The INNPACTO Programme is public-private funding cooperation between research organizations and companies for the realization of Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) projects oriented to demand-based products. The aim of these projects is to create innovative companies, to channel their
The Feder-Innterconecta Program is an initiative co-founded by the Technological Fund (supported by the European Regional Development Fund ERDF) and the Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Science and Employment. The programme is managed by CDTI (Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial -
ELMO stands for electromobility in Estonia. The ELMO programme promotes emission free personal transportation and electric cars in order to achieve better city environment, energy efficiency and fuel independence.
The Government of the Republic of Estonia concluded a contract with Mitsubishi
Estonia's transport sector consists of railway, road, maritime, waterways and air transport, as well as pipeline transport and urban electric transport. The communications system consists of postal services and telecommunications.The share of transport and communications sector in GDP accounts for
The Programme of Promotion of the technological research (PROFIT) it is an instrument by means of which the Ministry of Science and Technology, through public help, seek to mobilise to the companies and other entities to carry out research and technical development activities. PROFIT is integrated
The aeronautics sector has a strong strategic character, as much in its civil scope as in military, given its consideration as a sector of high technology and its industrial importance.In Spain production and maintenance activities in the sector registered in 1988 a volume of business of 300,000
The programme for the promotion of Technical Research is an instrument by means of which the Government articulates a group of calls for tenders to be funded with public funds. It is addressed at stimulating companies and other entities to carry out technological research and development activities
The strategic Plan for the transport of goods by road (PETRA) constitutes a frame reference in which organized the joint performances of all the sector for a period of five years with its final aim to reach its modernisation and, with it, a competitive positioning.
In spite of the rapid increase of the motor vehicle fleet, the Estonian road safety level remains as one of the worst in Europe. Comparison of two basic safety indicators with neighbouring countries shows the huge difference: Fatality risk per 100 000 population during the years 1998 -2002 was 16.8