DELFT; June 21, 2021 - Systems Navigator partners with 21 parties in the Horizon 2020 research program NOVIMOVE. Systems Navigator will develop the simulation & serious gaming models that will be used to validate innovative technical & logistical concepts to strengthen Rhine navigation.
“Systems Navigator’s modeling capability for waterways is a key element to the simulation model that is used within NOVIMOVE to test the impact of new innovations for inland shipping. This way, all the innovations can be designed and tested before implementation and their merits can be assessed beforehand in terms of reduced cost & emission, improved reliability and asset utilization.”– states Rienk Bijlsma, Systems Navigator’s founder & CEO.
The NOVIMOVE consortium is a well-balanced mix of logistics stakeholders, system developers and research organizations involving 21 partners from four EU member states and two associated countries; Mercurius Shipping Group, Port of Switzerland, TU Delft, Elkem, TNO, Systems Navigator, Port of Antwerp, DST, Covadem, Port of Rotterdam, ScandiNAOS AB, Marlo, Van Moer Logistics, Duisburger Hafen AG, Marin, Universiteit Antwerpen, Panteia, Hermess, Imec, Seafar and EICB.
More information about NOVIMOVE can be found at: https://www.novimove.eu/
About Systems Navigator
Systems Navigator is a global leader in advanced and predictive decision support technology. Since 2003, our employees are working around the globe for a wide range of customers on the most challenging projects. We assist our customers in making better decisions on where to spend their capital by demonstrating the impact of change through simulation modeling. Our Dropboard platform for planning & scheduling helps companies optimize their operations, improve customer service and maximize the use of their assets.