Public sector as Galileo and/or Copernicus user

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Open Call Reference: HORIZON-EUSPA-2022-SPACE-02-52

The topic is dedicated to public administration to procure research and experimental development that exploits space data and services (e.g. Galileo and/or Copernicus) and that meets their needs

– PCP actions in all areas of public sector interest requiring innovative solutions in different market segments that exploit space data
– Reinforce the national policy frameworks and mobilise substantial additional national budgets, as well as awareness raising, technical assistance and/or capacity building
– Preferably focusing on such areas as EGNSS and/or Copernicus for mobility, U-Space concept for drones, monitoring of infrastructure, crisis emergency management, civil security, sustainable development, climate change, coastal area monitoring and modelling

– Stimulate the public sector in Europe to use space downstream products, involving SMEs and midcaps
– Enable public procurers to collectively implement PCPs to close the gap between supply and demand for innovative solutions
– Bring radical improvements to the quality and efficiency of public services by encouraging the development,validation and certification of breakthrough space-based solutions
– Prepare Galileo and/or Copernicus-based solutions for an integrated approach to support national public authorities
– Decrease of the prices of EGNSS and Copernicus based products/services

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