Funding for companies in the satellite and ITS sectors
25 SMEs will be offered €4000 to participate in the Intelligent Transport System Congress 2015, in addition to exhibition space and coaching to make the most of the opportunity.
Capital High Tech, an EBN member, is involved in a H2020 - Galileo project called JUPITER coordinated by the Aerospace Valley cluster, aiming at promoting the use of European Global Navigation Satellite System (EGNSS) in the Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) sector in Europe and worldwide. The project is launching a call for candidates (open to all nationalities: Europe and worldwide) targeting SMEs: 25 SMEs developing or having already developed a solution (product or service) using EGNSS for the ITS sector will be selected and rewarded with, notably, a financial support (4000€) to attend the ITS World Congress 2015 as well as a free 6m2 spot on the JUPITER stand during the Congress. They will also be given the opportunity to participate to B2B meetings held during the Congress.
Application form for SMEs is available here
In addition a second call is open for 15 local authorities willing to implement, or implementing already a solution using EGNSS for ITS on their territory will be selected and will be given, notably, a 3000€ voucher to participate to the ITS World Congress 2015 as well as a free spot on the JUPITER stand during the Congress. They will also be given the opportunity to participate to B2B meetings held during the Congress.
Application form for local authorities is available here
If you have further questions please contact Pauline Théophane from Aerospace Valley
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