The six other contractual Public-Private Partnerships:
- European Green Vehicles Initiative (EGVI), to develop a competitive and resource efficient transport system with significantly less CO2 emissions
- Photonics, one of the key enabling technologies for our future prosperity and an essential element of many sectors, from energy and health, to everyday products like DVD players and mobile phones
- Robotics, a key driver of industrial competitiveness and essential to address key societal challenges in areas such as demographic change, health and well-being, food production, transport and security
- High Performance Computing (HPC), which plays a pivotal role in stimulating Europe’s economic growth and advancing European science
- Advanced 5G networks for the Future Internet (5G), to stimulate the development of network internet infrastructure to ensure advanced ICT services for all sectors and users
- The Data Public-Private Partnership aims at strengthening the data value chain, in order to allow Europe to play a relevant role on Big Data in the global market. It will become operational in 2015.