CPSE Labs launches its 3rd Open Call for Innovation Projects

The consortium of nine partners invites technology and engineering firms to submit proposals for industrial experiments to develop innovative cyber-physical products and services

Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering Labs (a.k.a CPS Labs), a consortium made up of nine technology partners, has opened, until the 22nd of June, its “3rd Open Call for Innovation Projects”. This appeal has the aim of the collaboration of enginnering and technology companies to look for the design of new products and innovative services. The choosen proposals will be awarded up to €150,000 and will also recieve technical support to develop their ideas.

The field of CPS includes developers and manufacturers of devices and software, technology suppliers, and systems integrators.

Read the full details of the 3rd open call  in this official PDF document.

Who collaborates in this call?

The choosen experiments will be supported by, at least, one of the CPSE Labs Design Centres, which are these:

  • ONERA
  • LAAS-CNRS
  • OFFIS
  • Fortisss
  • Univ. Politécnica de Madrid
  • Indra Sistemas
  • KTH
  • Newcastle University

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Main details

This call for experiment proposals is issued by the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project CPSE Labs (CPS Engineering Labs – expediting and accelerating the realization of cyber-physical systems, Grant Agreement Number 644400).

  • Date of publication: April 27th 2016
  • Deadline: June 22nd, 2016 – 17h00 (Brussels time)
  • Proposal language: English
  • Submission: email experiment proposals to open-call@cpse-labs.eu
  • Call identifier: CPSELabs-16-01

 

Call documents

 

More details at http://www.cpse-labs.eu/calls.php

 

 

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