• 2019
    Robotics (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    An area covering several European Union programmes, the projects under which are related to many programmes, such as Factories of the Future and Secure Societies. It covers projects and undertakings related to automation and robotics, which are to revolutionise the EU industry and significantly increase its competitiveness. These are both projects concerning creation of the so-called hubs – sets of competence centres facilitating access to and support of new technologies for entities of various sizes (from large, global players to small, local companies). As well as projects designed to automate very specialised and often niche activities, such as automation and robotisation of grape harvest, or harvest in areas that are hard to reach (for instance in mountain areas).
  • 2019
    Factories of the Future (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    FoF (Factories of the Future) is one of the biggest (with the budget of € 1,150,000,000) European Union programmes, operating on the basis of the Public and Private Partnership. It is a programme with huge significance for the whole European industry. Its main goal is to develop new technologies, products and services that would give Europe the leading position in many industry branches. It is estimated that the total value of the investment will exceed € 6,000,000,000. The programme is addressed particularly to areas of new technologies, such as processing and analysis of Big Data (Data Mining), modern IoT technologies (Internet of Things) and typical production areas based on elements of artificial intelligence. A very large emphasis is put also on collaboration, both regional and European, so that the programme's products and solutions could strengthen the whole EU industry.
  • 2019
    Clean Sky2 (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    Clean Sky is the largest European research and development programme with the budget of € 4,000,000,000, the goal of which is to support the creation of modern environmentally-friendly technologies. Its beneficiaries are consortiums consisting of the world's largest companies of the aviation industry. Thanks to such partners, the solutions developed during the programme have a chance to be implemented on a massive scale. The objectives of the programme are extremely important for the whole environment: among others, 50% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, 80% reduction in nitrogen oxides or 50% aircraft noise reduction. Projects financed under this programme must be characterised not only by a convergence between their goals and its assumptions, but also an adequately large scale of actions, so that they would have an actual impact on improvement in the environment quality. For this reason, these must be only large or very large projects implemented by leaders of the aviation industry.
  • 2018
    Clean Sky2 (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    Clean Sky is the largest European research and development programme with the budget of € 4,000,000,000, the goal of which is to support the creation of modern environmentally-friendly technologies. Its beneficiaries are consortiums consisting of the world's largest companies of the aviation industry. Thanks to such partners, the solutions developed during the programme have a chance to be implemented on a massive scale. The objectives of the programme are extremely important for the whole environment: among others, 50% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, 80% reduction in nitrogen oxides or 50% aircraft noise reduction. Projects financed under this programme must be characterised not only by a convergence between their goals and its assumptions, but also an adequately large scale of actions, so that they would have an actual impact on improvement in the environment quality. For this reason, these must be only large or very large projects implemented by leaders of the aviation industry.
  • 2018
    Robotics (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    An area covering several European Union programmes, the projects under which are related to many programmes, such as Factories of the Future and Secure Societies. It covers projects and undertakings related to automation and robotics, which are to revolutionise the EU industry and significantly increase its competitiveness. These are both projects concerning creation of the so-called hubs – sets of competence centres facilitating access to and support of new technologies for entities of various sizes (from large, global players to small, local companies). As well as projects designed to automate very specialised and often niche activities, such as automation and robotisation of grape harvest, or harvest in areas that are hard to reach (for instance in mountain areas).
  • 2017
    Clean Sky2 (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    Clean Sky is the largest European research and development programme with the budget of € 4,000,000,000, the goal of which is to support the creation of modern environmentally-friendly technologies. Its beneficiaries are consortiums consisting of the world's largest companies of the aviation industry. Thanks to such partners, the solutions developed during the programme have a chance to be implemented on a massive scale. The objectives of the programme are extremely important for the whole environment: among others, 50% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, 80% reduction in nitrogen oxides or 50% aircraft noise reduction. Projects financed under this programme must be characterised not only by a convergence between their goals and its assumptions, but also an adequately large scale of actions, so that they would have an actual impact on improvement in the environment quality. For this reason, these must be only large or very large projects implemented by leaders of the aviation industry.
  • 2017
    Robotics (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    An area covering several European Union programmes, the projects under which are related to many programmes, such as Factories of the Future and Secure Societies. It covers projects and undertakings related to automation and robotics, which are to revolutionise the EU industry and significantly increase its competitiveness. These are both projects concerning creation of the so-called hubs – sets of competence centres facilitating access to and support of new technologies for entities of various sizes (from large, global players to small, local companies). As well as projects designed to automate very specialised and often niche activities, such as automation and robotisation of grape harvest, or harvest in areas that are hard to reach (for instance in mountain areas).
  • 2017
    BEinCPPS (H2020 Reviewer) - European Commission
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    BEinCPPS (Business Experiments in Cyber Physical Production Systems) is an EU project connecting 23 industrial and scientific partners of 8 European countries. Its main purpose is the integration of and support for implementations of CPS platforms (Cyber Physical System) – systems combining the real world with virtual data processing. It provides incredible possibilities, both in integration and cooperation between many systems distant both geographically (location) and system-wise (different platforms and solutions), as well as in processing and interpretation of the collected data on a scale so far unsurpassed.
