IoT4Industry: second call for projects


Don’t miss the second call for projects IoT4Industry

Training Session Tuesday 26 March 2019 10h30 -13h00
Technopole TEAM Henri-Fabre, Marignane

Information and Application


24 projects representing 2,2 million euros of European funds have been selected in the first IoT4Industry call for projects launched in September 2018.

The second call for projects will be opened on the 1st of April and will close on the 11th of June 2019.

You are an actor in the field of IoT, Big Data, AI, Cybersecurity? Your application market is Industry 4.0? You have an innovation project and look at implementing your solution in machines, robots, factories, production processes, stock management, supply chain…?

This call is an opportunity for you: it will fund up to 60 000 euros the feasibility, prototyping, or demonstration of projects targeting the integration of technologies into industrial applications.

To be ready for the call :


  • Participate in the training session of the 26 March from 10h30 to 13h at Technocentre Team Henri-Fabre in Marignane (in French only). Session open to all companies HERE but registration is compulsory. Practical information


About IoT4Industry


IoT4Industry is a 30 months project funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission aims at accelerating collaboration between IoT solutions providers (sensors, communication, Big Data and AI, cybersecurity)and industrials (machine makers, robots, tools, factories) through matchmaking and funding opportunities.
IoT4Industry will provide about 4 million of Euros** to support EU growth and competitiveness through the development of a new cross-sectoral industrial value chain of smart manufacturing, increasing the efficiency of their production, maximizing the impact of the “IoTisation” of industrial SMEs and contribute to a more prosperous Europe.

Official  Website


(*) only for SCS cluster members (full membership 2019)
(**) grants of 60 000 euros maximum per PME beneficary over the IoT4Industry project duration, with a limit of 120 000 euros maximum per collaborative project. Large companies and research centers eligible with no funding.



Guillaume Roux
06 64 50 88 05

The IoT4Industry project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement n°777455


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