MIPRO 2020 konferencija – Opatija, 30.09.-02.10.2020. – dva rada koautora Saše Akentijevića

October 2, 2020 // Posted in Članci/konferencije/predavanja  

Na MIPRO 2020 konferenciji koja se održava od 30.09.-02.10.2020., bit će predstavljena dva rada koautora Saše Aksentijevića.

U prvom radu, “Optimization of cargo container loading on railway wagons”, autori prezentiraju rezultate istraživanja koji su rezultirali izradom Web aplikacije za optimizaciju krcanja kontejnera na teretne vagone koja je smještena na adresi www.prailway.host u okviru Interreg TalkNet projekta.

U drugom radu, “Port Community System feasibility analysis – Case study Split”, autori se bave analizom izvedivosti PCS sustava u luci Split, kao nastavkom aktivnosti na izgradnji nacionalnog PCS sustava, s početkom u luci Rijeka i s očekivanim dovršetkom do kraja 2021. godine.

Više o radovima:

Optimization of cargo container loading on railway wagons

S. Aksentijević*, E. Tijan**, M. Jović*** and N. Munitić****
* Aksentijević Forensics and Consulting, Ltd., Viškovo, Croatia sasa.aksentijevic@gmail.com
** University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies/Department of maritime logistics and management, Rijeka, Croatia etijan@pfri.hr
*** University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies/Department of maritime logistics and management, Rijeka, Croatia jovic@pfri.hr
**** Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, Zagreb, Croatia natasa.munitic@mmpi.hr

Abstract – The aim of this paper is to research the optimization of loading cargo containers on railway wagons during the formation of railway compositions, by matching technical limitations of the wagons, as required by the wagon engineering discipline (“wagon loading schema” – includes cargo position, weight, and axle load, among other parameters), limitations of the railway (maximum speed, railway class, axle load, cargo height etc.), as identified by the “State of the railway network” document issued by the Railway Infrastructure Manager HŽ Infrastruktura Ltd., and the commercial bill of lading. As a part of the research, a mobile Web application has been created and tested with the key pilot stakeholder, confirming the initial hypothesis that the optimization methodology can successfully be used in optimization of cargo container loading and placement on railway wagons, increasing efficiency and decreasing cost and harmful emissions.
Keywords – railway, wagons, intermodal transport, liberalization, ICT

Port Community System feasibility analysis – Case study Split

I. Torlak*, E. Tijan**, S. Aksentijević*** and A. Jugović**
* Jadroagent Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia torlak.ivan@gmail.com
** University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies/Department of maritime logistics and management, Rijeka, Croatia etijan@pfri.hr, ajugovic@pfri.hr
*** Aksentijević Forensics and Consulting, Ltd., Viškovo, Croatia sasa.aksentijevic@gmail.com

Abstract – In order to increase the competitiveness of Croatian seaports, seaport cluster stakeholders should strive to digitalize and optimize their business processes. A significant part of such digitalization and optimization is constituted by the implementation of a Port Community System. In this paper, the authors will define the theoretical framework of Port Community Systems, and will determine the basic economic indicators and benefits of investing in the implementation of the Port Community System. Potential costs of project development and the costs of maintaining the system within the forecasted period of use will be determined. The potential savings from the digitalization of business processes related to cargo processing will be determined, based on the Port of Split case study. Digitalization of Croatian seaports will create the potential for increasing seaport competitiveness and traffic volumes. Since self-financing of such projects is extremely demanding for individual seaports, Port Community System implementation should be achieved by synergistic efforts of the national and regional authorities, seaports and other involved stakeholders, and by using available EU funding.
Keywords – Port Community System; feasibility

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