Digitalisation and Circularity for Maritime as-built information (DiCiMa) by  GoClever and LNEC aims to develop a Solution-as-a-Service, to optimize the data creation,  data interoperability and data reuse based on a circular structure. The Solution is particularly focused on the domains  of waste and bulk cargo data management at maritime ports, where there is a shared large economic and  environmental impact. This project takes into account the complexity and time-consuming task that is, measuring and interpreting the  physical environment in maritime ports. Moreover, the on-site measuring is usually performed by a human operator,  and the data transferability is subjected to manual procedures and errors. In this way, the analysis may suffer from a  lack of precision and veracity.


Augmenting quality and interoperability of data is a challenge of technological disruption and digital innovation. It requires the educational communication of evidence correlating actions to environmental impacts. Nevertheless, very few technological interventions in the metrology arena make it into routine use. DiCiMa commits to provide an evidence-based communication to overcome the current lack of certainties found in previous study; and to complement the marketing strategy that represents and complements our product commercialization. For the project to be successful, the communication and dissemination of its efforts, experience and results are crucial and will influence the short term and long-term impact of the project.

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Gender equality

The consortium promotes a gender-balanced participation in the activities to be carried out. Women and men face different barriers that should be acknowledged by the different business agents. Therefore, promoting a gender-balanced participation in the activities to be carried may increase the project’s contribution to promoting social innovation, challenging assumptions and preconceptions about women, men, femininities, and masculinities. It is intended that this legacy of the project is extended over and above its execution timeframe, thus contributing to a sustainable and inclusive growth. In fact, the project intends to create a job (female) during its implementation phase, as well as another one (also female) after its conclusion.

Roma inclusion and empowerment

DiCima’s approach shows real concerns related to the integration and inclusion of all social groups (including Roma), in line with EU’s framework for National Roma Integration Strategies, which foresees more inclusive institutions and policies, empowerment and “Fighting Prejudice” initiatives.

The project entails the creation of jobs, during the implementation of the project and after its conclusion, being one of the main goals of the consortium, in such matter, to have a broad and comprehensive approach, not excluding in any shape or form, any social group in the recruitment process.