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The topic of the AMAA 2014 will be “Smart Systems for Safe, Clean and Automated Vehicles”. Leading engineers and scholars from all around the world are cordially invited to participate in the dialogue and submit proposals for papers addressing ongoing research and novel developments in this field. A special attention will be given to topics covered in public funding programs like the European Green Vehicles Initiative PPP. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
The Annual Polis Conference is an opportunity for cities and regions to showcase transport achievements to a large audience. For the wider transport community, the conference allows to engage with representatives of city and regional authorities on innovative transport solutions. [read more]
Leading speakers from the fuel cell and hydrogen community including European Commissioners and high-level representatives from the EU Member States will meet on the occasion of the 2013 Stakeholder General Assembly of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. [read more]
The Clean Power for Transport Package released by the European Commission in January 2013 aims to boost the development of a single market for alternative fuels for transport in Europe. The conference will assess if the proposals will help achieve this goal and reduce GHG emissions from transport as well as support Europe’s economic growth and industrial competitiveness. Will the alternative fuels strategy meet the energy needs of all transport modes and is it consistent with the objectives of the EU 2020 strategy? Is a pan-European fuels strategy acheivable and how might infrastructure be best developed and why do standards and approaches continue to differ between countries? [read more]
We need to bring production back into Europe, we need to bring production know-how, we need to create facilities, we need to create added value, mainly. [read more]
After 2 and a half days of digital inspiration, creativity and connecting, ICT 2013 – Europe's biggest digital technology event has now finished. Almost 5000 people attended the event in Vilnius and voted for their favourite exhibition stand and ICT-inspired art performance or events. [read more]
Safer driving with cars that talk to each other Thanks to WiSafeCar, an international research project, our vehicles will soon be intelligent enough to communicate with each other. This new technology could make driving safer than it has ever been and may be available in Europe by 2014. [read more]
Source: EUREKA Success stories
Computing power is commonly measured in flops, currently the most powerful computers in Europe are at the petascale level (1015 flops). Five experts shared their views on the need for exascale computing capabilities for science and industry and expressed how important it is for Europe to be a leader in achieving this challenge. [read more]
The JRC has developed innovative software to assess the cyber-security of connected critical infrastructures (CIs), such as railway systems, energy networks or power plants. The AMICI software, which stands for Assessment platform for Multiple Interdependent Critical Infrastructures, provides a novel experimental approach as it takes into account both the virtual and the physical aspects of modern interconnected CIs. [read more]
I think we need to boost SMEs R&D, because SME's are the main economy driver for Europe. So, if we lead these SME's ahead, we help them go further, we will also help Europe and our economy. [read more]