The MIT Portugal Programme, an FCT initiative, is a strategic partnership between Portuguese Universities and Research Centers, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) and partners from industry and government.
Launched by the Portuguese Government in 2006, and renewed in 2013, its goal is
Swedish manufacturers of vehicles export the majority of their products and sell them on a global market which has significant future growth potential. The export markets for road vehicles are likely to expand considerably, for example in Asia. The public sector has invested billions in the railway
This programme follows a first coordinated programme targeted on transportation systems, that founded the knowledge and the organization of Italian Research teams at International levels, in particular in the fields of scenarios modelling, software tools for transport and traffic management and
This sub-programme follows a first coordinated activity targeted on car vehicles design, that founded the knowledge and the expertise of the Italian Research teams at International levels, in particular in the fields of hybrid transit vehicles.
Transport in the Czech Republic may be characterised in a similar way as in other countries of the European Union. Roads and motorways, as well as cities and urban agglomerations, are congested; road accident rates are rising; the environment is becoming increasingly more threatened. However, unlike
The projects supported by IDEIA are devoted to R&D activities undertaken by public and private entities integrated in the National Scientific and Technological System (SCTN). These entities usually form consortia to undertake the projects.