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  • European public funding for SMEs

    Blanca Rodrguez brodriguez@zabala.es

    01/03/2016

  • Index 2

    H2020 SME Inst. FTI PhD

    recruitment

    in SMEs

    Pilots UIA

  • 3

    H2020 The basics

  • H2020. What is it? 4

    Biggest investment by the EC on R&D and innovation

    +70b between 2014 and 2020

  • H2020. How is it structured? 5

    = H2020 Biannual Work Programme Cross Cutting

    Calls

    Topics/Objectives

    NMBP

    Health ICT

    SME

    INST FTI PhD

    Recr.

    http://goo.gl/OKiivfhttp://goo.gl/OKiivfhttp://goo.gl/FGe0iX

  • H2020. Consortium 6

    Cooperation: 5 20 partners

    Researchers, industries, associations, etc

    Minimum: 3 partners from 3 different countries of the EU

  • H2020. Instruments for funding. How much Im getting then?

    7

    TRL >6 TRL

  • H2020. Medium-long term projects 8

    Launch Call Proposal

    Assessment

    Grant

    Agreement

    Signature

    Proposal

    submitted Evaluation

    Summary

    Report

    Grant

    Agreement

    Signed

    3 - 6 months 5 months 3 months

    12 months

  • H2020. Opportunities for SMEs 9

    Lighthouse projects

    in Smart Cities

    SCC-1-2016-2017

    Internet of things

    IoT-1-2016

    Cross

    Cutting

  • 10

    Lighthouse projects

  • Lighthouse projects in Smart Cities

    SCC-1-2016-2017

    11

    TRL7 or above!

    3 cities (core)

    3 cities (followers)

    Ecosystem around each city

    Projects lead by cities (TALK TO THEM)

    12-18M per

    project

    To demonstrate solutions at district scale integrating smart buildings,

    smart grids, energy storage, electric vehicles and smart charging

    infrastructures, using the latest generation ICT platforms (and

    infrastructure) based on open specifications

    F

    I

    W

    A

    R

    E

  • Lighthouse projects in Smart Cities. Existing cities 12

    Valladolid (ES)

    Nottingham (UK)

    Eskisehir (TU)

    Eindhoven (NE)

    Manchester (UK)

    Stavanger (NO)

    San Sebastin (ES)

    Florence (IT)

    Bristol (UK)

    Running projects in the following cities (they cannot repeat)

    London (UK)

    Lisbon (PT)

    Milan (IT)

    Vitoria (ES)

    Tartu (EE)

    Sonderborg (SE)

    Lyon (FR)

    Munich (DE)

    Vienna (AT)

  • Lighthouse projects in Smart Cities. Final tips 13

    Complex

    projects

    60M

    for 5-7 projects

    05 April 2016

  • 14

    IoT projects

  • IoT projects. IoT-1-2016 15

    TRL7 or above! 15-30M per

    project

    The challenge is to foster the deployment of IoT solutions in Europe

    through integration of advanced IoT technologies across the value chain,

    demonstration of multiple IoT applications at scale and in a usage context,

    and as close as possible to operational conditions.

    5 Pilots: Smart living environments for ageing well

    Smart Farming and Food Security

    Wearables for smart ecosystems

    Reference zones in EU cities

    Autonomous vehicles in a connected environment

    F

    I

    W

    A

    R

    E

  • IoT Projects. Final tips 16

    Complex

    projects

    100M

    for 1project per

    pilot

    12 April 2016

    Search good

    consortiums!

  • 17

    H2020 - exceptions

  • Why exceptions? 18

  • Exceptions. New instruments inside H2020 19

    SME Instrument FTI PhD recruitment in SMEs

  • 20

    SME Instrument

  • 21

    SMEs on

    their own or

    consortia

    Broad

    topics:

    nearly

    bottom-up

    SME Instrument

    3 DIFFERENT PHASES

  • SME Instrument. Phase 1 22

    Funding 50.000

    Proposal 10 pages (a business plan)

    Score +12/15

    Length 6 months

    Activities covered:

    risk assessment, market study, user involvement,

    Intellectual Property (IP) management, innovation

    strategy development, partner search, feasibility of

    concept (this is the basis for the Phase 2 proposal).

  • SME Instrument. Phase 2 23

    Funding 70% [0.5M - 2M]

    Proposal 30 pages

    Score +12/15

    Length 1-2 years

    Activities covered

    demonstration, testing, prototyping, piloting, scaling-up,

    miniaturisation, design, market replication

  • SME Instrument. Phase 3 24

    No direct funding!

    Activities covered

    Indirect support measures and services as well as access

    to the financial facilities. Building a community of

    successful European SMEs and easing investment by VC

    and big companies.

  • SME Instrument. Dates 25

    Phase 1

    Phase 2

    24-02-2016

    03-05-2016

    07-09-2016

    09-11-2016

    15-02-2017

    03-05-2017

    06-09-2017

    08-11-2017

    03-02-2016

    14-04-2016

    15-06-2016

    13-10-2016

    18-01-2017

    06-04-2017

    01-06-2017

    18-10-2017

  • SME Instrument. Success Stories 26

    Also from the FIWARE Accelerate Programme

    2 out of the 3 best projects in FINODEX call 1

    succeeded in SME phase 1 instrument too.

  • 27

    Fast Track to Innovation topic

  • 28 Fast Track to Innovation

    Projects near to the market

    Validated Technologies

    Prototypes developed

  • 29

    3-5 entities (mainly

    SMEs) Bottom-up

    Fast Track to Innovation

    1-3M funding

    Innovation Action

    (70%-100%)

    2-3 years length and

    then go-to-market

  • 30 FTI. Main activities

    Demonstration

    Developing and Testing / Scaling up

    Deep market analysis

    Partners search Business agreements

    FTI

  • FTI. Tips for a good proposal 31

    Include the whole value

    chain of the product /

    service:

    Supplier Manufacturer

    End customer

    ESR with detailed

    comments about the

    project. Use it to improve

    your proposal.

    Be concise. You have 30

    pages

    Describe the extended and

    refined version of the

    business plan

  • FTI. Dates 32

    15-03-2016

    01-06-2016

    25-10-2016

  • 33

    PhD recruitment in SMEs

  • PhD recruitment in SMEs. Objective 34

    SMEs are supported to employ a highly-skilled

    experienced researcher e.g an 'associate' for one year

    from September 2017. With their associate, these

    SMEs will explore for one year the potential of their

    innovative idea and turn it into an innovation project.

  • PhD recruitment in SMEs. stages 35

    Phase 1: 11/02-30/06/2016 - Testing

    ideas and job vacancies

    Phase 2: (optional): 01/07/2016-

    28/02/2017 - Parallel recruiting

    phase

    Phase 3: 01/03-30/04/2017 Publish

    your job offer

  • 36

    Urban Innovation Action

  • Urban Innovation Actions 37

    Not H2020

    Innovative actions

    under four domains. 31/03/2016

    5M project

    80% funding

    3 years

    Projects lead by ONE city

  • Urban Innovation Actions . Topics 38

    Integration of migrants and refugees

    Energy transition

    Job and skills in the local economy

    Urban poverty

  • And last but not least 39

    Public funding

    Your business

  • Thanks!

    info@finodex-project.eu

    www.finodex-project.eu

    finodex Future Internet Open Data Expansion

    This project is co-funded by the European Union

    mailto:info@finodex-project.eumailto:info@finodex-project.eumailto:info@finodex-project.euhttp://www.finodex-project.eu/http://www.finodex-project.eu/http://www.finodex-project.eu/

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