France-based start-up MORPHOSENSE unveiled an innovative platform that monitors the fatigue, damage and residual lifespan of large engineering structures in real time. The new solution ensures continuity and efficiency of operation, while minimising maintenance costs.
TRIMIS (the Transport Research and Innovation Monitoring and Information System portal) is an open-access knowledge management system that consists of a large database of EU-funded and nationally-funded transport research projects and programmes together with an inventory of transport technologies and innovations. The portal has now published a new revamp to improve usability.
The catalogue includes examples of Navarran companies that promote a more circular economy and seek international cooperation. If you are interested in being included, contact Montse Guerrero email@example.com
This map visualises the correlation between sales of electrically-chargeable vehicles (ECVs) and the availability of charging infrastructure for each of the 27 member states of the European Union.Of the 224,237 charging points available in the European Union, almost 30% are located in the Netherlands (66,665), with another 20.4% in France (45,751) and 19.9% in Germany (44,538).
The 2021-2024 Foreign Action Plan will have as its main mission to position Navarra in Europe and the world as a global actor that seeks alliances and cooperation for the benefit of its community. The deadline to participate is June 27, 2021. Contributions can be made through the following survey, contribution forum of the portal or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This interactive map shows the number of truck-specific hydrogen refuelling stations required in Europe (the 27 EU member states plus the UK) by 2025 and 2030 for each country. The first hydrogen fuel‐cell electric vehicles are already being rolled out in Europe. From the mid‐2020s the vehicle offering will increase significantly, with at least 60,000 trucks expected to be in operation by 2030.
21Heroes2021' honours those who achieved transport success in 2020, despite the historic challenges faced, and laid the groundwork for even more successful and sustainable mobility initiatives in 2021. The individuals highlighted in this publication are a small, yet powerful, selection of many that are actively contributing to make mobility future-oriented, safe, inclusive and sustainable. Individuals praised include Karima Delli (Chairperson of the Transport Committee in the EU Parliament) and Elke Van Brandt (Minister of the Government of the Brussels Capital Region, Belgium).