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Organisation
 
Operational structure of EAGAR
The EAGAR project is coordinated by AVL List GmbH. The project is configured into a range of work packages (WPs) with nominated work package leaders and contributors. The objectives of each working package can be found below.

WP1: Planning & Methodology (AVL)
Development of the key methodologies and processes, which will be used in the subsequent work packages. The methodologies must ensure that the data from the various target countries will be obtained in consistent formats, allowing in WP 5 the comparison of RTD topics, investments, roadmaps and priorities for a successful benchmarking.

WP2: Mature Economies (Ricardo)
To collect information on roadmaps, research priorities and investments in road transport for the mature economies of Japan and North America

WP3: New and Emerging Economies (Idiada)
To collect information on roadmaps, research priorities and investments in road transport for the new and emerging economies of India, China, South Korea, and other new and emerging economies.

WP4: Europe (RWTH Aachen / ika)
In this work package information about the public funded automotive research activities of those EU member states, which play a major role in the automotive industry will be gathered and analysed. As in WPs 2 and 3 the main aim is to collect information on roadmaps, research priorities and investments in road transport.

WP5: Analysis (Ricardo)
The objectives of this work package are:
1) To analyse and benchmark the RTD data collected in WP 2-4 to draw key messages and conclusions and to make recommendations for future research in Europe based on the benchmarking assessments
2) To write the interim and final reports

WP6: Dissemination (TNO)
Objective of this Work Package is to disseminate the key messages from the study to the European automotive community and to the relevant public authorities.

WP7: CSA Administration and Management (AVL)
This work package provides the necessary management support and administrative services for implementing the proposed Coordination and Support Action. It supports the interaction with the Commission and the other participants and ensures, that the contractual obligations are completed in due time.


The structure of the work packages can be found in this scheme.