T3.03 IT Port of Livorno

Overview/ summary

Port Authority Network of the North Tyrrhenian Sea (AdSP MTS) is the public body, established with Law no.169/2016, that manages and coordinates the seaports of Livorno (Core network), Piombino and Portoferraio (Comprehensive network), along with minor ports located in the Tuscan Archipelago.

It has therefore direct competence on those seaports, including access routes and rail connections to the national and European networks, along with sustaining and developing port operations in accordance with Italian and EU policies. AdSP MTS has set up an Innovation Agenda, in the time horizon 2021-2026, for investing in innovative and cutting-edge technologies applied to the port and logistic domain.

AdSP MTS is in charge of planning and developing sustainably port activities and therefore has direct competences not only in medium and large infrastructural development projects, including energy production, but also in ensuring that private operators abide by port and national rules in their activities.

Hence, it has developed a long-standing experience in managing port community, implementing interventions in worth of over 25 million euros. In last years, the focus has been much more oriented to renewable energies and green energy, with a strong attention to wind, solar, as well as to hydrogen as a carrier.

The Port Authority Network of the North Tyrrhenian Sea does not perform economic activities on the market.


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For further details please contact. f.debari@portialtrotirreno.it i.toni@portialtotirreno.it

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The core message

Port Authority Network of the Northern Tyrrhenian Sea will develop its own C-ITS system conceived within the Ursa Major Neo project with a “day 2” advancement for the connection of the port with the hinterland, also through the integration of different operator platforms within a “federated” approach.

The aim is to go towards various enablers, not only port but also logistics operators (logistics platforms, road drivers, vehicle network managers), ICT providers and standardization bodies to which to add public entities such as port authorities.

The main purpose is to facilitate the management of the traffic that gravitates around the port, both in the entry and exit mode, with the aim of removing bottlenecks, obtaining safety information and a platform for smart truck parking (both for the management of parking stalls and for booking options)