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CORISMA - RIS Enabled European IWT Corridor Management

The CoRISMa participating countries, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands see it as their mission to improve the use and interconnection of RIS systems with a strong focus on stakeholder needs (ports, logistics and transport companies, shippers and skippers). This project was coordinated by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment – Rijkswaterstaat -, funded by the European Commission under the Department for Transport and Mobility (DG MOVE) within the TEN-T Programme of the European Union.

CoRISMa has applied an integrative approach for its pilot concepts which it has developed for various transport planning and logistics challenges of a modern corridor management.
These were carefully drafted in accordance with the needs of the stakeholders for all affected areas, starting from lock management until traffic planning and facilitated access to vessel positioning data and a new revolutionary cross-border data model of the traffic network.

The advantages of a harmonized and internationally accessible information system for infrastructure, traffic and logistics on the European waterways is obvious for the project partners. Through the usability of the information services by private and public interest groups (Logistics partners, skippers, fleet operators, shipping companies and authorities).
This is a vital step towards a harmonized corridor management for the waterways of Europe.

The CoRISMa project partners want to be part of the future of RIS in Europe, actively and sustainably.
After the successful completion of the project on 11 December at the Cruise Terminal in Antwerp and two very intensive years, the international experts are already focusing on the next important development phases.
The new challenge will be the technical harmonization of the information systems but also possibilities of combining maritime and inland navigation technologies along with modernizing the European waterway network.

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Austria
Belgium
Germany
Luxumburg
Netherlands

Status:

Project finalized