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GI2012 paetzug-logistics

GI2012 paetzug-logistics



12. Sächsisches GIS-Forum

12. Sächsisches GIS-Forum
Dresden: 18./19.05.2012



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    • Data Exchange and Use in the Logistics SectorGI2012 – Open Data Policies18.05.2012
    • SALT Solutions: Facts and Figures IT-Consulting and Software Development Lines of Business:  Trade  Logistics  Manufacturing Founded 06/2002 300 FTEs at 4 locations in Germany Düsseldorf Dresden Würzburg Revenue in Mill. € München 21,4 22,9 26,4 27,3 17,5 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011p18.05.2012 2
    • The Question.What can we talk about Open Data Policiesin the Logistics area?Logistics means:- Public transport (of humans)- Transportation of goods- Storage of goodsDealing with:- Capacity- Engergy, Ressouces- Schedule- Risks18.05.2012 3
    • Aspects for the Point of ViewAre there needs to keep the informationpresent at any time?Can someone harm an other person with thatinformation?Conflict the data with personal interests?Conflict the data with confidential enterpriseinterests?Is someone accountable for the quality ofdata?Is it necessary to keep the data at a certainquality level?Does we publish services or the data itself?If the public an open and unknown or closedand known group of individuals?Does the service work as a businessextension?18.05.2012 4
    • Why it’s not a good idea?Data are often property of privatecompanies.Logistic tasks are often contracts betweentwo parties. Contracts are confidential.The information is the business model.Information can support terror attacks.Information can support thefts.Data must be absolutely reliable.18.05.2012 5
    • Why it can be a good idea?Goods on track can be prioritized ondemand for transport.Prevention of ecologic damages in case oflosses.Third party scheduling.Green marketing.18.05.2012 6
    • ExamplesThe calculation of energy consumption and emissiondata of a worldwide transport chain can be done ratherquickly with the help of EcoTransIT World. www.ecotransit.orgLogBase onDemand offers tailor-made andimmediately available IT-solutions for the globallogistical network. With LogBase onDemand,adhoc projects can easily be designed as virtualorganizations, a suitable software support of the www.logbase.deaccordant product is generated and availableworldwide with the push of a button.18.05.2012 7
    • Time for your Questions. Martin Pätzug Network, Sales Tel: +49.351.80604.3316 E-Mail: martin.paetzug@salt-solutions.de18.05.2012 8