European Mobile and Mobility Industries Alliance

This new alliance is a strategic initiative bringing together policy makers and industry representative at European level with the aim of developing more sustainable solutions in the field of mobility supported by mobile services, through better use of current and planned initiatives and enhancing transnational cooperation in this field.

The alliance comprises a Policy Learning Platform and concrete actions in the areas of large-scale demonstrators (real live testing), access to finance as well as an action to improve the interoperability of mobile services.

Co-funded by
European Commission

This initiative is supported by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry and financed under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) which aims to encourage the competiveness of European enterprises.
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The European Mobile and Mobility Industries Alliance (EMMIA)

The European Mobile and Mobility Industries Alliance (EMMIA) follows the innovation policy frame set by the European Commission’s EInnovation Union flagship and is a strategic initiative bringing together policy makers and industry representatives as announced in  An Integrated Industrial Policy for the Globalisation Era flagship.

Galileo and EGNOS, Europe’s own Global Navigation Satellite Systems which are currently Europe’s biggest joint technology projects – the one is planned to be operable in 2014 and the other is already operable and certified – will help to support the accuracy, the reliability and variety of location-based services offered worldwide, services that are at the centre of the European Mobile and Mobility Industries Alliance.

The European Mobile and Mobility Industries Alliance (EMMIA) brings together regional and national policy makers and practitioners at European level with the aim of developing more sustainable solutions in the field of mobility supported by mobile services, through better use of current and planned initiatives and enhancing transnational cooperation in this field. The Alliance comprises a Policy Learning Platform and 5 pilot actions in the areas of large-scale demonstrators in support of sustainable tourism in rural areas and access to finance as well as an action to improve the interoperability of mobile services. It is expected to mobilise additional public and private funding of €30 Mio in support of mobile and mobility industries. Altogether, 31 organisations from 14 European countries and 4 European organisations form the core actors of this initiative.

All three action lines – the Policy Learning Platform, the large-scale demonstrators and the access to finance actions – will work closely together exchanging and sharing information, as well as communicating their progress and findings in workshops and conferences and via this web portal.

The web portal will also provide an information and guidance service on funding and support measures for mobile and mobility industries in Europe.

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