Clusters 2.0 reviewed by the European Commission

The latest developments of Clusers 2.0 have been reviewed by the European Commission during a meeting with all consotium members hosted by AirCargo Belgium. The reviewed has assessed the progress of Clusters 2.0 towards its second half objectives. The impact of its results and solutions has also been acknowledged. The aim of receiving feedback and recommendations is to better plan the road ahead in order to ensure a successful execution of the project and to maximise its contribution to EU research and innovation programmes. During the…

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Clusters 2.0 project reaches midterm progress with remarkable results

The project shows its results to date and the challenges to be faced in the future. Five solutions have been presented with effective outcomes to the three Living Labs to validate the project achievements into a real business context. Clusters 2.0 consortium members and partners are proud to present the first results towards a more sustainable goods transport system in Europe. The project has reached the midterm and outlined three Living Labs in order to define the business model: Proximity…

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Clusters 2.0 project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723265

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