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Horizon 2020: Space 2018-2020 (H2020-SPACE-2018-2020)

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Funding details
Registration opens
31 Oct 2017, 17:00
Registration closes
06 Mar 2018, 17:00
06 Mar 2018, 17:00
A share of €104m
Horizon 2020

*** Please refer to the Participant Portal (Links Below) for up to date and correct information. ***


Horizon 2020 Earth observation (EO) activities are considered an essential element to accompany the investments made by the Union in Copernicus, the Union Earth observation and monitoring programme. Through Copernicus and Earth Observation activities in the Horizon 2020 the European Union also contributes to advancing the Global Earth Observation Systems of Systems (GEOSS).

In particular, activities under the societal challenge for climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials focus on contributing to and drawing benefit from GEOSS. This aims notably at the development of comprehensive and sustained global environmental observation and information systems that stimulate the smart use of strategic resources, support the development of evidence-based policies, foster new environmental and climate services, and develop new opportunities in global markets. Activities under the Leadership in Industrial Technologies part focus on the evolution of Copernicus and the exploitation of existing European space infrastructure by promoting the development of innovative products and services based on remote sensing, geo-positioning or other types of satellite enabled data as well as geo-information generated already by services such as Copernicus services.

This call for proposals includes the following topics. Click on the topic to link directly to the Participant Portal.

DT-SPACE-01-EO-2018-2020: Copernicus market uptake

DT-SPACE-07-BIZ-2018: Space hubs for Copernicus

DT-SPACE-08-BIZ-2018: Space outreach and education

LC-SPACE-02-EO-2018: Copernicus evolution – Mission exploitation concepts

LC-SPACE-03-EO-2018: Copernicus evolution – Preparing for the next generation of Copernicus Marine Service ocean models

LC-SPACE-14-TEC-2018-2019: Earth observation technologies

SPACE-10-TEC-2018-2020: Technologies for European non-dependence and competitiveness

SPACE-11-TEC-2018: Generic space technologies

SPACE-12-TEC-2018: SRC – Space robotics technologies

SPACE-15-TEC-2018: Satellite communication technologies

SPACE-16-TEC-2018: Access to space

SPACE-20-SCI-2018: Scientific instrumentation and technologies enabling space science and exploration

For full details of the calls for proposals, please click the Register button below to link directly to the Participant Portal.

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