Issues and challenges
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- Taking revolutionary new tracking technology to market
- Container ships are the life blood of global trade, transporting raw materials and manufactured goods across the globe. But with fewer than 2% of containers x-rayed or physically checked at customs, they also present a security risk. Thanks to an EU-funded project, cutting-edge tracking technology designed to make cargo shipping significantly safer and more efficient could soon be commercially available.
- More power for natural gas cars
- The EU-funded INGAS project has improved the designs for engines and vehicles that run on natural gas making them more attractive to drive while benefiting the environment.
City Logistics Research, a Transatlantic Perspective
Published on: 28/01/2014
FP7 final call round-up
Published on: 23/01/2014
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The projects showcased in this folder give you an overview of some of the results from European transport research and the impact they could have on our future society and your future mobility.
The Transport Directorate of the European Commission's DG for Research and Innovation strives to support excellent European research projects in the field ...