Sharing Logistics VIL - Flanders Innovation Cluster for Logistics
The standstill of assets in the logistic sector is very costly. The amount of assets and services that are not 100 % utilized during the entire day is endless. With the project ‘Sharing Logistics’, VIL is striving towards a more efficient occupancy rate of these logistic assets through building a web platform and by matching the supply to the demand.
With ‘Sharing Logistics’, VIL will apply the principal of the ...
Self-service In Logistics VIL - Flanders Innovation Cluster for Logistics
Self-service in Logistics
Receiving people and goods is a largely manual and time-consuming process for companies. With the project Self-service in logistics VIL aims to automate this process in order to make it run more efficiently. A streamlined process from A to Z is the key to success in logistics. Receiving goods and people at companies often leads to delays, errors due to miscommunication, damage, accidents,… and it ultimately ...
AR-VR Training for Logistics VIL - Flanders Innovation Cluster for Logistics
AR-VR Training for Logistics
AR (Augmented Reality) & VR (Virtual Reality) are disruptive technologies that are transforming the way we communicate and cooperate with each other. VIL is starting a project that analyzes the possibilities of these technologies for logistic trainings.
status: Closed | theme: Digitalization | type: Regional
Augmented Reality puts information on top of reality, ...
Flemish research project Urban Logistics and Mobility Ghent University
The purpose and the novelty of this research is that for the first time in Flanders all universities and two competence centers working around logistics and mobility, research will undertake that goes beyond (short), ad hoc missions or pilot case studies, or policy research. This will contribute to the general knowledge of urban logistics in Flanders and will cause all the inquiries already carried out in Flanders and beyond will be ...
Flemish Research Project Urban Logistics and Mobility Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Innovative Logistics in waste management for a Sustainable Environment (ILSE). University of Antwerp
Data-driven logistics. KU Leuven
Logistics is of significant importance in Flanders. This diverse sector involves different types of activities such as warehousing, transport, terminal operations and loading. Each of these activities involves various complex operational decisions which are often interrelated and subject to rapidly changing market conditions and environments. Therefore, good decision support software is essential for companies to remain ...
Occupational welfare dynamics and labour market segmentation. A comparative company-level case study analysis in logistics and manufacturing in Belgium. KU Leuven
This thesis focuses on occupational welfare that has been related to growing welfare dualism (Natali and Pavolini 2014; Seeleib-Kaiser et al. 2012). Occupational welfare is defined as the sum of all benefits and services distributed by employers to employees as part of their employment (Titmuss 1958) and can include ‘social’ benefits such as pensions, childcare, sickness, and unemployment benefits, as well as ‘fringe’ benefits like company ...