The overall objective is achieving a European transport system that is resilient, resource-efficient, climate-and environmentally-friendly, safe and seamless for the benefit of all citizens, the economy and society.
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The aim of the European Commission is to increase the competitiveness of the different European transport industries and achieve a European transport system that is resource-efficient, climate-and environmentally-friendly, safe and seamless for the benefit of all citizens, the economy and society. This is translated into these 4 objectives:
1) To make sure the industry shows more respect for the environment by making vehicles, aircrafts, vessels, etc. more ecologic and resource-efficient
2) To create better mobility, less congestion, more safety and security with a substantial reduction of traffic congestion
3) To ensure that the European transport industry becomes a global leader
4) To stimulate the socio-economic and behavioral research and forward looking activities for policy making. This way they want to make sure the societal challenges brought upon by the increase of transport are better addressed.
The work program is based on these four objectives and consists of these categories for Calls for proposals:
- Mobility for growth
- Green vehicles
- Small business and Fast Track innovation for transport
- Other actions to complement the first three categories
The short survey that NCP Flanders is conducting to collect feedback on its services and suggestions on how they can be further improved is open for five more days. The NCP Flanders team greatly appreciates it if you could take a few minutes of your time (if you haven’t done so yet) to provide your answers and suggestions via this link.... read more
NCP Flanders is conducting a short survey to collect feedback on its services and suggestions on how they can be further improved. The NCP Flanders team greatly appreciates it if you could take a few minutes of your time (if you haven’t done so yet) to provide your answers and suggestions via this link. The survey will be open for answers f... read more
NCP Flanders is conducting a short survey to collect feedback on its services and suggestions on how they can be further improved. The survey is structured along three main chapters: NCP assistance, info sessions, and NCP website & LinkedIn. If the responding person indicates not to know one of these aspects, the survey will automatically cont... read more
What: It is a non-monetary recognition for EU-funded projects. The winning project, as well as the two other finalists will receive communication support and visibility on the European Commission’s channels, including social media publicity and an article in the Horizon Magazine. For whom: Eligible projects must have obtained funding (o... read more
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EURHISFIRM designs a world-class research infrastructure (RI) to connect, collect, collate, align, and share detailed, reliable, and standardized long-term financial, governance, and geographical data on European companies. EURHISFIRM enables researchers, policymakers, and other stakeholders to develop and evaluate effective strategies to promote investment, economic growth and job creation. The RI provides the tools for long-term analysis highlighting the dynamics of the past and the way those dynamics structure our present and future.
The EURHISFIRM European project received € 3.4 million in financing from the European Commission through the H2020-INFRADEV-2017-1 research infrastructures call. The project started with a consortium of eleven research organisations (including University of Antwerp) from seven European countries.