INTRASME workshop presentations are available to download
Mission - INTRASME (Innovative Transport SME Support Action) aims at improving the capacity of European SMEs to develop and implement innovative solutions in the Low Carbon and Smart Mobility sectors and examines the changing role that SMEs play in the transport sector. www.INTRASME.eu
IDTechEx as a partner of the INTRASME project (www.intrasme.eu) is delighted to host the first INTRASME Electric Vehicle Opportunity Workshop. We and our project partners believe that Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are in an advantageous position to develop innovative products/services and join the emerging Electric Vehicle supply chain. SMEs have inherent characteristics that allow them to deliver innovative products to the market in a "fast and furious" paradigm which does not necessarily rely on the processes of the traditional internal combustion engine vehicle supply chain. In INTRASME project we expand on the traditional "only car" and "only land" focus on electric vehicles to include a broader scope on Land, Air and Water, pure and hybrid electric vehicles.
The workshop focuses on innovative European SMEs currently operating in the Electric Vehicle Industry, who will present to other SMEs and other major players in the EV supply chain the technology and business model they have developed, what barriers they have faced, how they plan to overcome their present challenges and how they are finding support to do it. We will present current and future technology opportunities that we have identified in the EV supply chain. Furthermore the R&D funding support provided for SMEs from the EU 7th Framework Programme and opportunities technology development from the forthcoming Horizon 2020 Programme will be showcased. If you are an European Small and Medium Enterprise developing or planning to develop technology that will supply to the Electric Vehicle supply chain, this is the workshop you can not afford to miss.
The workshop focuses on current and potential European SMEs in the Electric Vehicle Industry and especially how these SMEs are in an advantageous position to develop innovative products/services and join the emerging Electric Vehicle supply chain in a "fast and furious" paradigm which does not necessarily rely on the processes of the traditional internal combustion engine vehicle supply chain.