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ReMuNet Annual Consortium Meeting Recap!

06 June 2024 (12:00 AM) - 07 June 2024 (11:59 PM)

Welcome to our detailed recap of the ReMuNet Annual Consortium Meeting held on June 6th and 7th in the beautiful city of Helsinki. Hosted by the Hanken School of Economics, the event was a perfect blend of productive sessions, insightful presentations, and engaging activities.

Day 1 Highlights

The first day was marked by significant project updates and interactive workshops. FIR an der RWTH Aachen, UIRR, and Hanken shared updates from WP1, discussing their work on developing a European multimodal transport ontology and classifying disruptive events. This session provided key insights into enhancing transport resilience.

PTV Group presented on the reference model and simulation framework under WP2, leading a dynamic workshop on the duration, impact, and recovery cycle of disruptions. This workshop sparked lively discussions and generated innovative ideas to improve our understanding of transport disruptions.

FHA provided a status update on WP4, exploring reinforcement learning with practical example scenarios. Their presentation showcased cutting-edge advancements in transport technology and demonstrated the potential for future applications.

Day 2 Highlights

The second day focused on communication strategies and piloting new transport methods. White Research delivered comprehensive updates on our communication and dissemination strategies. They led a session on innovation management and exploitation planning, outlining future steps for maximizing our project’s impact.

Vediafi Oy introduced WP5, discussing the piloting of event-based multimodal relay transport in the North Sea – Baltic and Rhine – Danube corridors. This presentation highlighted the potential for transformative changes in European transport.

FIR conducted a WP3 workshop focused on developing a common understanding of the current ecosystem. This collaborative session allowed partners to ideate on the future ReMuNet platform, contributing by assigning relevant actors to the corridors in the actual ecosystem.

A heartfelt thank you to all partners for their invaluable contributions, and a special mention to Hanken for organizing such a successful and enjoyable event! Together, we are making significant strides in enhancing the resilience and efficiency of European transport networks.

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6 June
7 June
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Hanken University
Helsiniki, Finland + Google Map
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