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Pilot-T: New Mobility Solutions

Important dates

04 Aug 2021

Date call is made active

15 Sep 2021

Application submission deadline

01 Jan 2022

Earliest permitted project start

01 Jun 2022

Latest permitted project start

31 May 2025

Latest permitted project completion

Important dates


The purpose of this call for proposals for Pilot-T projects is to accelerate the application of novel, smart mobility solutions by developing and testing and/or piloting technologies and business models with the potential to contribute to the creation of an efficient, safe and environmentally-friendly transport system for the future.

In a Pilot-T project, a company cooperates with other entities to generate new knowledge or use existing knowledge in new ways or areas. The Pilot-T scheme is a collaborative effort between the Research Council and Innovation Norway, commissioned by the Ministry of Transport.

About the results of the application assessment process

Total amount sought
NOK 103 900 000
Amount awarded
NOK 62 500 000
Total number of applications
Number of approved applications
Approved applications
Project no.
Project title
331857AVINOR AS HOVEDKONTORETSmartere kjemikaliebruk på rullebanerN/AN/A02.12.2021
331913ITS PERCEPTION ASSmartere Veg og Sikrere JernbaneN/AN/A02.12.2021
331941ELFLY ASDevelop X10: the world’s first full-scale electric amphibious seaplane based on the flying boat concept.N/AN/A02.12.2021
331961FOURC ASMobility as a Service -gjennom Kombinert Offentlig Privat PartnerskapN/AN/A02.12.2021
331981SWIPLOAD TECHNOLOGIES ASEn digitalisert og automatisert transportmeglingstjeneste for logistikkbransjenN/AN/A02.12.2021
332002MANTENA AS3D scanning and reverse engineering algorithms in the railway sectorN/AN/A02.12.2021
332008ALWAYS CARGO ASSkybased intelligent matching system for freight transport.N/AN/A02.12.2021
332011SAGA TENIX ATjeneste for datadrevet optimalisering av batterielektriske transportmidler –planlegging og overvåkingN/AN/A02.12.2021

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