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Second USE-iT and FOX stakeholder workshop helps to further develop research agenda for cross modal transport in Europe

Materials and photos now available for consultation and downloading

 

The second USE-iT and FOX stakeholder meeting was held on Thursday 15th September at the Diamant Center in Brussels, Belgium for some 50 stakeholders. The morning session comprised presentations from the project Consortuim about the projects, as well as from Cristina Marolda of the European Commission who outlined their Strategic Transport Research & Innovation Agenda (STRIA). Thierry Goger, FEHRL Secretary General, gave a welcome and overview of the projects and all Work Package (WP) leaders then provided details on their transport concepts developed for the seven areas of Construction, Inspection, Maintenance, Recycling & Reuse, Energy & Carbon, Safety & Security and User Information. After lunch and a briefing for the afternoon sessions by Project Officer, Migle Paliukaite, delegates split up and attended twice two parallel sessions where they could give their input to the work carried out within these seven technical areas. Each 90-minute session included:

    • Short introduction about the research area and its respective poster by the moderator

    • Input/feedback from the experts about the challenges and areas

    • Funding allocation - each participant received 10 dots and needed to determine which  areas should be prioritised

    • Brainstorming in groups of 2-3 people about how to put research into practice "From implementation to the main goal' 

    • Wrap up of the session 

Click on the links below to see the following materials from the sessions:

    1. Presentations, posters, handouts and feedback

    1. Photos   

For more information or questions, contact Migle.Paliukaite@fehrl.org.

 

 

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