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Transport 2025 (TRANSPORT)

Deadline Announcement
10.04.2019
13:00 CEST
NOK 40 million for Collaboration Projects on Societal Challenges and Business Development for effective, safe and sustainable transport solutions Choose
10.10.2018
13:00 CEST
Closed
PILOT-T scheme: Up to NOK 40 million available for transport research Choose
10.10.2018
13:00 CEST
Closed
NOK 25 million for Innovation Projects to improve transport and mobility solutions Choose
31.12.2017
23:59 CET
Closed
Transport research: Personal Overseas Research Grants and Personal Visiting Researcher Grants Choose
31.12.2017
23:59 CET
Closed
Active participation in strategic processes in the European transport research arena Choose
22.11.2017
13:00 CET
Closed
NOK 62 million for research on and for digitalisation of the transport sector Choose
07.09.2016
13:00 CEST
Closed
Approximately NOK 60 million in funding for transport research Choose
14.10.2015
13:00 CEST
Closed
Up NOK 20 million for Innovation Projects for the Public Sector within the field of transport research Choose
27.05.2015
13:00 CEST
Closed
NOK 30 million in funding for transport research Choose
26.11.2014
13:00 CET
Closed
Approximately NOK 35 million is available for transport research Choose
Open-ended
Closed
Support for travel, profiling or seeking out partners within the transport field in the European research arena Choose
Open-ended
Closed
Support for events related to transport research Choose

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Funding for the Pilot-T scheme is provided under the Transport 2025 programme. The objective of the Pilot-T scheme is to take better advantage of the potential for industrial development and innovation within new mobility solutions, and to facilitate more rapid application of technology that promotes a transport system with better mobility, improved safety and security and/or reduced emissions. In connection with the application review, the project summary may be forwarded to potential referees when asking whether they can assess the grant application. The project title and project summary should therefore not disclose sensitive information.

Objectives:

The objective of the Transport 2025 programme is to increase knowledge, expertise and innovation for effective, safe and sustainable transport solutions for the future.

The programme will employ a variety of funding activities to promote innovation, knowledge, expertise, pilot projects and demonstration activities of relevance to one or more of the following secondary thematic objectives:
 
  • Innovative mobility and transport solutions;
  • An effective, safe and sustainable transport system;
  • Knowledge concerning future transport needs.  
The programme targets research and competency organisations, public agencies and Norwegian companies that can contribute to long-term competence-building for the further development of the transport system.
 
The thematic priority areas for the Transport 2025 programme are:
 
  • An innovative transport system that makes use of new technology or business models;
  • A sustainable transport system that helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution of the local environment;
  • A transport system for future-oriented urban and regional development.
As a basis for achieving the established primary objective and secondary thematic objectives, the Transport 2025 programme will work to promote the development of an effective research and innovation system. In this context, the programme will focus on the following priorities for structuring the research effort:
 
  • Value-creation and industrial development with the long-term aim of increasing international competiveness;
  • Development of research groups that can participate at the international forefront in the thematic areas encompassed by the programme.
  • Enhancing cooperation across sectors, disciplines and between private and public actors.
  • Expanding expertise related to transport.

Projects with funding

At present, these projects have received funding from the TRANSPORT-programme. The overview provides access to summaries and other key information on all the projects under the programme. (The overview may contain information in Norwegian.)

This programme/activity normally accepts grant applications from:

Trade and industry, public sector, industry and special interest organisations, research organisations, universities and university colleges.

Overall budget:

Approximately NOK 67 million.

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