The 2013 GSE Executive Club in Venice motivated the participating IT executives to make themselves "Ready for Tomorrow". In addition to important technology trends, such as mobile computing, cloud computing and the big data analytics revolution, relevant political and organizational topics, such as Europe's Digital Agenda were on the agenda. PARADIGMA's managing director, Rudolf Bauer presented the highlites of this political initiative.
In 2014 the nine TEN-T Core Network Corridors will go through a process of several corridor studies. These studies will compile existing knowledge and perform an analysis of the infrastructure, transport services rendered and stakeholders involved. Results of these studies will support a multi-lateral decision making process to identify investments necessary to meet the policy objectives.
As part of a team led by LeighFisher, PARADIGMA will contribute to a study requested by the European Commission, which will provide the basis of discussion for drawing up the work plan for the Baltic-Adriatic corridor. On the basis of this study, the European Coordinator will finalize the work plan together with the Member States concerned and in consultation with the Corridor Forum.
PARADIGMA's Rudolf Bauer addressed an audience of experts and business professionals gathered in Bergamo to exchange views on current industry trends and their implications for Italian business. Drawing on numerous engagements and his international transport consulting activities, his presentation focussed on the challenges faced by port authorities as well as some of the measures European ports have been implemented to address them.