Improving railway safety is of national interest.By adopting a modern atp (automatic train protection) system, romania & other countries with the same conditions can achieve this. 1st step: a unit making present track equipment use possible
Optimized new engines - new solutions for innovative, modular engines with very low emissions and high performance for road and city motorbikes.
Study to develop/commercially validate an inter-modal system for trans-european freight transfer between nordic region and s.E. Europe whose central building block will be a "blue shuttle train" connecting two inter-modal centres.
Study of the technical conditions of polish inland and coastal waterways and its modernisation perspectives, economical analysis of transport conditions and needs. Development of environmentally friendly inland waterway and coastal ships.
The project aims at implementing the eurocontrol a-smgcs recommendations in an operating system of surveillance and control of airport surface vehicles (policemen, firemen, service vehicles, etc.).
A latest generation urban traffic control system is being developed, with high performance and composed of adaptive, dynamic autocalibration, expertise, and artificial vision modules.
Development of a new generation pt-system that meets the requirements of customers like hospitals and industrial plants (automation of carrier loading+unloading, buffer for carrier, avoided propagation of germs+bacteria+viruses).
The aim is to identify and analyse modal shift potential in apline corridors and in companies' alpine-crossing transport flows. Developed it tools (information technology) and co-operation with industrial partners will support this.
Improving and re-engineering of international freight transport chains with the target being sustainable freight mobility. The aim is to stimulate freight chains in europe, and improve and develop the competitiveness of intermodal transport chains.
A prototype dynamic traffic assignment (dta) model will be implemented in the cities of nicosia, cyprus and volos, greece. Several modules will be developed such as transport planning, incident management, transit analysis and others.