The EUHubs4Data project announces an open call targeting SMEs (including start-ups) and groups of web entrepreneurs. The application is already open. The deadline is on February 8, 2021.
EUHubs4Data offers a 9‑month supporting program to promote and validate Big Data cross-border experimentation. The project provides a pan-European federated catalog of data-driven services and datasets to let applicants propose experiments for developing innovative products or advanced services. The experiments will focus on different sectors of economic and societal value for Europe, such as Healthcare, Manufacturing, AgriFood, Climate, Mobility, and Energy.
- Technical & business coaching and continuous follow-up support by Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) valued up to €70k
- €60k of financial support
- Visibility & promotion
EUHubs4Data aims to create the European reference for Big Data experimentation and innovation, leveraging the achievements of relevant European initiatives on Big Data, linking all of them in a single ecosystem, composing a whole catalog of data sources and datasets, services, and models, and providing a one-stop-shop that ensures that European companies at any level could easily access the economic opportunities offered by Big Data.
EUHubs4Data is an Innovation Action project co-funded by the European Union and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation program under Grant Agreement No 951771.
Companies interested in the project’s Open Call activities may read all the details here.