You can search through the societal challenges and ITEA impact stories using the different filters (challenges,
countries, organisation type, organisation name, date updated) and/or the free text search.
From the main page, there are different possibilities to access and/or download the content of the ITEA Impact
- click on a challenge or impact story title to read it online
- click on the 'Single story download" link to only download 1 impact story as a 2-page leaflet
- click on the button "Download full Impact stream" (at the top of the page) to download a PDF of the full Impact
stream (including all challenges and all currently available impact stories).
- Use the search and/or filter functionalities and then:
- Generate a PDF of the Impact stream including all search results (via the button "Generate PDF for all
search results" at the bottom of the page); or
- Select certain impact stories by checking the checkbox below each story and generate a PDF of the Impact
stream including only the selected results (via the button "Generate PDF for selected results" at the
bottom of the page)
Challenges & Impact stories
Impact is one of the main ambitions in ITEA. Impact on business, on the market, on society. Without impact, a project
will not be successful in ITEA. This is a key value in ITEA, and impact and potential impact are central during the
project lifecycle: in project evaluation, monitoring, closure and in communication of the results.
Many ITEA projects have achieved incredible results and most of these successes could not have been achieved without
the (financial) support of the national Public Authorities. They have put their trust in these projects and
supported them with public funds, making it possible for the project partners to get the most out of it. In return,
ITEA is now gathering project impact stories to show in what way they solve key societal challenges and have an
impact on business, on the market and on society.
All impact stories will be collected in this ITEA Impact stream. The ITEA Impact stream is a living publication that
consists of 2 main elements: 7 main societal challenges and a set of impact stories showcasing the impact highlights
of successful ITEA projects.
Create your own personal ITEA Impact stream by choosing the challenges, countries and
of your interest and be inspired by the results!
Please note that over time more impact stories will be added to the ITEA Impact stream
13 September 2017
Modelling is not new in automotive systems development but enabling interoperability between different subsystem components from various disciplines has presented engineers with a big challenge. The objectives of the MODELISAR project were to boost collaboration and innovation across system and software disciplines and to test the vehicle behaviour earlier, faster and more affordably in the virtual world. During the project, an international and open Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) standard was developed to conveniently exchange and interoperate models from different modelling and simulation environments.
13 September 2017
European industry's need for flexible
production system design, optimised time to
market and extremely high product quality
provided the background for the ITEA 2
project AVANTI. The goal was to develop a
virtual commissioning test methodology
based on behaviour simulation of production
systems to enable leading European OEMs,
component and tool providers to gain a
competitive edge. The projects two key
innovations were: (1) virtualisation of the
testing process for industrial production
lines and (2) the combination of different
models and tools for simulating production
to create and perform tests for virtual
commissioning and industrial application.
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12 September 2017
The SEAS project is at the heart of the energy transition. The project set out to enable interworking of energy, ICT and automation systems at consumption sites, introducing dynamic and intricate ICT-based solutions to control, monitor and estimate energy consumption. It also explored business models and solutions to enable energy market participants to incorporate micro-grid environments and active customers. The SEAS revolution: more cost-effective, more environmentally friendly and more customer focused energy streams through efficient interaction between providers and prosumers … everywhere.