Our EEN partners from Berlin-Brandenburg organise a webinar to present funding opportunities for robotic solutions. The goal of this format is to inform participants about funding opportunities and to give them the opportunity to meet suitable partners to build consortias.
Next event “EEN presents | Funding opportunities for robotic solutions” (16.02.2021) focuses on the calls Trinity, RIMA and DIH² that support implementation of robotic solutions in the value chain with up to 300.000 €. Thus, the web seminar is primarily aimed at start-ups and SME that can be assigned to the manufacturing industry (including robotic technology providers).
What does the virtual workshop offers?
Participants learn in the virtual workshop how to best prepare for a Trinity, RIMA or DIH² project application and how to find suitable partners for your project.
- They get first-hand information from the project offices (Trinity, RIMA or DIH²)
- They can present their innovative project idea in a 2-3 minutes pitch (seats limited) to find a suitable project partner and to receive valuable feedback
- Network with stakeholders from the manufacturing industry and exchange ideas with robotic technology provider
- What is Trinity?
TRINITY invites small and medium sized enterprises and slightly bigger companies (<500 employees) and encourage them to build consortia to plan, implement, and disseminate ICT technologies including robotics, IoT and cybersecurity to facilitate agile production in European companies. The TRINITY ecosystem provides up to €300,000 equity free funding for SME use case demonstrators. Please find more information here.
- What is RIMA?
RIMA will support the development and deployment of robotics Inspection & Maintenance applications with grants for one type of eligible actions: Robotics Innovation Experiment (RIE). Robotics Innovation Experiment (RIE) consists of developing, testing and validating the technical and economic viability of a robotic system prototype demonstrated in an operational environment. As a mini consortium you can receive financial support up to € 150K for innovative proposals. Please find more information here.
- What is DIH²?
The DIH² project actively supports innovative solutions and new ideas that improve manufacturing in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) through the use of robotics. Consortium of at least one SME and one technology solution provider can apply and receive max. 248.000 € funding. Please find more information here.
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