At the beginning of 2014, the Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit) started a broad stakeholder consultation process in order to set up a new strategy for research, technology and innovation in the field of aeronautics and air transportation. Around 200 actors of
IV2Splus was the successor of the recently completed programme IV2S (Intelligent Transport Systems and Services - 2002-06), which had three programme lines: A3 - Austrian Advanced Automotive Technology I2 - Intelligent Infrastructure ISB - Innovative Rail System
Growing needs in mobility and the simultaneous decrease of resources and their limited capacities require new solutions in policy in terms of research, innovation and technology. The previous programme 'IV2Splus' has already been successful in implementing projects. The BMVIT and the FFG continue
The AIT, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria's largest non-university research institute is a specialist in the key infrastructure issues of the future among the European research institutes. As an Ingenious Partner to industry and public institutions, AIT is already researching and developing
The research programme 'Future Mobility' is developing frameworks to build the mobility system of the future, a system to balance social, environmental and economic needs. The programme supports the development of systems that contribute significantly to ensuring mobility while minimising the
The research programme 'Future Mobility' is developing designs to setup the mobility system of the future, a system to balance social, environmental and economic needs. The programme helps to develop systems that contribute significantly to ensuring mobility while minimising the negative impacts of
As a result of increasing global integration and societal mobility, the international aeronautics industry is experiencing dynamic growth. It is one of the most sophisticated sectors with a strong influence on other industry and service sectors and air traffic is expected to double in Europe by 2020
Using waterways as one of the oldest forms of transport was not very popular in the recent past. However in recent years shifting goods from the road in favour of ships is estimated as a growing market with high potential.