New PLANET W4 Deliverables now available!

Four deliverables from WP4 Steering innovation & building capacity towards EGTN have been submitted at the end of November and are now ready for reading!

  • D4.1 Recommendations for TEN-T interfacing to Global Trade Routes. The main subject of this deliverable is to Identify which funding mechanisms (HE and CE) can be applied to further develop the disruptive technologies or to fund the necessary infrastructural developments. It also synthesizes the funding and proposes new CEF and HE call topics that can serve as guidelines for the 2030 review of the programs aiming at contributing to the transition of TEN-Ts the next generation of PI enabling EGTNs.
  • D4.2 Policy guide, Briefing sheets and case study on freight transport for policymakers in emerging economies. The main subject of this deliverable is to provide information and tools for logistics and policymakers stakeholders policymakers. More specifically, the policy guide aims to promote technology and policy transfer from the experiences of the PLANET project in the EU to emerging economies by increasing decision-makers’ awareness.


ALICE actively supports the outreach and outcomes of the PLANET project

PLANET Project is supported by ALICE through its Research and Innovation Projects and Initiatives Liaison Programme. ALICE actively supports the outreach and outcomes of projects to be disseminated through their keeping the torch of Key Exploitable

PLANET Project has released its Third Annual Report!

The 3rd PLANET Annual Report presents project’s key achievements accomplished by its consortium members over the course of the third year of the project (M25-M36). In more detail, the report introduces and highlights the deliverables and

PLANET presents the final project video

The closing video of the PLANET project has been released. It is dedicated to the reporting of the results obtained through the Living Labs solutions as well as to give an overview of the project and the EGTN platform. During the video, a brief