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DIGICOR Launches in October 2016!

The link to the project website which is essentially a holding page at the moment can be found here: http://digicor-project.eu/ but the general Details are as follows:

Project acronym: DIGICOR

Project name: Decentralised Agile Coordination Across Supply Chains
Programme: Horizon 2020
Project number: 723336
Call: H2020-IND-CE-2016-17 (Industry 2020 in the Circular Economy)
Duration: 3 years (October 2016 – September 2019)

Total Budget: 7993818,75 Euro

Abstract: The DIGICOR project will provide an open platform, tools and services that allows European companies to create and operate collaborative networks across the value chain. The project will develop novel collaboration and management concepts and implement into a collaboration platform and related tools for the setup and coordination of the collaboration networks. In particular, the project addresses the integration of non-traditional, small but innovative companies or service providers into the complex supply chain of large OEM. The project will significantly reduce the burden to setup production networks and collaboration between SME, will shorten the needed time to jointly respond to business opportunities and to enter supply chains of large manufacturers and will simplify the management and control of the production and logistics in execution.

Partners:

Airbus Defence & Space GmbH (Germany) – coordinator
Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH (Germany)
Control 2K Limited (UK)
Certicon a.s. (Czech Republic)
SingularLogic (Greece)
Information Catalyst for Enterprise (UK)
Almende B.V. (Netherlands)
University of Manchester (UK)
ČVUT in Prague (Czech Republic)
Fortiss GmbH (Germany)
COMAU S.p.A. (Italy)

 

Other News:

November 2015

The FITMAN project has set up a demonstration page HERE to showcase its links to the FIWARE Enablers that have been incorporated in this site!

Other News:

SMECluster, working with Flexinet.biz has now incorporated the latest enabler from FIWARE - SpagoBI.

Click here to see it more details about SpagoBI!

 Open Calls November 2015:

Go to Main Page of ec.europa.eu for full details:

Current H2020 Calls:

(If you click on links below use the BACK button to Return Here)

For a FULL list of Calls CLICK HERE

For the H2020 Work Programme 2016-2017 CLICK HERE

 

 

General Information about European Funding Opportunities:

 The EU Provides funding for a broad range of Projects and Programmes covering areas such as:

  • Regional & Urban development
  • Employment & Social inclusion
  • Agriculture & Rural development
  • Maritime & Fisheries policies
  • Research & Innovation
  • Education
  • Health
  • Consumer protection
  • Environmental protection
  • Humanitarian aid

Funding is managed according to strict rules to ensure there is tight control over how funds are used and that the money is spent in a transparent, accountable manner.
EU funding covers many different types of programmes managed by different bodies.
Funding is managed according to strict rules to ensure that there is tight control over how funds are used and that funds are spent in a transparent, accountable manner.
EU funding is complex, since there are many different types of programmes managed by different bodies. Over 76% of the EU budget is managed by the member countries. This includes the structural funds - which finance regional policy, social and training programmes, as well as agriculture (including support for farmers).

 Click here for current opportunities for SME's 

Two main types of funding

Grants for specific projects, usually following a public announcement known as a 'call for proposals'. Part of the funding comes from the EU, part from other sources.

Public contracts to buy services, goods or works to ensure the operations of EU institutions or programmes. Contracts are awarded through calls for tenders (public procurement) and cover a range of areas: studies, technical assistance and training; consultancy, conference organisation, IT equipment purchases, etc.

As a group, the 28 EU Commissioners have the ultimate political responsibility for ensuring that EU funds are spent properly. But because most EU funding is managed at country level, national governments are responsible for conducting checks and annual audits.

 

Beneficiaries

Small businesses

Can obtain EU funding through grants, loans and guarantees. Grants provide direct support, while other funding is available through programmes managed at national level.

EU funding opportunities for small businesses

 

Non governmental & civil society organisations

May be eligible for funding, provided they are active in EU policy areas on a non profit basis.

EU funding opportunities for NGOs by policy area

 

Young people

Two main types of funding:

  • Lifelong Learning Programme - study opportunities through Erasmus, support for school goers nearing the end of secondary education, and vocational training in another country
  • Youth in Action Programme - co funding of projects which encourage civic involvement, volunteer work and a broader multicultural outlook.

Lifelong Learning Programme - funding for education and training 
Get involved in the Youth in Action Programme

 

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