SecurIT

SecurIT – New industrial value chain for Safe, sECURe and resilient cIties and  Territories

 

SecurIT is a European project aiming at supporting and co-financing the development of collaborative projects allowing prototyping and experimentation of top-notch technological solutions in the field of Security, with respect of the nowadays ethics, legal, and social challenges. 

The project is structured in three major axes: 

  • Demand analyses (new use cases identification) on the Security market, with integrators and final users (including industrial players, public authorities, managers of critical infrastructures…) 
  • Identification of technological solutions in Europe (solutions and services for digital and physical security) 
  • Matchmaking activities will be proposed by the European clusters of the project consortium, including SCS, to facilitate the consortium building for the applications to the 2 Open Calls for Projects that will be launched by SecurIT. 

SecurIT will support 63 best-in-class projects developped by 126 SMEs across Europe, through 2 cascade funding open calls, with a financing up to 74 k€ per prototyping projects and 88 k€ per demonstrator projects.

 

Calendar :

 

  • Project start: 1 September 2021, (36 months duration) 
  • First Open Call for projects: From January to March 2022 (TBC) 
  • Second Open Call for projects: From February 2023 to April 2023 (TBC)

 

Events  :

 

  • 14/09/2021: Kick Off Meeting, Aix-en-Provence 

Numerous events implying our ecosystem members will take place in the frame of the project, such as workshops in the frame of the use cases identification, Open Calls information meetings… So stay updated! 

 

Partnership  :

 

 

Project Details :

 

  • Program : Horizon 2020, Innosup-01
  • Duration : 1/09/2021 – 31/08/2024 
  • Coordinator : Safe Cluster

 

Communication :

 

  1. Website
  2. Linkedin
  3. Twitter
  4. Facebook

 

Contacts :

 

Marielle Campanella – marielle.campanella@pole-scs.org 

Clémence Castell – clemence.castell@pole-scs.org

 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101005292.