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EIT Urban Mobility (Horizon Europe) – Mobility for more liveable urban spaces – 2023

EIT Urban Mobility (Horizon Europe) - Mobility for more liveable urban spaces aiming at developing a new product/services/solutions or significantly improve an existing product/services/solutions.

Detailed budget by topic below

Appeal framework

Institution European Commission
Sectors Buildings & Public Works Environment & Climate Territorial Development Transport
Beneficiaries EU & International Organisation Large company (> 250 employees) Local Authority & Affiliated Entity Research centre & university Smes & Start-Ups (< 249 Employees) State administration & affiliated entities
Regions Developing countries, European Economic Area, European Union
  • Member States
  • Associated Countries
  • Low and middle-income countries

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Priorities and funded actions


  • To develop a new product/services/solutions or significantly improve an existing product/services/solutions.
  • To conduct a full demonstration of the product/service/solution in a real-life urban environment within the project implementation period.

Among financed actions

  • Topic 1: Examples of technologies are, but are not limited to, electric propulsion systems, autonomous operation, hydrogen fuel cell technology, fast charging and/or wireless charging technology, shore-to-ship power technology, solar-powered systems, energy storage solutions, and smart charging algorithms, security and safety solutions, and monitoring systems for green ferries.
  • Topic 2: Examples of technologies are but are not limited to real-time tracking and schedule information for public transport vehicles, city apps covering smart ticketing and fare collection systems, intelligent transportation systems for traffic management and optimization, big data analytics for transportation demand forecasting and network planning, and 5G and IoT-enabled technologies for enhanced communication and data exchange between vehicles and infrastructure.

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is an open call for proposals
  • Inital duration of the action: 9 months


  • Be legal person (private or public)
  • As a minimum requirement, all proposals must be composed of at least two applicants from two different countries from the EU or third countries associated to Horizon Europe.
  • Proposals must have no more than four consortium partners
  • Each consortium has to include at least one commercial partner responsible for the marketed innovation. The organisation(s) that will organise and/or support the implementation of the in-situ demonstration must be part of the consortium or/and provide a letter of support describing the role they will play and the resources they will foresee.

Amount per topic:

  • Topic 1: Sustainable & efficient waterborne transportation: 300 000 euro
  • Topic 2: Democratisation of large-scale ICT solution for smaller public transport
    authorities in financially-constrained RIS cities: 250 000 euro

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