To extend the application of the VEDLIoT platform to a more extensive set of new and relevant use cases by leveraging VEDLIoT technologies for their own AI-related IoT use case. The maximum request per proposal is up to 120,000 € and the deadline is the 8th May
The general objective of the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme is to enhance entrepreneurship, develop the competitiveness of European SMEs and foster potential start-up entrepreneurs and newly-established micro and small enterprises in the Participating Countries. The budget is of 40.000.000€ in total to fund around 10-15 projects and the submission deadline the 8 June 2022.
Experiments are expected to cover any segments in the manufacturing sector, to model behaviour of an Industrial Product with the means of a Digital Twin. The maximum request per proposal is of 97,800€ per project (60,000€/TP) and the deadline the 31st May
Automated Planning and Scheduling as a central research area in AI. It covers three tracks Track A is for innovators who want to contribute planning technology to the AIPlan4EU ecosystem, Track B is intended for a consortia of two partners who together want to solve a planning use-case, exploiting the capabilities of the unified planning framework (UPF). and Track C is for organizations that have expertise in planning and/or software development and want to integrate an existing use-case with the unified planning framework (UPF). The deadline is the 20th April 2022
The Women TechEU pilot is funded under the European Innovation Ecosystem work programme of Horizon Europe, the EU research and innovation programme. The scheme offers grants, worth €75 000 each, to support the initial steps in the innovation process, and the growth of the company. It also offers mentoring and coaching, and EU-wide networking opportunities. Following the evaluation by independent experts, the Commission will be supporting a first cohort of 50 women-led companies from 15 different countries.
The European Road Safety Charter (ERSC) announced that their Excellence in Road Safety Awards 2022 will take place on 17 October 2022 in Brussels and online.The annual awards are the perfect opportunity to recognise the incredible achievements of ERSC members towards the common goal of improved road safety across Europe. The projects showcased during the ceremony will help share knowledge and inspire the next set of road safety initiatives, allowing the ERSC to build greater momentum towards their goal to reduce road deaths to almost zero by 2050.
The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a Spanish scheme to partially compensate energy-intensive companies for higher electricity prices resulting from indirect emission costs under the EU Emission Trading System. The scheme notified by Spain, with a total estimated budget of €2.9 billion, will cover part of the higher electricity prices arising from the impact of carbon prices on electricity generation costs (so-called ‘indirect emission costs') incurred between 2021 and 2030.
EFFRA, Manufuture and the European Commission are launching the first Industry 5.0 Award dedicated to EU-funded projects whose results make European industry more resilient, sustainable, and human-centric. The Industry 5.0 Award is a recognition prize for EU-funded projects that advance the Industry 5.0 vision. Projects should be able to present a convincing and inspiring solution, addressing Industry 5.0's three main pillars: sustainability, human-centricity and resilience, while also being clearly applicable in industry.
The overall objective for running the RawMaterials Accelerator Programme is to improve the market entry success rate of scalable start-ups, focusing on addressing business essentials market introduction. The RawMaterials Accelerator Programme consists of three phases – Explore, Build, Grow. There are stage gates between each of the phases, at which start-ups need to gain approval to enter the next phase. Each phase has specific objectives and funding, as well as a specific process and timeline. Deadline: 8 April 2022
In this Booster Call 2022, EIT RawMaterials seeks companies developing solutions in the thematic scope of three lighthouses: raw materials and circular societies, Sustainable materials for future mobility, Sustainable discovery and supply. Deadline: 8 April 2022, 6 June 2022 and 5 September 2022
The aim of the second Open Call is to find new Use Cases for the technologies for customer-centric customization of FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) developed during the project. Deadline: 30 April 2022