Ufuk2020 programında tematik alanlar özelinde açılan çağrılar dışında,  INNOSUP 01 programı kapsamında “üçüncü taraflara açılan çağrılar” başlığı altında KOBİ’lerin başvuracağı çağrılar ya da ödüller çoğunlukta olmakla birlikte farklı kurum, kuruluş veya araştırmacıların konsorsiyumlu ya da konsorsiyumsuz başvuracağı çağrılar bulunmaktadır. Çağrı konuları ise ilgili olduğu INNOSUP 01 projesi doğrultusunda Ufuk2020 ile ilintili farklı konu ve problemleri içermektedir. Üçüncü tarafların başvurabileceği çağrıların son başvuru tarihi ise değişiklik göstermektedir.

INNOSUP 01 çağrısı ile ilgili ayrıntılı bilgiye buradan ulaşabilirsiniz. 

Bahsedilen “üçüncü taraflara açılan çağrılar”a ve açık çağrılar kapsamında başvuru koşullarına buradan ulaşabilirsiniz.

 

Ufuk2020 INNOSUP Programı Tematik Alanlar Özelinde 3. Taraflara Açılan Çağrılar

 

Gıda, Tarım, Denizcilik ve Biyoteknoloji Alanındaki Çağrılar

 

PARSEC Open Call #2 – EO-based solutions for Food, Energy and Environment sectors

Deadline: 20 June 2020

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Project acronym: PARSEC
Project full name: Promoting the international competitiveness of European Remote Sensing companies through Cross cluster collaboration
Project grant agreement number: 824478
Publication date: 30 March 2020
Deadline: 20 June 2020, at 17:00 (CET)
Expected duration of participation: 16 months
Total EU funding available: €1 500 000
Submission & evaluation process:

Consortia of SMEs can apply by 20 June 2020, by sending an email to admin@parsec-accelerator.eu with all the necessary documentation:

  • Consortium declaration
  • Pitch deck (presentation including Pitch, Product/Service Overview and Business Model)
  • Declaration of Honour

Consortia must be formed by minimum two and maximum four partners, where at least one of the partners is a successful beneficiary from Open Call 1 who also has to be the leader of the consortium. Consortia have to fulfil at least one of the following criteria:

  • Be from the same sector, but different countries (cross-border),
  • Be from different sectors but the same country (cross-sectoral), or
  • Both, from different sectors and different countries.

The templates for the application documents will be provided to all 100 beneficiaries of PARSEC Open Call #1.

Eligible consortia will be invited to the PARSEC Demo Day which will take place in July 2020 in Brussels, Belgium. Consortia will present their business idea in front of a Jury of experts which will select 15 teams to be contracted.

Each of the 15 selected consortia will receive €100 000, and access to further support services.

The maximum amount to be granted to each third party in the context of the PARSEC Accelerator (i.e. for both calls) may not exceed €60 000 (up to €50 000 for Open Call 2).

To join the 100 beneficiaries of the first Open Call, SMEs are invited to check out PARSEC website and follow PARSEC social media to learn about the selected companies and to keep track of upcoming events. During spring 2020, five matchmaking events will be organised to facilitate meeting the companies and formation of consortia: three on-site organised in different locations in Europe, and two online.

Further information is available on the PARSEC website where you could also subscribe to e-mail alerts related to the PARSEC Accelerator.

Further information:

The PARSEC Accelerator aims to expand the use of Earth Observation for new products and services of the Energy, Environment and Food sectors by providing European SMEs access to Knowledge, Markets, Technology and Capital.

PARSEC is a two-stage accelerator with two Open Calls. The goal of the PARSEC Open Calls is to support European SMEs in the development of innovative Earth Observation services and products dedicated to Energy, Environment and Food markets by using a cross-border and/or cross-market collaboration.

PARSEC will provide SMEs from different emerging industry sectors with the necessary resources to develop and launch EO-based services with a strong value for users and a solid business proposition.

