EU-Gate and OneAPP for Authorities - Questions and Answers

  • Posted on: 12 October 2020
  • By: rhemeleers@51biz.lu

OneAPP for Authorities is part of the FEDeRATED EU-Gate e-CMR/eFTI access point living lab.  The living lab has the ambtion to create a common practical understanding how the EU 2020/1056 regulation for electronic transport information (eFTI) can be implemented in a ultra decentralized federated platform of networks. 

If you are interested to become an observer of the EU-Gate FEDeRATED living lab, please send an e-mail to rhemeleers@51biz.lu

The FEDeRATED consortium publishes the first version of its Master Plan

  • Posted on: 28 March 2020
  • By: rhemeleers@51biz.lu

The 5-year EU funded FEDeRATED consortium has publised the first version of its Master Plan.  51Biz is the only Luxembourg based company participating as a partner and beneficiary of the EU funded CEF consortium that has to goal to implement and test the EU Federated architecture that has is being defined by the Digital Transport and Logistics Forum (DTLF)

e-CMR follow-up project announced during UNCEFACT conference at London IMO Office

  • Posted on: 31 October 2019
  • By: rhemeleers@51biz.lu

During the UN/CEFACT forum, we launched the initiative to create an e-CMR follow-up project for which the scope will be finetuned during 2020Q1 in close collaboration with the DTFL SG EUTDM (EU Transport Data Model) team, FEDeRATED consortium (IATA OneRecord) and GS1.

The scope would include the extension of the e-CMR towards a global "One Dataset for road transport" and the definition of an API (Application Programming Interface).  The extension will also support new B2A extensions, including the data elements required for the implementation of the EU eFTI directive. 



Air-Cargo, Single Window, e-CMR and Data Pipeline : how can they fit together?

  • Posted on: 15 May 2018
  • By: rhemeleers@51biz.lu

The presentation "Rising service levels through innovation: “Promising” technological breakthroughs?" illustrates the opportunity to share data, 50-70% captured at source, with multiple cargo communities and single window environments.
A reference trade lane between Latin America and Europe explains how data can be shared between commercial, transport and government related "document outputs".

REDVUCE 2017 Uruguay Inter-American Single Window Conference : Single Window and Blockchain, how they can fit together

  • Posted on: 24 September 2017
  • By: rhemeleers@51biz.lu

Presentation given at the IX meeting of the Inter-American Network of Trade Single Windows explaining the potential role of blockchain technology to trust information that is shared along multi-modal air-cargo tradelanes including multiple single windows and digital cargo community systems