Industry Contact Point (ICP) – Clean and Smart Mobility

ICP Smart and Clean Mobility covers issues related to technologies related to design, manufacturing, production and use of ground, air and water transport, as well as logistics infrastructure.

ICP Smart and Clean Mobility supports entrepreneurs and researchers in the implementation of projects in the areas of intermodal transport systems (including regional transport), urban transport systems, transport logistics, innovative low-emission propulsion technologies, energy management systems on board, vehicle traffic management systems, environmentally friendly design solutions in transport, autonomy and vehicle safety systems.

ICP Smart and Clean Mobility actively promotes the participation of entrepreneurs and researchers in the Horizon Europe. It offers (especially to the science and business sector)v specialized, industry-specific trainings and workshops, it helps to choose the right funding and supports the proces of establishing or joining the partnership in the Horizon Europe program. ICP actively supports entrepreneurs and scientists interested in participating in Clean Aviation Partnership, Towards zero-emission road transport (2ZERO) Partnership, and in the European Partnership on Connected and Automated Driving (CCAM).

The Clean Aviation partnership focuses on a sustainable and climate-neutral future of aviation.

The Towards Zero Emission Road Transport (2Zero) partnership, aims to accelerate the transition of Europe to zero-emission road mobility.

The aim of the Connected and Automated Driving Partnership (CCAM) is to create a more end-user-centric and inclusive mobility system, increasing road safety, while reducing congestion and environmental impact.

Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Aviation is implementing the vision of ICP Smart and Clean Mobility The Institute belongs to the most modern research institutions in Europe, with traditions dating back to 1926. Currently, the Institute employs more than 1300 engineers, scientists and researchers, of whom 900 are less than 30 years old. The Institute closely cooperates with global tycoons of the aviation industry, such as: General Electric, Airbus and Pratt & Whitney, and public institutions relevant fot the aerospace industry, including the European Space Agency. The strategic research areas of the Institute are: aerospace, space, unmanned, energy, oil and gas technologies, remote sensing, material technologies, additive and military technologies.