Innovative technologies

Travelling is an eternal need of human race, and a broadly defined transport is the factor that can satisfy that need.

Green Cloud - one step ahead to the future of innovation

Multicard – Innovative technologies.

Electronic non-cash payment systems have been used since the 70s, but their true development is dated 21st century, along with the IT advancement. Nowadays, performing an electronic payment is faster, safer and easier than cash transaction.

Investment Service Center

In recent years, an empowered investment activity has been noticed in Poland, as well as dynamic action among Polish investors and entrepreneurs in EU, the Middle East and Far Eastern countries. This process is highly supported by international economy and open European market and a mass of economic agreements submitted by the Polish government with the Middle East countries, which opened new markets.  

ELV prototype of Green Cars Cluster a breakthrough in electric automotive

Means of transport are one of the main reasons for environment pollution as well as climatic changes such as: global warming, smog or acid rains. Carbon dioxide is responsible for greenhouse effect, that is why we are looking for technologies that would limit emission of this gas to the atmosphere. 

 

European Networks of Technology Transfer

In the modern world, people are witnessing the dynamically developing market economy; bigger and bigger share of it lies in advanced technologies. The issue of technology transfer becomes an incredibly important element of raising the competitive advantage of the enterprises.

Smart IT Cluster – intelligent solutions for mobility and energy

Creating Smart Cities, which are clean, environmentally friendly and thoughtfully managed, is a challenge for the future. The prime goal of the Smart IT Cluster, which has been created by leading ICT companies, is to enhance the idea of a Smart City and to implement all necessary technologies focused on improving people's quality of life.

Carsharing of electric cars and electric municipal public transport as a new face of transport

The increasing problem of traffic jams in agglomerations cannot be completely tackled. It would require an endless expansion of road infrastructure, what is, obviously, impossible. The increasing number of cars requires solutions which would diminish the scale of the problem. 

Energy self-sufficiency of Poland - the way of development

Analyzing the energy conditions of Poland, the scope of country’s resources and capabilities leads one to the conclusion that the country can be fully self-sufficient. Indeed, all the energy sources, so far known to humanity, are available here.

Innovative rolling stock – challenges, vision, priorities

Choosing rail as a means of transport depends on factors such as time and comfort during the journey as well as its price. Availability and reliability are understood as a certainty of starting a journey, while the achievement of a final destination within the assumed time frame a crucial point. 

Smart Masovia

The objectives of the self-government Masovian voivodship innovation program have been identified in the Regional Innovation Strategy for Masovia. The first edition of this document was established in 2008 and covered the years 2007-2015. 

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As infrastructure shapes mobility, the key to the decarbonisation of transport and its dependence on oil reserves is developing not only new technologies in the field of alternative systems of powering motor vehicles, but also necessary powering motor vehicles infrastructure.No changes can be possible without ...

Poland has been for several years a country with the strongest economy in Europe, characterized by a stable growth of the GDP, and predictable political situation. Consequently, it has recently started to be perceived as a gate for business and investment to Europe which attracts investors and traders from all over the World.

According to the forecasts of the Global Wind Energy Council, the role of wind energy
around the world will steadily increase in upcoming years. All analyzed possible
scenarios for growth of this market anticipate constant growth of the total wind capacity
and will reach over 2,500,000 MW by 2030.