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RTI Agenda and Roadmap for Personal Mobility

Austria in Space - Strategy of the bmvit for Austrian Space Activities

Austrian Research and Technology Reports

The Austrian Research and Technology Reports are status reports to the Austrian parliament on the nation’s federally funded research, technology and innovation. The reports draw on current data to present an overview of specific trends in research, technology and innovation (RTI) and show how Austria measures up internationally in select categories. The reports were commissioned  by  the  Federal  Ministry  of  Education,  Science  and  Research (BMBWF);  the  Federal  Ministry  for  Transport,  Innovation,  and  Technology  (BMVIT);  and  the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs (BMDW).

Opportunity through Demographic Change - project examples benefit/AAL

Mobility of the Future Preliminary Results - Mobility of Goods

ICT of the Future - Project Examples 2012 - 2015

Electronic Based Systems - The technological heroes of the future

Mobility of the Future

Austrian Technology in Space

Ways2go - Interim Innovation Report - Executive Summary

bmvit Innovation: Solutions for the Future

Building on the past success, Austria has the opportunity today to catapult itself into the group of leaders, in keeping with the federal government’s vision of positioning Austria among the top three most innovative economies. However, as the system evaluation clearly showed, this leap requires further structural reforms. As a consequence, the evaluators call for a change in strategy to turn Austria into a front-runner in the area of technology development.

As the ministry responsible for applied research and technology development, the bmvit is stepping up to this challenge. It is committed to supporting the process of reform in order to make the research system even more efficient. To this end, a joint research strategy should first be developed that will involve all responsible ministries.

Take off

Preliminary Results from the Aeronautics Research and Technology Programme

Aeronautic is a strategic area for research and development in Europe and in Austria. A quite a number of domestic industries and research facilities have been established as suppliers to the European aeronautic industry. To strenghten these basis of technology is one of the main objectives of the bmvit programme "Take off".

First results of this programme are available in the document "Take off - Preliminary Results from the Aeronautics Research and Technology Programme".

Intelligent Mobility Transport in Changing Times

Social, economic and technological evolutions are imposing more and more complex demands on the transport system and its capacity. New technologies and innovations can provide an important contribution to the design of an intelligent mobility which meets future requirements, and afford new economic opportunities to the transport technology sector. This sector is one of the most successful ones in Austria. The economy benefits not only from an efficient transport system, but also from new products and services and thus improves national competitivity as a whole.

Austria - Land of Research

This brochure is an attempt to outline a portrait of Austria as a land of research. It maps out Austria’s position in the European Research Area, describes the main fields of action and programmatic approaches to research and technology policy and identifies the most important players and institutions in the research landscape. Parallel to this, an A to Z of research highlights cutting-edge Austrian research projects, innovative funding programmes, and new means of communicating science.

Achievements 2004/2005 - Impulses for Innovation

The Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit) is responsible for the country's tangible and intangible infrastructure (road, rail and aviation networks, waterways, telecommunication, and its research networks) and manages the biggest public budget in applied reasearch.

This publication gets you a general idea about the strategies for the future, strategic focal points, achievements in the year 2004, new initiatives, promotion of companies and future technologies, Sixth Framework Programme, institutes and partners, and the interaction with the public.

Achievements 2003

The present report gives an overview of the developments in research and technology as well as technology policy, and of Austria’s current position within Europe in 2003. However, it is also impressive evidence of the successful activities of the Innovation Division of the Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit).

Innovation and technological progress are an essential precondition for a prosperous economy. It was with this in mind that the European Union's Barcelona objective was formulated. Austria's research quota is above the European average.

Knowledge and Technology Transfer in Austria

Situation Analysis 2003 - Abstract

The available study of Tectrans Network highlights the current status quo of knowledge and technology transfer in Austria compiled using 85 structured and in-depth interviews, which were carried out in summer 2003 with representatives from SMEs, research establishments and grant and subsidy programmes. By analyzing the criticism within the framework of a workshop conducted at the end of the study and attended by experts in technology transfer, a detailed list of restraints to technology transfer as well as feasible solutions to these problems was drawn up.

Location: http://www.bmvit.gv.at/en/innovation/publications/index.html
Date: 25.08.2015