Logistics Road map for Smart SeaPorts

Khaled Gaber EL Sakty

Abstract


In the digital world, a smart concept became an essential feature for port organizations to serve as intelligent hubs in the world transport networks.  Smart ports are the trend for the future long-term strategies. Henceforth, ports aims at contributing to sustainable growth by establishing the appropriate conditions for the adoption of new management energy models based on low environmental impact and triggering innovation of both technologies and processes. The scope of this paper is to examine three main issues of smart ports; smart port arctic logistics roadmap, smart port challenges and obstacles in arctic port areas, and the criteria and Key Performance Indicators guiding the assessment of ports against this concept. The main purpose is to develop a smart arctic logistics road map for the future.


Keywords


Arctic logistics; smart port; logistics road map; smart intelligence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21622/resd.2016.02.2.091

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