FastPass will establish and demonstrate a harmonized, modular approach for Automated Border Control (ABC) gates. FastPass brings together key players of the entire ABC value chain - system and component producers, research institutions, governmental authorities and end-users.

CockpitCI aimed to improve the resilience and dependability of Critical Infrastructures (CIs) by the automatic detection of cyber-threats and the sharing of real-time information about attacks among CI owners. CockpitCI aimed to identify, in real time, the CI functionalities impacted by cyber-attacks and assess the degradation of CI delivered services. CockpitCI aimed to classify the associated risk level, broadcast an alert at different security levels and activate a strategy of containment of the possible consequences of cyber-attacks. CockpitCI aimed to leverage the ability of field equipment to counteract cyber-attacks by deploying preservation and shielding strategies able to guarantee the required safety

Optithesi's basic scopes were to investigate the optimization and the prediction of the dielectric behavior of especially air gaps, based on the effects of Ground, Corona Current, and Barrier, and the use of theoretical and simulation analysis. To reform the Corona Current Rule, concerning the Corona Current Effect and the effort to advance it in to a theorem after it is mathematically proven.

Reduction followed an interdisciplinary approach bringing together expertise from several communities, such as: Data collection and management, which develop the mechanisms for handling the large volumes of streaming data; Data Mining/Machine Learning, which are responsible for developing decentralized algorithms for predictive analytics; Wireless Networks, for developing protocols for effective vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications; Vehicle electronics, which develop the on board computing and sensor devices; Transportation engineering, which are involved in the evaluation of the system and the data generated during the field-trials.

C4C aimed at developing control for coordination of distributed systems for five case studies with respect to control theory, communication networks and computation. Impacts were envisioned on environmental quality, transportation, and on the markets of new technology in the EU countries.

ISLE-PACT was committed to developing Local Sustainable Energy Action Plans and a pipeline of bankable projects with the aim of meeting or exceeding the EU sustainability target of reducing CO2 emissions by at least 20% by the year 2020. The project's duration is 34 months, 1 February 2010 – 30 November 2012. 

Smilegov was built on the idea that cooperation between different levels of governance of islands (i.e. National, regional, local) can have a key role to play towards reaching the 20-20-20 EU goals in the area of energy and climate change. SMILEGOV, based on success stories and close European cooperation will strengthen local capacity and work towards theimprovement of multilevel cooperation in European islands aiming to facilitate the implementation of their Sustainable Energy Action Plans towards the EU 20-20-20 goals.