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iMobility Challenge

Project reference: 317542
Funded under

iMobility Challenge and Awareness Raising - iMobility Challenge

From 2012-10-01 to 2014-12-31, closed project

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 1 575 005

EU contribution:

EUR 1 550 525

Coordinated in:

France

Call for proposal:

FP7-ICT-2011-8See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

CSA - Coordination and support action

Demonstrating, promoting and boosting the deployment of ICT systems for efficient and sustainable mobility

iMobility Challenge is a 27 months project aimed at demonstrating, promoting and boosting the deployment of ICT systems for efficient and sustainable mobility. The project will highlight both off-the-shelf products (i.e. technologies that have just been launched on the market) and emerging technologies addressed by current research. In particular focus will be placed on current EU Research conducted in the field of cooperative systems for energy efficient and sustainable mobility. Intelligent mobility is notably characterised by efforts to better integrate and connect intelligent drivers, intelligent cars and intelligent infrastructures together, and this can be achieved through cooperative systems.
The benefits of ICT systems for efficient and sustainable mobility should be better disseminated to end-users, decision-makers, the research community and the industry. The added value of iMobility Challenge will be to raise awareness of such benefits among those distinct target groups.

Objective

iMobility Challenge is a 24 months project aimed at demonstrating, promoting and boosting the deployment of ICT systems for efficient and sustainable mobility. The project will highlight both off-the-shelf products (i.e. technologies that have just been launched on the market) and emerging technologies addressed by current research. In particular focus will be placed on current EU Research conducted in the field of cooperative systems for energy efficient and sustainable mobility. Intelligent mobility is notably characterised by efforts to better integrate and connect intelligent drivers, intelligent cars and intelligent infrastructures together, and this can be achieved through cooperative systems.<br/>The benefits of ICT systems for efficient and sustainable mobility should be better disseminated to end-users, decision-makers, the research community and the industry. The added value of iMobility Challenge will be to raise awareness of such benefits among those distinct target groups.

Related information

Coordinator contact

Gabriel SIMCIC, (Project Manager)
Tel.: +3222820817
Fax: +3222800744
E-mail
Gabriel SIMCIC, (Project Manager)
Tel.: +3222820817
Fax: +3222800744
E-mail

Coordinator

FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE L'AUTOMOBILE
France

EU contribution: EUR 1 067 113


Rue de la Science 41
1040 Bruxelles
France
Administrative contact: Gabriel Simcic
Tel.: +3222820817
Fax: +3222800744
E-mail

Participants

ASSOCIATION EUROPEENNE DES FOURNISSEURS AUTOMOBILES CLEPA AISBL
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 166 920


Blvd Brand Whitlock 87
BE-1200 Brussels
Belgium
Administrative contact: Erik Vandervreken
Tel.: +3227439125
Fax: +3227320055
E-mail
EUROPEAN ROAD TRANSPORT TELEMATICS IMPLEMENTATION COORDINATION ORGANISATION - INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS & SERVICES EUROPE
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 93 892


AVENUE LOUISE 326
1050 BRUXELLES
Belgium
Administrative contact: Lina Konstantinopoulou
Tel.: +3224000749
E-mail
ASSOCIATION DES CONSTRUCTEURS EUROPEENS D'AUTOMOBILES GIE EUROPEAN AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATIONS
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 31 565


AVENUE DES NERVIENS 85
1040 BRUXELLES
Belgium
Administrative contact: Sigrid De Vries
Tel.: +32027387345
Fax: +32027387310
E-mail
TEKNOLOGIAN TUTKIMUSKESKUS VTT
Finland

EU contribution: EUR 191 035


TEKNIIKANTIE 4 A
02044 VTT ESPOO
Finland
Administrative contact: Risto Öörni
Tel.: +358 40 724 2614
E-mail
Record Number: 105161 / Last updated on: 2016-04-11