– This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824990
RIMA Info session: New funding opportunity for Dutch businesses within robotics/drones in inspection and maintenance
The RIMA network has in total 8 mill EUR to support European companies in developing and demonstrating new robotics (and drone) technologies within inspection and maintenance. The objective of this info session organized by SPRINT Robotics, TNO and University of Twente is to explain how Dutch businesses can benefit from the up-to 150k EUR per consortium opportunity offered by RIMA in a second call for proposals which opened last December 2020.
What is the second RIMA call for proposals?
RIMA will support Robotics Innovation Experiments (RIE) which includes developing, testing and validating the technical and economic viability of a robotic system prototype to be demonstrated in an operational environment.
There are several good reasons why SMEs or slightly bigger companies (up to 2x the size of a SME) should apply to the 2nd call:
The RIMA consortium will assist you free of charge during the execution of your experiment with Technical Services (consultancy, lab facilities etc), Business Services (organisation, finance, ethics, legal etc.) and Mentoring Services to facilitate a smooth path to bring your innovation onto the market.
More information about the call is available at this link.
Why to join the Info session?
This session will guide interested companies towards the application to the call and our intention is to:
We will showcase some funded projects from the 1st open call and also will allow questions from the attendees.
Start date: 10 February 2021
Start time: 15:30
End date: 10 February 2021
End time: 17:00
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