News - Deadline extended to 12th April 2013 for Road Infrastructure Innovation Expo

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Deadline extended to 12th April 2013 for Road Infrastructure Innovation Expo

SMEs developing innovative solutions to improve road infrastructure can still apply to exhibit free-of-charge at the first Road Infrastructure Innovation Expo

 

Due to the involvement of additional countries and the final constitution of the scientific committee for the Infravation programme, we have now extended the deadline for this call for exhibitors to 12th April 2013, so come and exhibit your latest research and innovation results at the first Road Infrastructure Innovation Expo to be held in Brussels on 4-6th June 2013. All research fields are welcome addressing the theme of “Advanced and Innovative Construction and Maintenance”.

The objective of this Expo is threefold:

  • To raise awareness of Infravation and infrastructure innovation in general;
  • To promote brokerage activities between innovative enterprises and potential Infravation project partners;
  • To contribute to the development of the final call for Infravation proposals.

An exhibition space of up to 6 m² will be provided free of charge for SMEs who submit a successful proposal. Proposals from the following 11 Infravation partner countries are particularly encouraged : Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the United States of America.

All you have to do to apply is complete the application form (also attached below) and send it to isabelle.lucchini@fehrl.org, FEHRL Events Officer, by Friday 12th April 2013. Also see here or on the Infravation Expo webpage (also attached below) for more details on the call for exhibitors.

The Expo will begin with an opening cocktail on the evening of 4th June and be organised in parallel with the FEHRL Infrastructure Research Meeting (FIRM13) conference, which also features the theme of “Advanced and Innovative Construction and Maintenance”.

 

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