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Funded projects within FFI

Over the years, hundreds of projects have been realized through funding from the Vehicle Strategic program research and innovation (FFI). Below we list all projects funded by the program and the public final reports of the projects.

This web page has been machine translated. If there are any uncertainties, please refer to the Swedish text.

All funded project within the various subprograms

Sub-program Efficient and connected transport systems

The sub-program will create and maintain an overall arena where industry, authorities, institutes and academia work together to develop efficient and connected transport systems.

Sub-program Sustainable production

The sub-program aims to enable the automotive industry to use innovations and research results for sustainable production.

Sub-progam Traffic safety and automated vehicles

Action has as objective to contribute to the development of so-called zero tolerance vehicles. Zero Vision Vehicles are vehicles with systems that reduce the number of accidents, and reduce the consequences of the accidents that nevertheless occur.

Sub-program Electronics, software and communication

Action has as objective to contribute to global leadership in automotive electronics and software, and to improve the skills to effectively develop new vehicle concepts.

Sub-progam System-of-systems for urban mobility (SoSSUM)

Sub-progam Machine Learning

Sub-progam Bikes and other vehicles in safe and smart collaboration for a sustainable future

Projects initiated by the FFI board

Below you will find projects and final reports from board- projects within FFI.


If you have questions about FFI, you are welcome to contact us at the office at Vinnova.

Lena Dalsmyr


+46 8 473 31 61

Linda Svanhed

Programme Manager

+46 8 473 30 65

Last updated 25 May 2020

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