Siscog

Delivering software solutions
to solve the productivity challenge in transport

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  • How can schedulers and dispatchers feel supported during the optimisation process and control the output of their work?

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  • We work with Artificial Intelligence and Operations Research, combine experience, R&D, and mobility trends, and... help clients save money.

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  • Article 02-07-2019

    CREWS helps the Dutch Railways cope with extreme weather

    SISCOG's CREWS-based system, an advanced tool that includes Operations Research, helps to reschedule the Dutch Railways' (NS) crew and cope with extreme weather conditions. In an article from Impact Magazine, Pieter-Jan Fioole, Senior Research Leader, and Dennis Huisman, Expertise Manager Logisti…
    CREWS helps the Dutch Railways cope with extreme weather
  • EVENT 20-05-2019

    IO2019 sponsored by SISCOG

    SISCOG is the main sponsor of IO2019, the annual congress organised by the Portuguese Association of Operations Research. At Politécnico de Tomar, on July 22-24, students and academia join together to discuss and share Operations Research work and experiences.  SISCOG also sponsors the EstudIO Aw…
    IO2019 sponsored by SISCOG
  • News 30-04-2019
    The specific purpose of Artificial Intelligence

    The specific purpose of Artificial Intelligence

    Ricardo Saldanha, SISCOG’s Head of Innovation, was invited by IT Insight to speak about AI and share how the adoption of this technology by organizations has been increasing and evolving from AI to applied AI.
  • NEWS 11-07-2019
    OR (and SISCOG) meets Machine Learning at IO2019 Congress

    OR (and SISCOG) meets Machine Learning at IO2019 Congress

    The scientific program of the annual Portuguese Congress of Operations Research - IO2019 - will include 4 SISCOG presentations. Under the theme “OR meets Machine Learning”, the event takes place at Politécnico de Tomar, on July 22-24 2019, and promotes the reunion between students and academia to d…