The Technology Agency of the Czech Republic is an organisational unit of the state that was founded in 2009 by the Act No. 130/2002 Coll. to support research, experimental development and innovation. The creation of TA CR is one of the cornerstones of the fundamental reforms in research and
Within the framework of the RTD programme of the Czech Government, the Government Council for Research and Development defined three programmes for the transport sector in 1998 which originally should terminate in 2001 but were partially extended to 2002/03. The most urgent needs of the transport
The Electric Vehicle Demonstration Programme focusses on the driver's needs since their preferences and requests on technical requirements will determine the market. Through this method one can identify opportunities and eliminate possible barriers for large-scale introduction of electric vehicles
Basic transport research has not developed a comprehensive approach to a variety of factors, which, in practice, influence the behaviour of transportation systems. With regard to basic research, the knowledge base of both general and common models in the field of transportation, telecommunications
All information in Transguide deals with transport including the field of Telematics. Information is divided over the following databases:
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The Swedish Energy Agency supports research and development of new knowledge associated with the supply, conversion, distribution and use of energy. Grants are also given for pilot and demonstration installations for testing new technology. In addition, the Agency is involved in international
The Swedish National Rail Administration has overall responsibility for the entire railway system. This means that it follow and promote development throughout the entire railway sector. The Swedish National Rail Administration's activities are steered by the Parliamentary transport policy goals.The
Banverket's strategy starts out from the vision that the basic industry still is the foundation of the prosperity of a country. Commuting to the cities should be largely by train. Climate change puts new demands on planning, construction and maintenance of the railway and the vehicles. To be able to
The programme involves the long-term creation of a bank of knowledge concerning maritime safety, and a more practical application of existing and newly discovered knowledge and experience. The programme is aimed at universities, university colleges, research institutes companies and public