TARGET-X Second Open Call has its Submission deadline EXTENDED by the 6th of March, 2024 at 17:00 Brussels Time
TARGET-X launches its Second Open Call to strengthen important economic sectors in Europe by integrating 5G and 6G, accelerating the digital transformation. Companies of any size, Universities and RTOs can now apply to the second Open Call.
You can submit your proposals through the Target-X Open Call microsite between 6th of December 2023 at 13:00 (CET, Brussels time) and the 6th of March, 2024 at 17:00 (CET, Brussels time).
Make sure to take a look at the Guide for Applicants and the FAQ so you are well informed before applying.
At any time you can submit your question(s) through the TARGET-X Help Desk! Don’t hesitate to ask!
An ‘Open Call Q&A Webinar’ organized by the TARGET-X project (www.target-x.eu) was held Friday 9th of February to answer questions regarding the open call topics, evaluation criteria etc. and how to submit a winning application.
Here are the key details:
- More info about this 2nd Call: https://target-x-2oc.fundingbox.com/
- Open Call Information: OPEN CALLS – TARGET X (target-x.eu)
TARGET-X will launch two open calls to select up to 100 third parties distributing 6 Million € among them.
The funding instrument will include a lump-sum grant of up to 60,000€ per Third Party (whereas a consortium made up of 2 third parties can receive up to 120,000€ in total) for the performance testing or development of devices or solutions oriented to technology providers and use cases.
How to submit
You can submit your proposals through the Target-X Open Call microsite between 6th of December 2023 at 13:00 (CET, Brussels time) and the 6th of March 2024 at 17:00 (CET, Brussels time).
About the TARGET-X Project
The TARGET-X project envisions accelerating the digital transformation of key verticals such as energy, construction, automotive, and manufacturing using large-scale trials in multiple testbeds. By demonstrating, validating, and evaluating the potential of 5G/6G in real environments, technologies such as real-time communication, localization, self-description, digital twinning, and sensor-network data fusion can be tested and evaluated.