Consortia will not only receive funding (€100 000 per consortium), but also access to coaching services, export promotion training, and to investment readiness programme. To be able to exploit the EO-data and their potential beneficiaries will be provided with platforms facilitating access and the use of the EO data. Three Business Catalysts will be available for beneficiaries:

  • Big Data Toolbox – suite of tools offering easier access, processing, analysis and storage of EO data
  • In situ Data Hub – tool providing access to real- and past-time data in a structured way
  • eoMALL and eoPAGES – online platforms for promoting EO-based services opening up the window to the market

Task description:

Types of activities and areas of interest which qualify for funding in PARSEC: sustainable food (including fields such as agriculture, livestock, water management etc.), energy (including fields such as oil and gas, renewable energy sources, mining etc.), environment (land, ocean, atmosphere), as well as informed policymaking, adaptation to climate change, smart cities etc.

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Innovation vouchers for SMEs – Digital Innovation in the Food Industry

Deadline: 15 September 2020

Call title: Innovation vouchers for SMEs – Digital Innovation in the Food Industry
Project full name: Smart Sensor System for Food Safety, Quality Control and Resource Efficiency in the Food Processing Industry
Project acronym: S3FOOD
Grant agreement number: 824769
Publication date: 14 February 2020
A second call will be launched on December 2020 (the exact date will be published on the S3FOOD website at a later stage).

 

Deadlines:

Expected duration of participation:

Total EU funding available: €2 810 000
Distributed as follows:

Exploration voucher

14 May 2020, 17:00 (Brussels time)
15 June 2020, 17:00 (Brussels time)
15 September 2020, 17:00 (Brussels time)

Max. 4 months

€720 000

Validation voucher

14 May 2020, 17:00 (Brussels time)

Max. 12 months

€1 045 000 (50% will be available for the cut-off of 14 May 2020)

Application voucher

14 May 2020, 17:00 (Brussels time)

Max. 12 months

€1 045 000 (50% will be available for the cut-off of 14 May 2020)

Submission process: Submissions will be available online through the S3FOOD website.
Evaluation process: The evaluation process takes max. 2 months starting from the cut-off deadline. The applicant will receive an e-mail about the outcome of the assessment directly after the assessment is finalised.
Further informations3food.eu
Ms. Veerle De Graef: veerle.degraef@flandersfood.com
Ms. Nektaria Berikou: s3food@corallia.org
Task description: The Innovation Voucher scheme is meant to financially support Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) from the food production and processing chain, digital solution providers or process technology providers to test and analyse for future development (e.g., market analysis, analysis of regulatory framework, etc.), to validate a digital solution in relevant environment for a new application case related to a selected challenge of the food sector and implement new digital solutions in real environment on site of the food company.
Funding scheme / type of action: IA - Innovation action
Project status: In progress
Eligibility requirements: Applicants must be SMEs from the food production and processing chain, digital solution providers or process technology providers and be members of one of the S3Food consortium clusters or established or with a branch office in a S3FOOD territorial scope (see call).
Project coordinator: FLANDERS' FOOD

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Travel vouchers for SMEs – Digital Innovation in the Food Industry

Deadline: 30 October 2020

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Call title: Travel vouchers for SMEs – Digital Innovation in the Food Industry
Project full name: Smart Sensor System for Food Safety, Quality Control and Resource Efficiency in the Food Processing Industry
Project acronym: S3FOOD
Grant agreement number: 824769
Publication date: 6 December 2019
Deadline: 30 October 2020 at 17:00 (Brussels time)
Expected duration of participation: 1-2 days per event
Total EU funding available: €65 000
Submission & evaluation process: Submissions will be available online through the S3FOOD website. The evaluation process takes max. 2 weeks starting from the reception date of the application. The applicant will receive an e-mail about the outcome of the assessment directly after the assessment is finalised.
Further information: Ms. Nektaria Berikou: s3food@corallia.org / s3food.eu

Task description

The Travel Voucher scheme is meant to financially support Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) from the food production and processing chain, digital solution providers or process technology providers to stimulate and support their attendance at cross-border events organised in the course of S3Food project, such as matchmaking events and study visits.
The Travel Voucher scheme aims to get SMEs actively involved in the activities and support system provided by the S3FOOD project. Travel vouchers can be used as a first step to gather knowledge and set-up connections needed for other voucher applications within the S3FOOD project.
A list of S3FOOD events can be found at s3food.eu.