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Sectors: Industry, Justice - Security, New technologies, Research

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Local and Regional authorities, Research centres, SMEs, Universities

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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EU Member States and Norway

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Funds for: Tackling the issue of the critical defence technological dependencies for the EU
Main beneficiaries: Research centres, SMEs, Universities

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: Tackling the issue of the critical defence technological dependencies for the EU
Main beneficiaries: Research centres, SMEs, Universities

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Objective
– To provide an effective way for tackling the issue of the critical defence technological dependencies for the EU regarding current and future systems and capabilities

Among financed actions
– Mapping of the ITAR and other non EU sourced components and materials in the systems developed by the EU industry and used and to be used by the EU armed forces. The mapping should cover the dependencies in the full spectrum of the value chain, possibly down to the raw material sourcing;
– Identify critical technology building blocks and possibly components for future systems and disruptive capabilities for which European technology non-dependence will be crucial. The activity should be based on the results of the European Defence Technology Runway Part I on future trends and aim to identify the major technical challenges in these critical areas for which non-dependence will be crucial;
– Develop a methodology to assess the supply risk of technologies and components of two first points and their criticality for armed forces and the defence industry. Such methodology should be established in consultation with ministries of defence and the defence industry;
– Prepare technology roadmaps, ideally including cost substantiated predictions, and suggest business models for selected technologies, taking into account supply risk and criticality. An assessment of the scientific, technological and manufacturing readiness of the European ecosystem should be included. This activity should also propose actions in line with the technology roadmaps and suggested business models