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The first NCBR competition as part of the national reconstruction plan – KPO IPCEI CIS for digital transformation.

24.01.2024 | Świętokrzyskie Centrum Innowacji I Transferu Technologii Sp. z o.o.
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Increasing security in cyberspace, securing data processing infrastructure and digitizing the infrastructure of services responsible for security are the goals of the KPO IPCEI CIScompetition, announced by theNational Center for Research and Development (NCBR) for Investment C3.1.1 as part of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (KPO).A budget of almost PLN 445 million was allocated for the implementation of the measure.

The National Reconstruction Plan includes, among others: undertaking investment activities aimed at supporting data processing infrastructure, including under IPCEI-CIS, i.e. regarding important projects of common European interest in the field of next generation cloud infrastructure and services (Important Project of Common European Interest on Next Generation Cloud Infrastructure and Services ).

– The competition will select research and development projects involving the implementation of innovative next-generation cloud solutions that fit into the value chain of the IPCEI mechanism and are characterized by a high level of innovation, a positive impact on the environment, while contributing to the increase in the competitiveness of the entire European industry and further development of the common digital market – added Dr. Jacek Orzeł.

The KPO IPCEI CIScompetition is consistent with the objectives of Investment C3.1.1 Cybersecurity – CyberPL, infrastructure for data processing and provision of digital services, and optimization of the infrastructure of state services responsible for security, and serves the development and first industrial implementations of advanced research and development projects towards building cloud and edge computing.

The KPO IPCEI CIS competition, organized as part of the C3.1.1 KPO Investment, is addressed to independent applicants who are divided into two categories:

  • Direct Partners, i.e. entities planning the implementation of important projects of common European interest (IPCEI projects), for which the European Commission issued a positive decision allowing the granting of assistance in the notification procedure, and
  • Indirect Partners, i.e. entities (including enterprises and research organizations) whose activities contribute to the implementation of the objectives of IPCEI-CIS.

More information and competition documentation are available on the website NCBR.

We cordially invite you!!!

KPO-IPCEI poster