International nursing students present their theses to Maritime personnel in cross-disciplinary collaboration.
The SataMieLo project has guided employees to better understand the connections between resilience and mental well-being.
In the MeriLoki – project, simulation and 3D modelling in port environments played a major role. One of the results of the project is the evaluation of the implementation of 3D modelling and simulation in the overall maritime logistics.
Out of 228 applicants, the Efficient Flow project, co-implemented by SAMK’s Maritime Logistics Research Center, has been selected as one of the 30 finalists for the RegioStars Awards. Efficient Flow is a nominee in the “A connected Europe” category.
The SocialBlend project has been ongoing since early 2022, but the fruits of the hard work and gained knowledge are soon to be revealed.
The Sustainable Flow (Sustainable flow of goods and decreased CO2 emissions of transportation) project reduces CO2 emissions in and around ports, focusing on activities in the Interreg Central Baltic region.
When talking about intelligent maritime logistics a broader perspective is needed. Functionality of maritime logistics does not start at the port: the process goes all the way back to the very roots of the supply chain.
As part of the RELAR project, the Multiplier event will take place at the SAMK campus in Rauma from 28 to 29 March. The event will present the possibilities of augmented reality and other results of the project.
We research: security of supply and green transition are high on the agenda of the Marine Logistics Research Center
Ambitious green shift targets for maritime logistics pose questions and challenges for actors in the maritime cluster.
As part of the alliance activities, a series of online lectures and presentations on sustainable development, called Brown Bag, will be held in early 2023.