Singapore has joined the 2nd EUREKA Clusters Artificial Intelligence (AI) Call. Through this initiative, Singapore companies can receive support in the facilitation and funding of joint innovation projects in the AI domain with entities from 13 other participating EUREKA countries.
The 13 countries are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Netherlands, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and Turkey. The call will be open from 1 March to 28 June 2021, with funding decisions to be made by early-2022.
The call is open to proposals that apply AI to any of a large number of focus areas, including but not limited to Agriculture, Circular Economy, Climate Response, Cybersecurity, eHealth, Electronic Components and Systems, ICT and applications, Industry 4.0, Low Carbon Energy, Safety, Transport and Smart Mobility, Smart Cities, Software Innovation, and Smart Engineering. The full details of the call can be found at https://eureka-clusters-ai.eu.
Who can apply?
Interested Singapore companies must partner entities from at least one of the 13 other participating EUREKA countries on a joint innovation project within the AI domain.
Interested Singapore companies must meet the eligibility criteria for the Enterprise Development Grant (EDG) in order to apply.
How to apply?
Information Webinar & Online Brokerage Tool
An information webinar about this call by Enterprise Singapore will be held on Tuesday, 6 April 2021, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm (SGT / GMT+8). There will be a short Q&A session at the end of this webinar, where queries that Singapore companies may have about the call can be addressed. Interested Singapore companies can click HERE to register.
If you (a) have an idea and are looking for partners; OR (b) are interested in participating in a project proposal, but haven’t yet formed a project idea or proposal, please also do check out the Eureka Clusters AI Call “Brokerage Tool” webpage: https://eureka-clusters-ai.eu/brokerage-tool or submit an enquiry below to have a conversation with us.
Projects that do not involve any co-development or R&D cooperation.