D1.1 – URBANE framework for optimised green last mile operations

This deliverable describes the principles and prerequisites of a Physical Internet inspired urban logistics operational model and establishes the strategic priorities and direction of the URBANE project.

The document defines how the Physical Internet (PI) operates, how this approach to conducting logistics operations can be applied to urban and last mile logistics operations, the challenges faced when attempting to implement the Physical Internet given existing commercial and regulatory constraints, and how cities can overcome these challenges to improve the environmental, social, and commercial aspects of last mile delivery operations. The document also identifies innovative approaches to the physical operation of last mile delivery services, documents successful collaborative models for these services and provides guidance for the other work packages in the project.

EC Approval Pending

D6.1 – Stakeholder Engagement, Dissemination and Communication Plan

This deliverable lays down a strategy to steer, harmonise and set out URBANE’s stakeholder engagement, communication, dissemination and exploitation (SE/C/D/E) activities throughout the project’s lifetime.

The key objectives of this plan are to identify communication, dissemination and exploitation goals, key messages and target groups; define the stakeholder engagement and network opportunities and activities; lay out the project’s identity, channels and tools; identify events, journals, academic papers and further opportunities; establish the planning, monitoring and evaluation mechanisms. This plan is not set in stone: it is a living document that should be adapted throughout the project’s progress and development according to needs.

EC Approval Pending