Mikael Lind

Mikael Lind

Editor of UN/CEFACT Cross Industry Supply Chain Track and Trace Project, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

Author of the trans.info website - Mikael Lind - Dr Mikael Lind is Associate Professor and Senior Strategic Research Advisor at Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE). He has initiated and headed a substantial part of several open innovation initiatives related to ICT for sustainable transports of people and goods. He is also part time at the Chalmers University of technology (M2), Sweden, exploring the opportunity of maritime informatics as an applied research field. Lind serves as an expert for World Economic Forum, Europe’s Digital Transport Logistic Forum (DTLF), and UN/CEFACT. He has been the lead author of many concept notes associated to maritime and transport informatics brought up by international trade press and has become recognized thought leader in Maritime Informatics. Lind has also served as mini-track chair for Maritime Informatics at the major regional IS conferences in Europe and the Americas for several years.
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Digital ecosystem innovation in action – a federative approach to a sustainable and seamless multi-m
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Digital ecosystem innovation in action – a federative approach to a sustainable and seamless multi-modal transport chain

Improving a congested maritime supply chain with time slot management for port calls
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Improving a congested maritime supply chain with time slot management for port calls

Creating Value for the Transport Buyer with Digital Data Streams
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Creating Value for the Transport Buyer with Digital Data Streams

Digital technologies are enabling better collaboration in shipping! Make sure that you are not left
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Digital technologies are enabling better collaboration in shipping! Make sure that you are not left out!

Digital data sharing for greener transport in sustainable supply chains – the benefits of establishi
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Digital data sharing for greener transport in sustainable supply chains – the benefits of establishing a Federated network of platforms

Resolving the ship backlog puzzle in the Suez Canal: predicting ship transits in capacity-constraine
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Resolving the ship backlog puzzle in the Suez Canal: predicting ship transits in capacity-constrained areas

Don’t Miss Out on Joining the World’s Digital Collaboration
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Don’t Miss Out on Joining the World’s Digital Collaboration

Do maritime authorities have a role in digitalization of shipping?
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Do maritime authorities have a role in digitalization of shipping?

Digital twins for the maritime sector
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Digital twins for the maritime sector

The Suez Canal puzzle – pulling the pieces together
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The Suez Canal puzzle – pulling the pieces together