- Publikācijas datums
- 2022. gada 20. jūlijs
- Sākuma datums
- Termiņa veids
- Viens posms
- Termiņa datums
- 2021. gada 9. decembris, 17.00 (CET)
- Finansējuma programma
With the selected proposals, the EDF will support high-end defence capability projects such as the next generation of aircraft fighters, tanks and ships, as well as critical defence technologies such as military cloud, AI, semiconductors, space, cyber or medical counter- measures. It will also spearhead disruptive technologies, notably in quantum technologies and new materials and tap into promising SMEs and start-ups.
- This page contains the general overview factsheet of the results and the individual project factsheets. Please note that the individual project factsheets represent the proposals that will be invited to grant agreement preparation. These factsheets are for information purposes only and do not bind the Commission to any contractual agreement.
The list of members in the project factsheets below are the beneficiaries of the projects. The overall participation statistics also include affiliated entities and named subcontractors. These are not named in the factsheet.
Factsheet re-use policy: Re-use of the documents contained on this page is allowed, provided appropriate credit is given and any changes are indicated (Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license).
Summary of EDF 2021 Selected Projects - Factsheet
Important note: Certain project fiches have been updated (on 26.01.2023) based on the data of the grant agreement.
Individual Project Factsheets by Category
Air and Missile Defence
Energy and Environment
Materials and Components
Medical Response and CBRN
Open SME calls - Innovative and future-oriented defence solutions
Protection and Mobility