After the joint submission of the wemove2zero KIC on Urban Mobility, the eseia Focus Group Smart Mobility seeks Expressions of Interest for new H2020 Project opportunities.
As part of the new Focus Group on Smart Urban Mobility, eseia organised a meeting to discuss upcoming EU proposals 4th December in Graz including the following proposals:
- The MSCA-RISE proposal SUMSIE organises research staff exchanges between research and businesses from all over Europe, China, Turkey, Middle East, Africa, and Brazil. The main objective is to set up collaborations and promote knowledge transfer on urban mobility, demanding issues, or the role of Bid Data management systems on the incorporation of all types of mobility to the digital age.
- LC-GV-05-2019 is an innovation action under the topic “Urban Mobility and sustainable electrification in large urban areas in developing and emerging economies”. Among its features, the proposal should bring together research partners, government agencies and organisations from Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa to reduce air pollution and CO2 emissions through urban electrification as cities continue to be responsible for up to 80% of global GHG –particularly, developing and emerging economies. All types of vehicle are considered on the topic.
- The research and innovation action LC-MG-1-10-2019 on “logistic solutions that deal with requirements of the on-demand economy and for shared-connected and low-emission logistics operations” strives to achieve a clear understanding of cost-effective strategies, measures, and tools to ensure new zero-emissions logistic models in metropolitan and peripheral urban areas by 2030. To do so, plans for the integration of low-emissions and connected vehicles such as drones should be created and value cases of integrated systems developed.
- ‘Mobility of the Future’ is the Austrian funding program for research and technology development and innovation in mobility. The focus lies on sustainable development and securing mobility while minimizing the negative impact of traffic. The main tracks for the Call are Strategy, Behavior, Control Systems and Logistics of Urban Mobility.
If you are interested in participating in any of the above opportunities, please let us know.
Miguel Rey Mazón, eseia Project Manager, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mobility of the Future