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Standardisation Booster for H2020 & HE research results

Project description

Boosting the standardisation impact of R&I projects

The standardisation of R&I project results is crucial for their success in the EU. With this in mind, the EU funded project will enhance the standardisation impact of projects funded by H2020 and Horizon Europe by designing and implementing a booster initiative. The project will draw upon the experience of previous projects ( Common Dissemination Booster, and Horizon Results Booster) to offer automated, proactive and premium services that enhance standardisation results from European-led initiatives. Over a 24-month period, the project will provide services to cover more than 1 000 R&I projects. Also, a training academy will be established to nurture the next generation of standardisation experts.

Objective will increase the European standardisation impact coming from H2020 & Horizon Europe Research & Innovation projects, by designing, launching, and managing a dedicated booster-type initiative. will draw from the positive and practical experience of the H2020 CSA and two previous Boosters (Common Dissemination Booster, CDB & Horizon Results Booster, HRB) and it will:
a) Design and implement an effective range of Automated, Proactive, and Premium Services to boost standardisation results from European-led initiatives;
b) Launch & manage a robust and efficient Facility to serve R&I projects over 30 months, also owing to an External Pool of Experts to support the Premium Services delivered;
c) Deliver a Training Academy of next generation of standardisation experts;
d) Enjoy steering from an authoritative Expert Advisory Group, tapping directly into the WGs & TCs of SDOs, tackling EU priorities, challenges & gaps. is proposed by a lean Consortium of Partners with extensive experience in the Standardisation landscape
Trust-IT Srl (IT), the Coordinator of and CDB, Dublin City University (IE), an active player in SDO WGs & TCs and in educating future standards experts, Dansk Standard (DE), with a track record in increasing European impact on the international standards scene, University of Belgrade (RS), experts in delivering training packages to support standardisation efforts, and SGS (ES), experts in certification.
Principal outputs:
The Service Facility, serving 300+ projects/organisations and providing feedback on the services received,
A continuous Open Call delivering 230+ Premium Services, 250+ experts contractualised, and 1,500+ people trained);
14 Webinars, 3 Workshops, 1 final event, 3 Standards Impact Reports, an engaged, multi-stakeholder Community of 2,000+ individuals in Europe, bridging the R&I community (1,000+ H2020 and HE projects) and the standardisation experts.


Net EU contribution
€ 588 125,00
56124 Pisa

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The organization defined itself as SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) at the time the Grant Agreement was signed.

Centro (IT) Toscana Pisa
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Total cost
€ 1 026 253,13

Participants (5)