EUHubs4Data is an EU-funded project that aims to consolidate as the European reference for data-driven innovation and experimentation, fostering collaboration between data-driven initiatives in Europe, federating solutions in a common global catalogue of data services, and sharing data on a cross-border and cross-sector basis.
EUH4D 2nd open call has received 78 applications from 21 different countries, following up on a very successful open call in 2021.
At the beginning of February 2022, the second open call for experiments closed. Opened in December 2021, it received 78 applications from 21 different countries, following up on a very successful open call in 2021. The countries amongst those proposals have been, in alphabetical order, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.
The EC funded EUHubs4Data project has allocated 5.8M Euros to support third parties to undertake a set of data-driven cross-border experiments through three rounds of open calls. In this second open call, with a total budget of 840K €, EUHubs4Data will select and finance 14 innovative experiments carried out by SMEs and entrepreneurs, making full use of the potential of the EUHubs4Data datasets and data-driven services catalogue. These experiments will contribute to the growth of the global data economy and common European data spaces and will join the Cross-Border Data Driven experiments programme.