Future Transport and Mobility

The major challenge in the Transport sector is the transformation towards zero emission in all possible modes of transport. Ultimately, this means vehicles, vessels and airplanes, which are either electric, hydrogen fuelled and/or the use of a biobased or renewable fuel. Other challenges are: autonomous driving and new mobility concepts.

Uniresearch consultants have profound knowledge of the opportunities and challenges in the transport and mobility domain and are keen to support you to acquire funding for research and innovation actions in e.g. the following European programs: Green Vehicle, Mobility for Growth, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen, Maritime and Infrastructures. Our services in project set-up and – management cover each development stage; from early stage research projects to demonstration projects.

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The DOMUS project is a research and innovation project (H2020-GV-2017) and aims to reduce the overall energy consumption of future EVs in order to increase 25% of the electric range for different ambient conditions.
Uniresearch Role

Uniresearch has been assigned the task of supporting the project coordinator as well as the partners in the project management. Uniresearch will be responsible for major dissemination and communication activities of the project results as well as the project’s administrative and financial aspects.

Maarten Weide
Grant Consultant
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The overall objective of the DOMUS project is to reduce the overall energy consumption of future EVs in order to increase the 25% the electric range for different ambient conditions. This will be achieved by understanding in depth the comfort perception of EV users before developing reliable methodologies for designing and assessing the full vehicle context from a user-centric perspective, investigating radically new cabin designs and delivering innovative components, systems and control strategies to meet customer expectations.

Facts & Figures
  • Acronym: DOMUS
  • Full name: Design OptiMisation for efficient electric vehicles based on a USer-centric approach
  • Start date: 1 November 2017
  • Duration: 42 months
  • Total budget: 8,96 M€
  • EC Funding: 8,96 M€
  • EC contract number: 769902

The project consortium comprises 16 partners from 10 European countries.