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The funding agreement for the eFTI4EUProject has been signed by CINEA – European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency, securing a total budget of 28.3 million euros!

eFTI4EU is setting out to be a pioneering project in implementing the eFTI regulation. Our partners are devoted to helping the European transportation industry embrace digitalisation” said Eva Killar, the lead partner from the Kliimaministeerium / Ministry of Climate of Estonia.

The aim of the project is to create a unified approach to the operation of eFTI Gates, and to implement a reference architecture for exchanging logistics and transport data, which will be piloted through a series of use cases (both at national and cross-border level) in all the 9 Member States directly involved. eFTI4EU is the first project making the EU Regulation 2020/1056 (eFTI) real: the future of freight transport is digital!

  • Duration: 36 months
  • Applied budget: 28.3 million euros
  • Member States: Austria, Belgium, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal