PREDIT is a French programme encouraging research, experimentation and innovation in land transport. It was launched and implemented by the ministries in charge of research, transport, environment and industry, ADEME (Environment and Energy Agency) and ANVAR (Research valorisation agency - now known
Intelligent solutions make travel easier and more predictable for citizens whether they choose to commute in their own vehicle or by public transportation.
The aim of intelligent transport is to shift the focus of transport policy away from the construction and maintenance of the transport network
CDE was a research programme funded by the French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy (ministère de l’Écologie, du Développement durable et de l’Énergie – MEDDE) with the contribution of French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME). It was launched in 1999 to
The R&D of Finnish Maritime Administration focuses on research on waterborne transport operating environment, development of waterborne transport, development of services and service production of the administration and development of the administration as a whole. The R&D activities consist of
The Research and Innovation Directorate (DRI) of the French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transports and Housing is responsible for the ISIDORE Database. The aim of the DRI is to provide the insight necessary for the long term orientation of research and innovation on scientific and
The research programme involves multidisciplinary traffic safety research in the areas of road, rail, and maritime traffic, with a main focus on technical countermeasures and applications. In the programme, applied and customer-oriented research is conducted to contribute to overall traffic safety.
In 2005, the association ASTRID (Agency for technology support, industrial research and development) was replaced by the competitive cluster "Véhicule du Futur". What is a competitive cluster? -> France decided in 2004 to combine the key factors of competitiveness into its new industrial policy. The
This group aims at producing knowledge for public authorities, users, general public and industry on the transport issues in terms of people's safety and on how state policies can be effective in this field. It focuses its work particularly on socio-political and epidemiological dimensions. In
Statistically, the number of passengers and daily time spent travelling has remained stable for the last fifteen years. On the other hand, the distance travelled and the average speed have considerably increased. Local governments and transport authorities are confronted with two major issues