Supported projects in Smart Port



Blockchain. Artificial intelligence. Virtual reality. DLT - Distributed Ledger Technologies.
Drones. Autonomous vehicles. Automating. IoT - Internet of Things.



Partners: GS DATA DEVOPS SRL (Romania) & REXS.IO (Poland) provides blockchain-based data notarization technology ready for seamless integration into existing IT infrastructures, which speeds up blockchain adoption across various industries. In the ABAMS* (Acceleration of blockchain adoption in the Maritime sector) project, we offer an easy-to-implement, cheap and efficient solution that will improve the security of documentation flow and accelerate its digitization. We aim to build a complete prototype to prove that blockchain can be implemented seamlessly into any existing IT infrastructure and thus, show the potential of DLT to the Maritime sector. By addressing the main obstacles holding the Maritime organizations from blockchain implementation, we will significantly influence the speed of popularization of this technology and release the potential to address the Blue Growth objectives.

The prototype will be industry and technology-agnostic, which is proven by implementing the same technology stack into two sectors: maritime logistics and transport automation.

The prototyping will focus on the integration of with a custom CRM Spica built by with Romanian company GS Data currently used by over 20 naval transport companies in Constanta, Romania.


Partners: BGEO OPEN GIS, S.L. (Spain), SeaData Sp z-o.o. (Poland) &  Water Robotics SAS (France).

CORAL provides a comprehensive solution for small and medium ports that enables them to digitize their data management, become more environmentally friendly, and optimize vessel management.

The offered platform serves as a single information point for the whole port. It contains three features:

  • data hub - an online, interactive system for data storage and management, including satellite data, meteorological observations and various measurements
  • water and air pollution monitoring with aerial and water drones - to generate 3D data about pollution and ground/water based stations/buyos that will continuously monitor the environment.
  • dock/vessel management application - we digitalize the old methods of communication between ship - dock operators (emails, phone calls), provide better communication channels between port actors and create an online reservation system for dock management. A designated app will allow our clients to directly communicate with the vessels, while the IOT network will enable them to check whether the ship is present at the reserved dock.

In our platform data analysis, port management and planning of operations are easy and fast. We help ports move into the new direction, digitalize and optimize various processes, and become more "green".


Partners: Dioghenis International SRL (Romania) & Izurun Technology S.L. (Spain)

DTA4IP is a cloud platform focused on intralogistics assets. It is aimed at gaining efficiency in the end user processes where the intralogistics machinery (cranes, forklifts…) play a critical role, like the Port and Logistic industry.

DTA4IP will represent a huge step forward for IZURUN TECHNOLOGY in its product portfolio development for the intralogistics assets in PORT AND LOGISTIC sector, more concretely in material handling equipment maintenance, where the concept will be tested in relevant scenarios in real cases provided by a field maintenance expert of these equipment: DIOGHENIS INTERNATIONAL SRL.

The vertical areas of the project are as follows:

  1. Asset monitoring / IoT with sensors.
  2. Advanced condition-based maintenance management
  3. Research on data analytics and advanced methodologies for remaining useful life calculation.


Partners: Fleetever (France)

The company Ajama was founded in 2016 by Mathieu Roux (CEO) and Raphaël Roux (CTO), and is located in Nîmes, France.
We are freight forwarders specialised in international, maritime transport. "Fleetever", our digital platform is aimed to ease the management of international transport operations.
Today, we aim to commercialise this innovative and revolutionary platform which will simplify the import/export operation processes.
This, in turn, allows our clients to manage their supply chain better by reducing their costs, optimising delays and supplying valuable information.
The transport industry is one of the most polluting sectors. In light of this observation, our company is carrying out the Green Supply Chain project by Fleetever, which is in line with both Galatea challenges and Fleetever’s vision.
Our project aims to reduce the carbon footprint by optimising supply chain management using tools such as artificial intelligence and the digital twin.


Partners: IMCW Europe SL. (Spain) & SAMMY PC (Greece)

The project NAUSEA 4.0 is an innovative and disruptive approach for the blue economy and specifically for the tourist ports and marinas market. The proposed prototype is based on the exploitation of deep learning algorithms and video analytics in order to improve the daily operations and management of ports and marine infrastructures, by helping them to digitalize the critical port activities and also to provide integrated services to their clients. More specifically, NAUSEA 4.0 project will combine real time videos that will be captured from several spots in marinas or tourist ports with new algorithms and data analytics for monitoring in real time the occupancy of the berth spaces, analyze the maritime traffic inside the harbors and finally to provide guidance and added-value digital services to the yachting community.



PORTNET is a blockchain-powered waste management solution for greener, more efficient ports & harbours. It is a unique contribution to circularity and a commitment to Green Ports due to the technological power of blockchain: we digitize with a hybrid webapp / app and QR codes various points in the waste reception processes, writing the data of forms and traces in a ledger (blockchain). PORTNET improves coordination of the following agents from the logistics-port community: Port Authority, Port Police, MARPOL service concessionaire (waste reception companies) shipowners and nautical station.