Precision farming in crop and livestock production

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SMART4ALL startet in die nächste Ausschreibungsrunde

SMART4ALL launches the 2nd open call for transnational knowledge transfer. In particular, initiatives to develop smart applications that facilitate the management of the COVID 19 crisis are eligible to apply. The grants are part of the SMART4ALL project, which is supported by the European Union under Horizon 2020.

SMART4ALL supports small knowledge transfer projects (KTEs) in the form of internships/traineeships or short training programmes (3 months). The aim is to jointly test ideas and to explore their product potential which have not yet been fully developed cross borders.

Institutions (research and industry/SMEs) that are interested in a transnational exchange can apply. One of the partners acts as the sending organisation respectively as the host. The exchange of knowledge in the areas of CLEC (Customised Low Energy Computing) and IoT for digitalisation in the fields of transport, environment, agriculture and others is promoted.

Deadline for application is June 15, 2021.

Find more information on the SMART4ALL website.

SMART4ALL "Selfsustained Cross-Border Customized Cyberphysical System Experiments for Capacity Building among European Stakeholders" is a comprehensive network of Digital Innovation Hubs to promote technology and business development in Southern, Eastern and Central Europe. 25 highly competent partners, including the ATB, from 16 countries in Southern, Eastern and Central Europe are working together to accelerate digital transformation and improve digital skills in Europe. SMART4ALL is funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 872614.

Contact ATB: Tjark Schütte