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ARTEMIS-JU Call 2012 for industrial innovation in Embedded Computing Systems

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Brussels, 20 April 2012 - With about 140 mio €  funding from the 23 participating “ARTEMIS Member States” and the European Commission, the ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking (JU) published its Call 2012 for R&D proposals on 19 April. The ARTEMIS JU, a pan-European public-private research partnership, addresses embedded computer systems that – while running almost unnoticed by users – have a big impact on our daily lives. Their impact goes beyond improving the innovation capability and competitiveness of industry; they also deliver real solutions to society’s concerns about energy use, safety and healthcare.

In its Strategic Research Agenda 2011 ARTEMIS documented that Networked Embedded Systems are THE NEURAL SYSTEM OF SOCIETY. Embedded Systems pervade all artefacts of life, from mobile phones to space probes and from transportation vehicles to healthcare systems. Embedded Systems will be part of all future products and services, providing intelligence on the spot and capabilities to provide clever connections to the abundant systems in their environment, either physical or at cyber-space level, in real time. 98 % of computing devices are embedded in all kinds of electronic equipment and machines. Forecasts predict that more than 40 billion embedded processors will be in use by 2020. These are the facts that underline the importance of the ARTEMIS initiative and the potential impact the results can have on European competitiveness.  

"The Call for proposals launched on 19 April confirms that ARTEMIS has consolidated its key role for European research in the area of embedded computing systems," said Eric Schutz, Executive Director of the autonomous ARTEMIS-JU Office in Brussels. "Despite the aftermath of the financial crisis, the close and unique collaboration between industry and public authorities is bearing its fruit. ARTEMIS proves that a new way of managing industrial research programmes in Europe is possible by pooling resources from Member States and the Commission and by engaging industry in the process."

The ARTEMIS programme is industry driven. The members of the ARTEMIS Industry Association for stakeholders in Embedded Systems, define the strategic backbone of the ARTEMIS innovation for Europe. Dr Klaus Grimm, President of ARTEMIS Industry Association and Chair of the ARTEMIS-JU Governing Board, sees much interest in the ARTEMIS approach which he considers to be “a combined effort with companies, research institutes and SMEs together with the EU and national public funding authorities. A common strategic research agenda, developed in both a top-down and bottom-up approach, integrating all potential stakeholders in a combined effort.”  

The fourth call for proposals in 2011 resulted in nine high-end research projects being negotiated early this year. The ARTEMIS-JU Call for 2012, is the fifth one and opened on 19 April to Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, Knowledge & Research Organisations and Large Enterprises.  Participants should collaborate with at least three independent entities from three ARTEMIS Member States.    

The ARTEMIS Call 2012 is special in a number of ways. This call, following the half-way mark of the programme, represents a step-up towards the ARTEMIS strategic goal of building “self-sustaining innovation eco-systems”, starting from the project clusters and “centres of innovation excellence” that ARTEMIS has already produced. This is reflected in the ARTEMIS Annual Work Programme, which defines the technical content of the Call. The ARTEMIS Annual Work Programme for 2012 calls for two types of project: ARTEMIS Sub-Programme projects as described in the Annual Work Programme part A and ARTEMIS Innovation Pilot Projects as described in Part B of the Annual Work Programme. The proposals should be focused on industrial research and technology development in an application context.  

TTo help companies with the preparation of their project proposals and consortium building, the ARTEMIS Industry Association that supports R&D actors within the ARTEMIS JU, organises information and matchmaking workshops around Europe that are open for everyone interested in collaborative research through ARTEMIS. The next matchmaking workshop takes place on 11 May in Gdansk, Poland.  

Call information available on: http://www.artemis-ju.eu/Call2012

 

2012042901 / 29.4.2012 / Company info / ARTEMIS


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