Future Logistics Living Lab
Welcome to the Future Logistics Living Lab website! Australia’s first Living Lab provides a platform for industry and research to work together, investigate real-world problems and demonstrate innovative technology that will provide logistics solutions for the future.
Featuring an exhibition, event and work space of some 200 square metres located at NICTA’s Australian Technology Park offices in Sydney, Australia, the lab is driven by a group of logistics companies, research organisations, universities, and IT providers. They work together to exchange experience, discuss trends, innovate and research to jointly shape the future of logistics.
Today, the network of Australia’s first Living Lab has more than forty participants including NICTA, Fraunhofer, Advantech, AECOM Australia, the Australian Federation of International Forwarders, the Australian Institute of Export, the Australian Logistics Council, Casella Family Brands, Ceebron, Cargo Community Network, Commerce Plus, DB Schenker, European Network of Living Labs, ESRI Australia, FourPL, Freight and Trade Alliance, Gamma Solutions, Google, GS1 Australia, Hamburg Süd, Linfox, Memko, NSW Ports, NSW Trade & Investment, 1-Stop Connections, Ortec, Paperless Warehousing, Patrick, PTV Group, QUBE Logistics, Ramp, SAP, Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia, Shoppr Network, SICK, Sotaeria, Stockwell, the Transport And Logistics Centre, TBA, Trimble, WizeOwl, XAct Solutions, Victoria University, the University of New South Wales, the University of Sydney and the University of Western Sydney.
Australia's Future Logistics Living Lab has joined the European Network of Living Labs as an adherent member.
Container Control conceived in the Living lab is nominated for iAwards New Product Award and CeBIT Buisness Solutions Awards 2013 and wins the Product Innovation Category of The Australian Business Awards 2013!
Lab participant 1-Stop Connections has a new product as a result of the Living Lab process!
|The Living Lab is funded through the Fraunhofer Project Centre in Transport & Logistics at NICTA with support from NSW Department of Trade and Investment, Regional Infrastructure and Services.|