Galileo-based solutions for urban freight transport

Updated: Aug 13, 2016

Background: 

The GALENA project aims at developing a robust Freight Pooling application, i.e. the equipment as well as the information system and the supervision platform needed for the cross supply chain orchestration of a community of shippers involved in freight pooling, particularly in urban areas where many carriers are involved.

Objectives: 

The GALENA application will make use of the key features of EGNOS and GALILEO, coupled with security services in the handset, to enable the different carrier operators willing to join a Mutualized Transportation Community to timestamp, geo-locate, and formalize their trip as well as any events occurring during the shipping. By doing so, the GALENA application will enable to remotely and automatically track and manage - in a secure and non-falsifiable way – along the supply chain the status changes and the liability for goods shipping between the different stakeholders involved in urban freight pooling – thus solving the concerns on quality of service, liability for goods, and flows traceability. GALENA will also improve the logistical performance and reduce the negative impacts associated with the last-mile logistics: congestion, energy consumption and pollutant emissions.

Project details

Name of the Project: 
Galileo-based solutions for urban freight transport
Acronym: 
GALENA
Name of Proposal: 
Galileo-based solutions for urban freight transport
Contract Number: 
641515
Total Cost: 
1 267 240 €
EU Contributions: 
954 936 €
Project Call: 
H2020-GALILEO-2014-1
Start Date: 
01/01/2015
End Date: 
31/12/2016
Duration: 
24
Project Type: 
Innovation Action
Coordinator: 
Bernard Panefieu
HELILEO SA
1 Avenue de la gare
40102 Dax
France
Scientific Officer: 
Daniel Lopour
Partners: 

ES

  • Nebusens

FR

  • Cyberens
  • IIDRE automate
  • MGI/GYPTIS
  • TRV

GR

  • UoA

PL

  • IGIK