This third bilateral open call targets experiments in which an academic partner (tech provider) transfers a particular novel hardware or software technology in the domain of customized low energy computing to a receiving industry partner (tech receiver) for novel or improved products or processes based on Cyber‐Physical Systems (CPS) and the Internet of Things (IOT).

Hence, applications must be submitted by consortia including, at least, one academic partner (publicly funded, university or research institution) and one industry partner (privately funded, preferably an SME or mid-cap), from two different EU Member States or H2020 associated countries. However, in justified cases, both partners can be SMEs.

Entities which have already received more than €100,000 via open calls (FSTP) from I4MS and SAE initiatives are not eligible.

This open call has been launched on 30th September 2019 and has a deadline for applications’ submission on 31 December 2019 at 23:59 CET (Brussels time).

Selected experiments may receive a funding amount ranging between €20,000 and €50,000 per experiment (on average, financial support of €35,000 per TTX is anticipated) and must have a duration between 6 and 12 months (with earliest possible starting date on 1st April 2020 and latest possible ending date by the end of April 2021). Maximum possible funding per TTX partner over all TETRAMAX open calls is limited to €60,000.

Expressions of interest from DIHBU members are welcome!

The TETRAMAX project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme and aims to boost innovation by stimulating, organizing and evaluating different kinds of Technology Transfer Experiments for innovative advanced digital technologies for novel electronic and non‐electronic products in the area of Customized Low‐ Energy Computing (CLEC) for Cyber‐Physical Systems (CPS) and the Internet of Things (IOT).