Open structures, excellent ideas and efficient networks – Collaborative Innovation
We’ve been initiating and supporting pre-competitive cooperation between industry, science and research partners since 2006. Many of our projects are embedded within frameworks of the European Commission and in national funding programmes. We are the neutral third party, paving the way for new topics and approaches that link all the participants and the funding body.
In doing so EICT covers the entire spectrum of successful management for project funding – from technical project management to project administration and professional transfer of results. Flagship projects we have coordinated have been rated as excellent without exception.
We use customized online tools to manage distributed working and communication within the project. These proven tools for cooperation make overseeing project funding efficient and easy.
We have an excellent network of partners in the mobility field among industry, science and funding bodies – both nationally and across Europe. Funding parties appreciate us as expert and reliable specialists.
Dr. Thorsten Mahler
Head of Connected and Autonomous Mobility
+49 30 3670235-135
Dr. Hristiyan Stoyanov
Head of European Mobility Systems
+49 30 3670235-133
Behind EICT is a network of excellent industry and science partners that have joined forces for landmark technological innovations, from computer science researchers to leading industrial corporations.
Mercedes-Benz AG, Volkswagen AG, BMW Group, Centro Richerche Fiat SpcA, Ford, Opel Automobile GmbH, Groupe PSA, Volvo Group, Aptiv Services Deutschland GmbH, Robert Bosch GmbH, Continental AG, Hitachi, PTV Group, Münchner Kreis, EUREF AG, InnoZ - Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change GmbH, Technical University Berlin, Fraunhofer, FZI Research Center for Information Technology, VTT - Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, European Union, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Baden-Württemberg State Ministry; Deutsche Bahn AG, Telekom AG, Ericsson, Siemens AG, VDA - German Association of the Automotive Industry, EUCAR