Clean Mobility

CTAG se posiciona a la vanguardia de la innovación y acerca las nuevas tecnologías a las empresas industriales

Proyectos de I+D+i

Desde su creación, CTAG está en el origen o es miembro activo de diferentes proyectos locales, nacionales y europeos en colaboración con los constructores y proveedores del sector de la movilidad.
CTAG queda así a la vanguardia de la innovación y acerca las nuevas tecnologías a las empresas industriales.

  • HI-Mov: Cross-border Technology Corridor for Mobility with Renewable Hydrogen

    Clean Mobility

    Objective: to articulate a cross-border ecosystem that promotes the emerging value chain around green hydrogen in the Galicia-North Portugal Euroregion, specifically in its use in sustainable mobility applications.

    Consortium: CTAG (España), ENERGYLAB (España), PIEP (Portugal), CEiiA (portugal), UMINHO (Portugal), UPORTO (Portugal), USC (España), AECTGNP (España), Grupo Petrotec (Portugal) and INEGA-Xunta de Galicia (España)

    CTAG - Imagen representativa
  • ITHACA – Automation of the electrical vehicle charging

    Clean Mobility

    Factory of the Future

    ITHACA is integrated in the framework of the European SMART4ALL H2020 Project (GA No. 872614), as a winner in its third cascade funding call.

    Objective: to automate the charging process of electric vehicles through robotisation, focusing on making this process safer and more efficient for vulnerable groups.

     

    CTAG - Imagen representativa
  • Julio Verne

    Clean Mobility

    A pioneering and unique initiative in the generation and local dispensing of green hydrogen that contemplates the implementation of a hydrogen station in the port area and facilitating its use for different land mobility and marine propulsion applications.

    Consortium: Autoridad Portuaria de Vigo, Univergy, Quantum Group, Soltec Ingenieros, Anfaco, Aclunaga, CTAG, ENERGYLAB, Neuwalme and Exportrends.

  • ALMA – Advanced Light Materials and Processes for the eco-design of electric vehicles

    Clean Mobility

    Innovation Materials

    ALMA

    Objective: ALMA seeks to develop a new BEV structure for a passenger car with low weight and reduced environmental impact through the use of advanced lightweight materials, eco-design and an integrated circular approach throughout the life cycle.

    Consortium: coordinated by CTAG with the participation of 8 partners: Ford-Werke Gmbh (DE), Arcelormittal Maizieres Research SA (FR), Batz Sociedad Cooperativa (ES), Rescoll (FR), Fraunhofer (DE), Innerspec Technologies Europe SL (ES), TNO (NL), among others.

    Financing
    CTAG - Imagen representativa
  • FACENDO 4.0 – Industrial Competitiveness and Electromobility through Innovation and Digital Transformation

    Advance Testing Methods

    Clean Mobility

    Comfort

    Factory of the Future

    With a view to the Vehicle of the Future, new connected and intelligent systems and interfaces were studied, enabling the development of innovative products and devices for future electric vehicle ranges.

    Consortium: The Facendo 4.0 project is led by Stellantis Vigo with the participation of CTAG, Gradiant, Aimen and the University de Vigo.

    CTAG - Imagen representativa
  • GTEST – New automotive thermal management systems for sustainable mobility

    Advance Testing Methods

    Clean Mobility

    Comfort

    Objective: to research and develop new electronic products linked to thermal management for the electrification of transport, contributing to the progress of sustainable mobility.

    Consortium: CTAG and Borgwarner

    Financing
  • JOSPEL: Low energy passenger comfort systems based on the joule and peltier effects.

    Clean Mobility

    EN – JOSPEL: Low energy passenger comfort systems based on the joule and peltier effects.

    File: GA653851.

    Programme: Horizon2020.

    This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No 653851.

    Financing
    CTAG - Imagen representativa
  • Mobi2Grid: Pilot test of electric mobility in the euroregion Galicia-North of Portugal

    Clean Mobility

    Objective: The main objective of MOBI2GRID was to boost the adoption of electric mobility based on renewable energy sources by carrying out a pilot test with electric vehicles in the Euroregion.

    File: 0565_MOBI2GRID_1_P.

    Programme: POCTEP.

    Financing
  • MOBI.Europe: Integrated and Interoperable ICT Systems and Services for Electro-Mobility in Europe

    Clean Mobility

    EN – MOBI.Europe: Integrated and Interoperable ICT Systems and Services for Electro-Mobility in Europe.

    Objective: to integrate four electromobility initiatives (Amsterdam, Ireland, Portugal, Galicia) by generating services to the benefit of electric vehicle users.

    File: nº 297271.

    Programme: Competitiveness and Innovation Programme

    Financing
  • CO-GISTICS: COoperative loGISTICS for sustainable mobility of goods

    Clean Mobility

    ES – CO-GISTICS: COoperative loGISTICS for sustainable mobility of goods.

    File: nº 621112.

    Programme: Competitiveness and Innovation Programme

    Financing