  • 2017
    Factories of the Future (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    FoF (Factories of the Future) is one of the biggest (with the budget of € 1,150,000,000) European Union programmes, operating on the basis of the Public and Private Partnership. It is a programme with huge significance for the whole European industry. Its main goal is to develop new technologies, products and services that would give Europe the leading position in many industry branches. It is estimated that the total value of the investment will exceed € 6,000,000,000. The programme is addressed particularly to areas of new technologies, such as processing and analysis of Big Data (Data Mining), modern IoT technologies (Internet of Things) and typical production areas based on elements of artificial intelligence. A very large emphasis is put also on collaboration, both regional and European, so that the programme's products and solutions could strengthen the whole EU industry.
  • 2017
    Secure Societies (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    It is one of the vital programs of the European Union under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. Its main goal is the development of procedures and infrastructure ensuring far reaching improvement in the safety of Europe and its inhabitants. This applies both to protections against threats caused by humans as well as by forces of nature. One of the significant elements of the programme is the use of autonomous systems (land, air, water, and space systems) capable of ensuring safety of borders, protection of strategic facilities or critical infrastructure (power lines, gas pipes, bridges, etc.).
  • 2016
    BEinCPPS (H2020 Reviewer) - European Commission
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    BEinCPPS (Business Experiments in Cyber Physical Production Systems) is an EU project connecting 23 industrial and scientific partners of 8 European countries. Its main purpose is the integration of and support for implementations of CPS platforms (Cyber Physical System) – systems combining the real world with virtual data processing. It provides incredible possibilities, both in integration and cooperation between many systems distant both geographically (location) and system-wise (different platforms and solutions), as well as in processing and interpretation of the collected data on a scale so far unsurpassed.
  • 2016
    Factories of the Future (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    FoF (Factories of the Future) is one of the biggest (with the budget of € 1,150,000,000) European Union programmes, operating on the basis of the Public and Private Partnership. It is a programme with huge significance for the whole European industry. Its main goal is to develop new technologies, products and services that would give Europe the leading position in many industry branches. It is estimated that the total value of the investment will exceed € 6,000,000,000. The programme is addressed particularly to areas of new technologies, such as processing and analysis of Big Data (Data Mining), modern IoT technologies (Internet of Things) and typical production areas based on elements of artificial intelligence. A very large emphasis is put also on collaboration, both regional and European, so that the programme's products and solutions could strengthen the whole EU industry.
  • 2016
    Secure Societies (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    It is one of the vital programs of the European Union under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. Its main goal is the development of procedures and infrastructure ensuring far reaching improvement in the safety of Europe and its inhabitants. This applies both to protections against threats caused by humans as well as by forces of nature. One of the significant elements of the programme is the use of autonomous systems (land, air, water, and space systems) capable of ensuring safety of borders, protection of strategic facilities or critical infrastructure (power lines, gas pipes, bridges, etc.).
  • 2016
    Clean Sky2 (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    Clean Sky is the largest European research and development programme with the budget of € 4,000,000,000, the goal of which is to support the creation of modern environmentally-friendly technologies. Its beneficiaries are consortiums consisting of the world's largest companies of the aviation industry. Thanks to such partners, the solutions developed during the programme have a chance to be implemented on a massive scale. The objectives of the programme are extremely important for the whole environment: among others, 50% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions, 80% reduction in nitrogen oxides or 50% aircraft noise reduction. Projects financed under this programme must be characterised not only by a convergence between their goals and its assumptions, but also an adequately large scale of actions, so that they would have an actual impact on improvement in the environment quality. For this reason, these must be only large or very large projects implemented by leaders of the aviation industry.
  • 2015
    Factories of the Future (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    FoF (Factories of the Future) is one of the biggest (with the budget of € 1,150,000,000) European Union programmes, operating on the basis of the Public and Private Partnership. It is a programme with huge significance for the whole European industry. Its main goal is to develop new technologies, products and services that would give Europe the leading position in many industry branches. It is estimated that the total value of the investment will exceed € 6,000,000,000. The programme is addressed particularly to areas of new technologies, such as processing and analysis of Big Data (Data Mining), modern IoT technologies (Internet of Things) and typical production areas based on elements of artificial intelligence. A very large emphasis is put also on collaboration, both regional and European, so that the programme's products and solutions could strengthen the whole EU industry.
  • 2014
    Secure Societies (H2020 Expert / Evaluator) - European Commission
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    It is one of the vital programs of the European Union under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. Its main goal is the development of procedures and infrastructure ensuring far reaching improvement in the safety of Europe and its inhabitants. This applies both to protections against threats caused by humans as well as by forces of nature. One of the significant elements of the programme is the use of autonomous systems (land, air, water, and space systems) capable of ensuring safety of borders, protection of strategic facilities or critical infrastructure (power lines, gas pipes, bridges, etc.).