Flanders DRIVE

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Flanders’ DRIVE is a Flemish non-profit organization, started in 2001, that plays a role in:

  • Stimulating innovation and collaboration between companies in the vehicle industry,
  • Initiating research projects and managing them together with our partner companies,
  • In-house R&D projects,
  • International activities and collaborations.

Flanders’ DRIVE has three main streams of activities:

  • Knowledge transfer,
  • Research in four principal areas,
  • Engineering and testing services in its laboratory.

In research, Flanders DRIVE focuses on four areas:

  • Manufacturing
  • Light weight materials
  • Safety
  • Clean power trains

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