New industrial value chain for Safe, sECUre and Resilient cIties and Territories – SecurIT. Projektet er startet 1. september 2021.
Projektet løber over 36 måneder fra september 2021 – september 2024.
Første call er åbent indtil 26. april 2022.
CenSec er med i projektet da det giver vores medlemsvirksomheder muligheder for at få adgang til direkte funding for prototype udvikling og demonstrationsprojekter. Hernæst giver det os og vores medlemmer et stort netværk via konsortiepartnerne og mulighed for at identificere forretningsmuligheder.
Læs mere om projektet her.
Fra CenSecs side er Sofie Jensen (firstname.lastname@example.org // 93201540) og Klaus Bolving (email@example.com) projektansvarlige. Kontakt dem for mere information.
Du kan læse nærmere om projektet herunder.
SAFE Cluster (Security & Aerospace), France, more information here
LSEC – Leaders In Security (ICT Security), Belgium, more information here
Pôle SCS (Secured Communicating Solutions), France, more information here
Lithuanian Cybercrime Center of Excellence for Training, Research & Education, Lithuania, more information here
The Hague Security Delta (Security), Netherlands, more information here
Systematic (ICT), France, more information here
Fundingbox Accelerator (FBA) (Funding solutions), Poland, more information here
CenSec (Defence, Space & Security), Denmark, more information on this webiste
Background and purpose
The security sector is considerably evolving, by adapting the offer to the risk and threats and by permanently aggregating emerging innovations. The digital is disrupting this industry, by adding new capacities and new threats. The security sector is very fragmented. SecurIT aims to create a new global competitive security industrial (product & service) value chain by supporting a better integration of innovative security systems, with a cross-sectoral and European approach, to support the time to market optimization, the integration of privacy and security by design at all steps of maturity, with a cross-border collaboration between SMEs and other RDI actors.
This vision is supported by a 4 step-approach:
#1: : Analysis of the demand-side, mobilizing 40 integrators/end-users to identify their needs and 42 potential demonstrators including major actors as large industry, cities, critical infrastructures operators that will join SecurIT as user group, experiment hosting or supportive partners (26 support letters, among these are AIRBUS, THALES, ATOS, COESS, ECSO, cities, EEN etc.).
#2&3: Involving supply sides (SMEs), aiming to get 300 EoI to participate in SecurIT and attracting +1000 SMEs to get part through outreach actions.
#4: Select and Support 63 innovation projects involving 126 SMEs with over 3,5M€ of FSTP through 2 Instruments of support from TRL5 to TRL9 (Prototyping and Demonstration/Pilot), and +700K€ in services provided by partners. Highquality experts will be involved in the SMEs selection process.
The consortium is as a whole, with 7 Security and complementary Clusters from France, Belgium, Lithuania, The Netherlands and Denmark, coming from most relevant security / cybersecurity Regional Innovation Hubs in Europe, and the SecurIT partners have experience in open call management at national and European level.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 101005292