Co-FACTORProject reference: 637178
Funded under :
H2020-EU.220.127.116.11. - Technologies for Factories of the Future
Cooperate, Communicate and Connect to boost smart Components for tomorrows Industry
Total cost:EUR 319 940
EU contribution:EUR 319 940
Call for proposal:H2020-FoF-2014See other projects for this call
Funding scheme:CSA - Coordination and support action
Co-FACTOR aims at speeding-up the industrial up-take of results of the FoF projects I-Ramp3, ReBORN, SelSus, T-Rex, INTEFIX and Power-OM , whose common topic centers around “smart components”. While the prime focus is on gaining benefit for these projects, the proposed measures also seek to link with program level initiatives in a complementary way. Positioning these projects in the core of a larger cluster set-up involving related initiatives as well as the entire stakeholder panorama of the field, Co-FACTOR pursues the 5 major ambitions:
Cooperate: establish close partnership among the core cluster to give better visibility to those high-level performing projects among industry, scientific community and policy makers.
Communicate: present and promote as a cluster the involved projects and their approaches and achievements among the full range of potential stakeholders as well as public groups and students. Further, to stimulate coherence among “smart components players”.
Converge: leverage the impact of the projects by focusing on the cross-cutting issue „smart components“ and assessing reliable and interoperable solutions and standardization opportunities.
Connect: facilitate the immediate or short-term exploitation of project results in industrial settings creating a win-win-situation for the technology „push“ and „pull“ site.
Consolidate: analyze remaining bottlenecks for „smart components technology“ deployment to formulate thoughtful recommendations for future actions and political framework programs.
Co-FACTOR proposes a set of measures spanning from technology assessment, match making among providers and end-user, propelling last-mile exploitation efforts by innovation management and funding outlook, expert workshops, link to research community and roadmapping to outline future R&D&I needs. These will be part of an extensive dissemination campaign featuring intense and strategic communication, organization of events and profound intra-cluster interaction.
EU contribution: EUR 156 471,25
WILLI BLEICHER STRASSE 19
EU contribution: EUR 34 687,5
EU contribution: EUR 35 750
LE11 3TU LOUGHBOROUGH
EU contribution: EUR 32 843,75
CALLE INAKI GOENAGA 5
20600 EIBAR GUIPUZCOA
EU contribution: EUR 16 687,5
POLO II VILA FRANCA
3030 290 Coimbra
EU contribution: EUR 43 500