Item description for Innovation in European Freight Transportation: Basics, Methodology and Case Studies for the European Markets (RWTHedition) by Eva Savelsberg...
Serious problems and risks can be observed in European freight transportation development. However, the transport and logistics sector shows a lack of tradition in utilising systematic innovation management to overcome these problems. Hence, this volume puts forward a specific and comprehensive Systemic Migration-Oriented Innovation Management Method. Within the scope of this research, seven case studies of European freight transport innovations have been conducted using this method. They offer a broad, comprehensive and up-to-date view concerning different carriers, degrees of automation, and corridors across Europe. These case studies demonstrate how implementations of innovations may be performed successfully.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.37" Width: 6.22" Height: 0.71" Weight: 1.28 lbs.
Release Date Jul 7, 2008
ISBN 3540773010 ISBN13 9783540773016
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More About Eva Savelsberg
For several years, Eva Savelsberg was head of a research group on large-scale logistics projects at the RWTH Aachen University in Germany. During this time, she also received her PhD in Mechanical Engineering (2002) and was subsequently awarded the title of "Privatdozent" at the same university in 2007.
Since 2006 she has been working for the Logistics Systems Division of INFORM GmbH in Aachen. Here she is presently involved in research and development on complex automated systems, specifically the automation of large container terminals.