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Research and Markets: With an ITS Budget of 4 Billion Euros, Framework Programme 7 (FP7) Is the Largest EU-Funded R&D Initiative to Date

Research and Markets: With an ITS Budget of 4 Billion Euros, Framework Programme 7 (FP7) Is the Largest EU-Funded R&D Initia

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/02f97a/an_overview_of_fp) has announced the addition of the "An Overview of FP-7 Funded ITS Projects" report to their offering.

This report provides an overview of the latest European R&D Framework Programme (FP7) and the ITS-related projects that have received funding to date.

With significant changes in the targets and objectives for FP7 compared to previous programmes, this report gives a clear insight into the current situation, and identifies the key players, priority research themes and objectives for future ITS research in Europe.

With an ITS budget of 4 billion Euros, Framework Programme 7 (FP7) is the largest EU-funded R&D initiative to date. However, unlike previous Programmes that focussed on the enabling technologies, FP7 is expected to concentrate on ITS deployment issues through Field Operational Trials (FOTs) and comparatively small-scale projects.

Understanding the research priorities and funding status of the EC’s Directorate Generals (DGs) can be a complex and protracted task. However, our latest research ‘An overview of FP7 funded ITS projects’ provides a clear insight into the current situation.

The report provides a holistic view of the allocation of FP7 funds for ITS related activities and includes a summary of each of the relevant projects and initiatives that have been approved to date.

This report will help you to:

- Identify key objectives and focus areas for future ITS research in Europe, including FOTs

- Recognise how funding is allocated and identify opportunities for future project submissions

- Gain an insight into the ITS-related projects and activities that have received funding to date

Who should buy this report?

An overview of FP7 funded ITS projects provides an up-to-date analysis of EU funded ITS related activities in Europe. The report is of particular relevance to organisations that are looking to become involved in future European ITS research and development. Whether your interest lies in eCall, V2X, Automated driving, or other key areas of ITS, this report will help simplify the complex issues that surround EU funding as part of FP7.

Key Chapters Covered:

1. Executive summary

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Summary of key points

2. The European research framework

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Key players and procedures

2.3 Classification of projects

3. FP7 - A new approach

3.1 Background

3.2 FP7 - Progress so far

3.2.1. ITS research under DG TREN and DG RTD

3.2.2. ITS research under DG INFSO

3.3 Future outlook

4. Projects under FP7

4.1 Current status

4.2 Project details

4.2.1. ADOSE

4.2.2. EVALUE

4.2.3. FESTA

4.2.4. FNIR

4.2.5. GEONET

4.2.6. HAVE-IT

4.2.7. i-TRAVEL

4.2.8. ROSATTE


4.2.10. SCVP


List of figures

Figure 1. Research focus and projects under FP7

Figure 2. Evolution of FPs in Europe

Figure 3. Organisational chart of EU projects

Figure 4. Types of EU projects

Figure 5. Increasing gap between European R&D and market-uptake

Figure 6. Objectives for ITS under FP7 as identified by ERTRAC

Figure 7. Calls for Proposals by DG TREN and DG RTD

Figure 8. Research themes and objectives for ITS under DG INFSO

Figure 9. Calls for proposals by DG INFSO

Figure 10. Summary table of projects under FP7

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/02f97a/an_overview_of_fp.

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