We inform you that the project EUHubs4Data opened the third open call to promote data-based innovation.
With this call, EUHubs4Data wants to select and finance 18 innovative experiments carried out by SMEs and entrepreneurs, fully exploiting the potential of EUHubs4Data’s datasets and data driven service catalog.
The EUHubs4Data project, funded by the European Commission, has allocated € 5.8 million to provide support to third parties to undertake a series of data-driven cross-border experiments through three rounds of open calls.
The experiments must involve a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 services from the federated catalog, provided by a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 3 different Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH), with at least one DIH coming from a country other than that of the applicant , and must use at least one dataset in the experiment, regardless of whether it comes from the EUHubs4Data dataset catalog or is external to the catalog.
The call provides for a total grant of € 1,080,000, ensuring a financial contribution per beneficiary of € 60,000 in addition to € 70,000 in support services by the DIH per experiment conducted.
Applications can be submitted until 5 pm on November 9, 2022, by connecting to the dedicated page: https://euh4d.digitalsme.eu/.
February 2023 will be the month set for the start of the experiments, which can last up to 9 months.