The third and last open call for experiments of EUHubs4Data closed last week, on November 9, with 100 applications received.
Opened in early September, the open call received 100 proposals from 23 different countries, here in alphabetical order: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italia, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden.
The infographic below provides additional insights into the applications’ provenance. It is interesting to note that in this call, EUH4D received applications from countries that didn’t submit any in the previous calls, such as Bosnia Herzegovina, Latvia, Lithuania and Norway.
We want to thank our federation of DIHs for supporting the dissemination of the call and for liaising with the SMEs to promote the opportunities offered by the call.
The third open call proves the growing interest of SMEs in the opportunities offered by EUH4D to support cross-border data-driven innovation experiments leveraging the data and services catalogues set up by the project.
The results of the third open call exceed the expectations compared to the previous editions; in fact, the first open call gathered 93 proposals out of 22 countries, and the second 78 applications from 21 different countries.
Keep on following us to know more about the selected experiments!