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
The funding programme 'Technological lighthouses on e-mobility' seeks to contribute to the increase in efficiency of the transport system through the use and development of innovative technologies as well as to enforce interoperable e-mobility offerings and to reduce energy consumption in order to
The seven North Sea Region Programme countries are Sweden, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, the Flemish Region of Belgium, the UK and Norway. The region is connected by the North Sea, and the Programme area is made up of regions in the six Member States and Norway that border the North Sea. The
BONUS' vision is an economically and ecologically prosperous Baltic Sea region where resources and goods are used sustainably and where the long-term management of the region is based on sound knowledge derived from multi-disciplinary research. BONUS brings together the research communities of
The Energy & Transport Programme was established after a decision by the Nordic Prime Ministers in 2009, and is a unique initiative combining the sectors of transportation and energy.
The Energy & Transport Programme has funded projects that contribute to the strengthening of the Nordic region’s
In 1995 the Finnish, German and Russian Ministries of Transport started a co-operative development programme in the field of transport telematics together with Russian Ministry of Railway Transport and the City of St. Petersburg. This programme aimed to find smoother solutions for the international
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