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EU funded
project

SPRINT

  • Europe
  • European Research projects
  • Integrated mobility
  • Intermodality
  • Interoperability

Semantics for PerfoRmant and scalable INteroperability of multimodal Transport

The concept of Interoperability Framework (IF) is at the core of the Shift2Rail Innovation Programme (IP) 4, and it is the key concept for facilitating a seamless travel experience for users across borders and modes. The IF enables the technical interoperability of heterogeneous, multimodal transport-related services by relieving applications from the task of locating, harmonizing and understanding multiple and independent data and event sources, services, etc.

The Semantics for PerfoRmant and scalableINteroperability of multimodal Transport (SPRINT) project will improve keyaspects of the Shift2Rail IF to bring the market uptake of the multimodaltransport ecosystem envisioned by IP4 closer to reality. In particular, theproject will address the following specific challenges posed by the objectivesof TD 4.1 (Technical Demonstrator 4.1, as defined in the Shift2Rail Multi-AnnualAction Plan).

SPRINT is coordinated by UNIFE.

More information: www.sprint-transport.eu/home.aspx

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No: 826172

  • 8

    Partners

  • December 2018-January 2021

    Duration

  • €2 million

    Budget

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