The evaluation results of topic DIGITAL-2021-DEPLOY-01-LIVING-EU are shown below:
- Number of proposals submitted: 1
- Number of inadmissible proposals: 0
- Number of ineligible proposals: 0
- Number of above-threshold proposals: 1
Total budget requested for above-threshold proposals: 1.999.988,36 EUR
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FLASH INFORMATION ON THE CALL RESULTS (FLASH CALL INFO)
Call for proposals: Accelerating best use of technologies
Call ID: DIGITAL-2021-DEPLOY-01
Published: 17/11/2021 Deadline: 22/02/2022
Total budget: 9.000.000 EUR
Budget per topic:
- DIGITAL-2021-DEPLOY-01-LIVING-EU: EUR 2.000.000
The Commission has now completed the evaluation of the proposals submitted to the above-mentioned call. The results by topic can be consulted under topic updates.
We recently informed the applicants about the evaluation results for their proposals.
It is expected that grant agreements will be signed by 22.11.2022.
Please note that the number of proposals that can finally be funded will depend on the finally available budget and the formal selection by the Commission.
For further details please see the DIGITAL Europe Programme.
- Governance of the Living-in.eu community: 1
The submission session is now available for: DIGITAL-2021-DEPLOY-01-LIVING-EU(DIGITAL-CSA)
Governance of the Living-in.eu community
TOPIC ID: DIGITAL-2021-DEPLOY-01-LIVING-EU
Outcomes and deliverables
- A well-managed and living community of Living-in.eu stakeholders (including a growing number of signatories);
- Creation of a Community Management Toolkit that enables the management and fosters the growth of the community in a sustainable manner, in collaboration with the EU data space for smart communities (see section 188.8.131.52) and taking into account the European Data Spaces Technical Framework developed by the Data Spaces Support Centre (see topic 184.108.40.206);
- Increased uptake of cross-domain interoperable digital solutions, including local data platforms, and AI-powered local digital twins across EU cities and communities for improved service delivery and to address societal challenges, in particular the objectives of the European Green Deal objectives and the Zero Pollution Action Plan (COM(2021) 400);
- Close collaboration with EU initiatives such as the New European Bauhaus initiative, the Mission on Climate Neutral and Smart Cities and Mission on Adaptation to Climate Change, and others as relevant, in order to promote synergies and alignment with the Living-in.eu principles.
The aim is to support the governance of the Living-in.eu community by coordinating the broad range of activities and stakeholders with various expertise (legal, financial, technical, education and capacity building, impact measuring).Scope:
The project should define the processes of interaction and decision-making among the actors involved in the Living-in.eu community. The activities should comprise:
- Co-creation of the processes, actors, roles, rights, associated timeframes of the various sub-groups and to ensure the development and scaling up of digital smart and green solutions by the community;
- Running the coordination of all activities, including, but not limited to, community building and management, on boarding of new members, communication and exploitation of results, in the context of the Living-in.eu movement for the benefit of all the parties;
- Monitoring and supporting the relevant actions undertaken by the community that contribute to the establishment of interoperable digital platforms in cities and communities and measuring their impact to achieve their smart and sustainability goals.;
- Organise the supply side around a joint vision compatible with Living-in.EU principles for the provision of Local Digital Twins solutions in Europe.
The action is encouraged to cooperate and promote synergies with the data space for smart communities (see section 220.127.116.11), EDGES (see section 5.3.1), the AI TEF for smart communities (see topic 18.104.22.168), the New European Bauhaus initiative, those Horizon Europe missions that work with communities and cities as key implementing partners (e.g. Mission on Climate Neutral and Smart Cities and Mission on Adaptation to Climate Change), the Zero Pollution Stakeholder Platform, and other relevant EU initiatives.Delegation Exception Footnote:
Implementation: European Commission