This webinar on Space for Safety & Defence is organised by the Netherlands Space Office NSO in collaboration with dotSPACE. This webinar is part of a series of webinars on open funding calls for the Dutch and European space (data) sector.
This webinar will showcase selected new funding calls from Horizon Europe and other sources, like the European Development Fund (EDF) and Digital Europe. We have selected calls that are relevant for organisations working with space technology, space data and space applications.
This edition will focus on funding opportunities that are already open or about to open soon, around opportunities related to Horizon Europe category ‘Safety & Defence’.
During the webinar, we will look at opportunities for collaboration between Dutch and European organisations that are active in space, space data, and space applications.
Open Calls Network
For all info on all funding calls for space, see our Open Calls pages.
*The main part of the webinar (speakers’ presentations, review of selected open calls, as well as 1-minute pitches) will take 45 minutes to 1 hour (16:00-17:00 CET). After this we keep the Zoom meeting open for networking.
Horizon Europe Cluster 3: Civil security for society
The topic of safety & defence falls largely under the Horizon Europe Cluster 3 calls. This cluster responds to the challenges arising from persistent security threats, including cybercrime, as well as natural and man-made disasters.
The expected impacts of this cluster are contained in the Horizon Europe strategic plan.
Areas of intervention
- disaster-resilient societies
- protection and security
- fighting crime and terrorism (including organised crime and cybercrime)
- border management (including customs security and maritime security)
- resilient infrastructure
- cybersecurity (including security of network and information systems and certification)
- disaster-resilient societies (including against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incidents; climate-related risks and extreme events; geological disasters, such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis; pandemics)