Fast Track Innovation and Uptake Virtualisation and Cybersecure Data-Sharing

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Programme Category

EU Competitive Programmes

Programme Name

SESAR Joint Undertaking

Programme Description

The SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking is an institutionalised European partnership between private and public sector partners set up to accelerate through research and innovation the delivery of the Digital European Sky.

Programme Details

Identifier Code

HORIZON-SESAR-2022-DES-IR-01-WA5-2

Call

Fast Track Innovation and Uptake Virtualisation and Cybersecure Data-Sharing

Summary

Project results are expected to contribute to the following expected outcomes.

  • Environment. Improved sectorisation will ensure more efficient flight routes and more optimal profiles and reduce delays at network level. At local level, requirements in respect of equipment and therefore power supply and cooling will be reduced.
  • Capacity. Flexibility of sector-shifting to adapt to traffic demand and make best use of capacity at network level.
  • Cost-efficiency. Potential reduction in infrastructure and the possible creation of competition between future data suppliers, which would reduce costs.
  • Safety. Safety levels will be maintained, since virtualisation will have no impact on them.

Detailed Call Description

  • Future data-sharing service delivery model. This refers to the development of digital platforms and services leveraging state-of-the-art technologies to enable future ATM data-sharing service delivery models (R&I need: future data-sharing service delivery model).
  • Infrastructure as a service: This refers to the development of digital platforms and services leveraging state-of-the-art technologies to enable a service-oriented approach to CNS infrastructure, with widespread implementation of IP-based technologies (R&I need: infrastructure as a service).
  • Free flow of data among trusted users across borders. This element will involve the development of digital platforms and services leveraging state-of-the-art technologies to enable the sharing of data through interoperable platforms and the exchange of open data between trusted partners, combined with open architecture policies (R&I need: free flow of data among trusted users across borders).
  • Cyber-resilience. This refers to the development of digital platforms and services leveraging state-of-the-art technologies to enable the protection of information and information systems, manage cyber-resilience risks and implement appropriate safeguards to ensure the delivery of services. In this context, it is necessary to apply best practices and specific techniques already established in other domains such as banking (e.g. system design principles, cryptography, blockchain, software-defined networking) (R&I need: cyber-resilience).

(further details in the Funding&Tenders page)

 

 

Call Total Budget

€22,000,000

Financing percentage by EU or other bodies / Level of Subsidy or Loan

The funding rate is 70 % of the eligible costs regardless of the legal status of the Beneficiary.

Thematic Categories

  • Information Technology
  • Justice - Security
  • Research, Technological Development and Innovation

Eligibility for Participation

  • Private Bodies
  • Researchers/Research Centers/Institutions

Eligibility For Participation Notes

Beneficiaries will be subject to the following additional dissemination obligations:

  • Beneficiaries must make proactive efforts to share on a royalty free basis, in a timely manner and as appropriate, all relevant results with the other grants awarded under the same call.
  • Beneficiaries must acknowledge and incorporate these obligations in the proposal, outlining the efforts they will make towards meeting them, and in Annex I to the Grant Agreement.

Call Opening Date

07/04/2022

Call Closing Date

13/10/2022

EU Contact Point

EuroHPC JU

info@eurohpc-ju.europa.eu

(Publish Date: 19/04/2022-for internal use only)

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