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JPI CH – Space for tourism – 2023

Joint Programming Initiatives - Space for tourism aiming at developing and facilitating the adoption of innovative digital technology integrated with space and non-space solutions to accelerate good practices towards sustainable development that will help the tourism sector reach the Agenda 2030.

2023-09-29
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Appeal framework

Program Joint Programming Initiatives
Institution European Commission
Sectors Aeronautics & Space Research & Innovation Technology & Digital Tourism Transport
Beneficiaries Large company (> 250 employees) Research centre & university Smes & Start-Ups (< 249 Employees)

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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives

  • To  develop and facilitate the adoption of innovative digital technology integrated with space and non-space solutions to accelerate good practices towards sustainable development that will help the tourism sector reach the Agenda 2030
  • To promote the development of sustainable integrated downstream services in the domain of tourism
  • To build partnerships with champions, early adopters and anchor users to foster development and utilisation of downstream solutions complemented by advanced technologies and space resources
  • To reach out to non-space communities that are active in the tourism sector and facilitate networking with space and new-space actors and pursue international collaborations to support global adoption and interoperability
  • To provide pre-operational demonstrations to the prospective users and customers of the proposed services show-casing the benefits deriving from the utilization of space

Priorities

  • Priority 1 – Use of digital and connectivity solutions to help the tourism sector embrace new business models required in post COVID-19
  • Priority 2 – Technology and services to ensure transparency and traceability according to relevant protocols (including border controls) and enable efficient implementation of new regulations
  • Priority 3 – Applications and services to help tourism sector become more resilient to natural / man-made disasters and health issues
  • Priority 4 – To support the tourism sector resume and keep on innovating and transforming

Among financed actions

  • Feasibility Studies, which provide the preparatory framework to identify, analyse and define new potentially sustainable services
  • Demonstration Projects, dedicated to the implementation and demonstration of preoperational services

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is an open call for proposals.

Eligibility

  • Be a compagny or a research institution
Financement
  • Co-financing rate : between 50% and 80% of the total eligible costs

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