Freight data requirements study
This Freight Data Requirements Study will identify and articulate the data requirements of a broad range of stakeholders in the freight and supply chain sector. It will determine those requirements that can be satisfied from existing information sources, and those that would require new data, and new collection processes.
It will also seek to understand the circumstances under which companies would be open to sharing data.
Additionally, this Freight Data Study will examine how this pool of data might be stored, analysed, and disseminated, in order to support the sector’s decision making.
For additional information on the current issues around supply chain visibility, and the benefits that could follow in the footsteps of this study, read Where’s my box? The case for improved supply chain visibility. Now!
- Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities (DIRDC)
- Australian Road Research Board (ARRB)
- Deakin University
- University of New South Wales
- University of Queensland
Update – 8 April 2019
The Federal Government has released the Freight Data Requirements Study report. For an overview, and to download all components of the report, visit our article National Freight Data Hub to increase efficiency and productivity.