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Digital Transformation in Maritime and City Logistics: Smart Solutions for Logistics, vol 28

Edited by Carlos Jahn, Wolfgang Kersten and Christian Ringle

in Proceedings of the Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (HICL) from Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, currently edited by Wolfgang Kersten; Thorsten Blecker

Abstract: This volume contains research contributions by an international group of authors addressing innovative and technology-based approaches for logistics and sustainability. They present simulation studies, systems and models for optimizations and digitalized solutions with a focus on maritime as well port and city logistics. This volume, edited by Carlos Jahn, Wolfgang Kersten, and Christian Ringle, provides valuable insights into digital transformation in logistics with regard to: Maritime and Port Logistics, City Logistics, Sustainability and Business Analytics.

Keywords: Logistics; Industry 4.0; Supply Chain Management; City Logistics; Sustainability; Maritime Logistics; Digitalization (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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Automatic identification system (AIS) data based ship-supply forecasting , pp 3-24 Downloads
Sandra Lechtenberg, Diego de Siqueira Braga and Bernd Hellingrath
Integrated domain model for operative offshore installation planning , pp 25-54 Downloads
Daniel Rippel, Nicolas Jathe, Michael Lütjen, Helena Szczerbicka and Michael Freitag
Optimization of maintenance operations for offshore wind farms , pp 55-82 Downloads
Jasper Steendijk and Wouter Beelaerts van Blokland
Modelling of spare parts storage strategies for offshore wind , pp 83-108 Downloads
Moritz Jäger-Roschko, Jürgen Weigell and Carlos Jahn
Simulation-based optimization at container terminals: A literature review , pp 112-135 Downloads
Marvin Kastner, Hannah Pache and Carlos Jahn
Potential of non-port slot booking systems for TAS , pp 138-162 Downloads
Ann-Kathrin Lange, Stephan Krüger, Anne Kathrina Schwientek and Carlos Jahn
Cyber-attack impact estimation for a port , pp 164-183 Downloads
Sandra König, Stefan Rass and Stefan Schauer
Modeling autonomously controlled automobile terminal processes , pp 186-214 Downloads
Michael Görges and Michael Freitag
Efficiency analysis of Mexican Lazaro Cardenas port , pp 215-238 Downloads
América I. Zamora-Torres and Cinthya Cobian
Digitalized and autonomous transport - challenges and chances , pp 241-269 Downloads
Sascha Stradner and Uwe Brunner
Optimization and simulation for sustainable supply chain design , pp 271-298 Downloads
Lucas Schreiber
Sustainable city logistics: rebound effects from self-driving vehicles , pp 299-337 Downloads
Jasmin Möller, Kateryna Daschkovska and Ronald Bogaschewsky
Business analytics on AIS data: Potentials, limitations and perspectives , pp 342-368 Downloads
Tina Scheidweiler and Carlos Jahn
Current state and trends in tramp ship routing and scheduling , pp 369-394 Downloads
Hannah Pache, Marvin Kastner and Carlos Jahn
Fleet based schedule optimisation for product tanker considering shipʼs stability , pp 395-426 Downloads
Anisa Rizvanolli, Alexander Haupt, Peter Marvin Müller and Jorin Dornemann

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