06/01/2018 08:00:00 AM10/31/2018 05:00:00 PMEurope/RigaOpen Call KET4CLEAN Production
Scope: Micro Grants are offered for cross-border cooperation projects between small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and minimum 2 KET technology centres (KET TCs), which aim to integrate key enabling technologies (KET) to solve clean production challenges.
Call opening: 1st June 2018
Call closing: 29th April 2020, 17:00 CET
Cut-off dates: 8 cut-off days at 17:00 CET on 31st July 2018, 31st October 2018, 31st January 2019, 30th April 2019, 31st July 2019, 31st October 2019, 31st January 2020, 30th April 2020
Expected duration of a micro grant project: up to 6 months
Total EU funding available for third parties: EUR 2.000.000
Maximum amount of financial support for each third party: EUR 50.000 (provided as lump sum). A micro grant covers 70% of the total project costs. The remaining 30% have to be provided by the applicant SME.
07/01/2018 08:00:00 AM10/18/2018 05:00:00 PMEurope/RigaIMPACT Connected Car Open Call 2
Mobilize your connected car company to make an impact
Apply to IMPACT Connected Car 2nd Open Call and get up to €60,000 equity free
Connected Car, funded by INNOSUP Initiative under Horizon 2020 EU Programme aims at creating value link-chains for innovation in the Connected Car OpenSpace, with vehicle, infrastructure and device & TelCo interactions and consumer & business services, through the acceleration and smartization of 70 Disruptive SMEs in this OpenSpace.
To this end, the project will distribute € 2.1 million funding, equity free, through its open calls and awards.
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IMPACT Connect Car is looking for SMEs and startups in the following challenges/verticals
But please note that
Beyond these 6 verticals listed below, the projects are not limited to the proposed topics, but they have to demonstrate their impact on the Connected Car Space.
Concerning the Connected Car concept ICCAR is open to receive applications from solutions being applied to other mobility means, whenever they will explain how they would be applicable or transferable to the car, as main focus of the solutions to be supported by ICCAR
And remind final deadline: Thursday, 18th of October 2018 at 17:00 (CET)
07/01/2018 08:00:00 AM09/30/2018 05:00:00 PMEurope/RigaCloudiManufactoring 1st Open Call
Funding for application experiments of Cloud/HPC-based modelling and simulation
This open call of CloudiFacturing targets proposals to initiate the creative process of generating ideas for Application Experiments which aim to use Cloud/HPC-based modelling and simulation for optimizing production processes and producibility and leveraging online factory data with advanced data analytics.
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07/15/2018 08:00:00 AM10/31/2018 05:00:00 PMEurope/RigaEurobench Open Call
Participants should propose technologies and/or methods for the benchmarking of (at least one of) the following robot categories:
-Lower Limb Exosqueleton
Each proposal should cover one or more of the following categories:
Test beds: Platforms for conducting replicable and repeatable testing experiments, and typically composed of:
structures able to reproduce ‘out-of-the-lab’ conditions, (e.g. uneven terrains, stairs, obstacles).
perturbation devices able to reproduce external perturbations (e.g. pushes, unstable surfaces).
sensors able to record kinematic, kinetic and/or physiological variables from bipedal systems (humanoids, humans, exoskeletons and/or prostheses). Testbeds will be integrated in the two EUROBENCH Facilities.
Benchmarking Software: Computational algorithms able to quantify one or more system abilities during bipedal locomotion functions (walking and/or balance). Algorithms should be accompanied by a detailed description of the experimental protocols. Applicability of the methods to a wide range of bipedal systems (e.g. be independent from size and nº DoFs) is desirable. Algorithms will be integrated in the EUROBENCH software as API components.
Datasets: Kinematic and kinetic data recorded from humans and/or robots during experimental trials across a wider range of motor skills. Databases should also include physiological/interaction variables (e.g. EMG, interaction forces) when these involve humans. The datasets produced will be integrated in the EUROBENCH Database, as part of the EUROBENCH Software.
Proposals should demonstrate to go beyond the state of the art in terms of either improved functionality or replicability (e.g. simplicity of construction using low cost and/or off-the-shelf components).
This action will count on a total budget of 2.952.000 €. General rules for participation:
Each proposal can request a maximum contribution of 300k€.
Each participant (i.e. PIC number) can receive a maximum contribution of 100k€
Participants may submit more than one proposal. However, the sum of all requested contributions should not exceed 100k€ (e.g. 60k€ in one proposal and 40k€ in a second proposal).
Participants can apply alone or in consortia.
Consortia can include partners from the same country, as well as partners from different countries.
The third party cannot request any funding for activities that are already funded by other grants (principle of no double funding).
Countries eligible for funding are specified in the Section A of H2020 Work Programme.
INCluSilver – innovation of personalised nutrition
INCluSilver aims to support collaboration between actors belonging to different sectors in order to create the optimal conditions for generating and validating innovative ideas in the field of personalised nutrition for the Silver Economy that have great potential to reach the market. The “Silver Economy” is defined as the economic activity and consumer expenditure related to the specific population group of citizens over 50 years of age.
09/03/2018 08:00:00 AM11/30/2018 11:30:00 PMEurope/RigaTETRAMAX 1st call on Entrepreneurial Technology Transfer Experiments (TTX) is open!
TETRAMAX is a Horizon 2020 innovation action and provides an implementation of the European Smart Anything Everywhere (SAE) initiative in the domain of customized and low-energy computing for cyber physical systems and the internet of things. The total budget of the TETRAMAX project is 7M€ and is coordinated by RWTH Aachen University, with 23 partners, covering almost all EU countries.
The project partially builds on experiences with the TETRACOM project during 2013-2016. TETRAMAX was launched in Sep 2017 and will run for four years.
09/03/2018 08:00:00 AM11/02/2018 05:00:00 PMEurope/RigaStandICT 3rd Call for Proposal !
The Digital Single Market (DSM) is aimed at boosting Europe’s competitiveness throughout multiple industrial and service sectors. Five priority domains are highlighted as the building blocks of the DSM: 5G, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity and Big Data. The emergence and continuous evolution in these domains compels the establishment of common standards to guarantee interoperable and benchmarked services and technologies to drive the DSM, keep markets open, support innovation and allow a full-service portability. StandICT.eu analyses how to bolster EU’s presence in these domains and importantly, the business impact of digital transformation on industry & consumers in strategic sectors such as eHealth, smart energy, intelligent transport systems & advanced manufacturing.
09/20/2018 08:00:00 AM12/20/2018 05:00:00 PMEurope/RigaIoT4Industry: Call for collaborative projects
The IoT4Industry project seeks to support EU growth and competitiveness through the development of a new cross-sectoral industrial value chain based on the integration and use of IoT and related components (Digital Security, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence…) into manufacturing tools, machines and robots, through the cross-border collaboration between SMEs and other RDI actors of the ICT and advanced manufacturing sectors.
Depending on the project developped, grants are available ranging from € 25 000 to € 60 000.