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Title: The FP7 Space Programme


1
The FP7 Space Programme
Massimiliano ESPOSITO Space Research and
Development Unit
2
Overview
  • Space in the Framework Programme
  • FP7 Space Theme
  • GMES
  • Space Foundations
  • Cross-cutting RD issues
  • Outcome Call 3, Frances participation in Call 3
  • Preliminary information on Space Call 4
  • Some info on the Galileo Call

3
The Space theme in FP7
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Space in the EU Research Framework Programmes
  • Space a new activity, first introduced by the 6th
    Framework Programme under the Aeronautics Space
    theme - FP6 (2002-2006)
  • About 230 million over five years.
  • Earth observation (GMES), Satcom, Satnav
  • Focused on applications and services
  • With own Theme in FP7 (2007 2013)
  • About 1.4 billion over 7 years
  • GMES  Strengthening Space Foundations 
  • Services, but also technology development

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The FP7 Space Programme Main topics
  • I. GMES (85 of budget)
  • Land, Marine, Atmosphere, Emergency, Security,
    Climate Change
  • Major investment in the space component and
    operational services
  • II. Strengthening Space Foundations (15 of
    budget)
  • Space Technologies, Exploration, Space
    Transportation, Space Science
  • Upstream research, downstream research (e.g.,
    data exploitation)

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Breakdown of FP7 Space funding
GMESServices, SSF RD
Call 4
Call 3
100 M
670M
114 M
Call 2
Call 1
710 M
48 M
Space data
Space Infrastructure
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FP7-Space
Space-based applications at the service of the
European Society(principally GMES)
RD strengthening Space foundations
Cross-cutting issues
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GMES Architecture
Space Infrastructure
In Situ Infrastructure
OBSERVATION INFRASTRUCTURE
Users
Security Atmosphere
Emergency Marine Land
GMES (core) SERVICES
GMES EU-level Services

Downstream Services the GMES Economy
DOWNSTREAM SECTOR
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GMES Regulation FP7 Scenariocombines funding
from two legal bases
Operational objectives
FP7
107M - Gio Funding (GMES Regulation)
Land Emergency Take-up Data Access GSC
Operations ------------------- Marine Atmosphere S
ecurity Downstream services Climate specific
capacities
43 M - FP7
166 M - FP7
RD
10
FP7-Space
Space-based applications at the service of the
European Society(principally GMES)
RD strengthening Space foundations
Cross-cutting issues
11
Strengthening Space Foundations
  • Support to research in space science and
    exploration
  • Technology development enabling exploration
    (access to planets, moving on planetary surfaces,
    sample return)
  • Exploitation of data from European missions
  • New concepts in space transportation, space
    technologies
  • Critical technologies for European Non-Dependence
  • Research into reducing the vulnerability of
    space-based systems
  • Space weather forecast, resilience
  • Debris tracking, mitigation

To provide opportunities for those
actors/activities which are currently not catered
for yet at ESA or national level, thereby adding
value to these
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FP7-Space
Space-based applications at the service of the
European Society(principally GMES)
RD strengthening Space foundations
Cross-cutting issues
13
SME participation
75
  • Priority for FP7, especially DG ENTR
  • Whilst (so far) not mandatory in our call topics,
    regarded always as a plus during evaluations
  • Last call statistics
  • in ranked (successfull proposals) list
  • 22 of participation
  • receiving 18 of EU budget

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Opportunities for third countries to participate
in FP7
  • Space is a global endeavour
  • Participation in ALL above areas is encouraged to
    researchers and research organisations from all
    third countries
  • The active participation of third country
    partners, e.g. from Russia represents an added
    value
  • Financing is possible, if the contribution is
    essential for reaching the objective of the
    project
  • Strong focus on cooperation with Russia, South
    Africa, Latin America (see ICPC? list)
  • also US, Japan as other important space faring
    nations
  • ?International Cooperation Partner Country

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Outcome of Space Call 3
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Call 3 Main characteristics
  • Budget 114 million
  • Publication 30th July 2009
  • Submission deadline 8th Dec. 2009
  • 182 proposals received 180 eligible
  • Remote evaluation start date 22 Dec. 09
  • Central evaluation 3 weeks in February
  • 106 independent experts
  • 9 panels for 13 ranking lists
  • Total requested EU contribution 298 million
    (2.6 times the call budget)

17
New feature
  • Research Executive Agency (REA) now takes
    responsibility for running calls, evaluations and
    contracts

18
Call 3 Projects to be funded from reserve list
  • Some additional funds available over and above
    nominal call budget (10)
  • 6 additional projects could be funded from
    reserve lists

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GMES Main statistics
Topic Total num. of eligible proposals Proposals above threshold Proposals proposed for funding EC budget per topic M
1.1-01 Downstream GMES services (CP) 25 16 8 18
1.1-01 Downstream GMES services (CSA) 2 1 1 18
1.1-04 GMES Service evolution (CP) 17 12 8 18
1.1-05 Maritime surveillance (CP) 7 5 2 8
1.1-06 Land monitoring (CSA) 1 1 1 1
1.1-07 Links with régions (CSA) 5 2 2 2
Total GMES 57 37 22 47
2 additional projects selected from reserve list
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1.1-01 Downstream GMES services (CP CSA)
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Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 SIDARUS Marine (Sea Ice) 2.499 14.5
2 CoBiOS Marine (Algal bloom fate) 2.499 13.5
3 ASIMUTH Marine (HAB prediction) 2.500 13.0
4 FreshMon Water (Freshwater monit.) 2.155 13.0
5 CryoLand Water (Snow and land ice) 2.201 13.0
6 ENDORSE Energy (Renewable) 2.454 12.5
7 SeaU Marine (Oil Spill) 1.983 12.5
8 Eufodos Land (Forest structure) 2.499 12.5
9 Pangeo Land (Geological risk) 2.407 12.0
Collaborative Projects
1 OPERR(CSA-SA) Marine (River discharge) 0.396 15.0
CSA
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1.1-04 GMES Services in specific areas (CP)
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Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 REDDAF REDD (Africa) 2.499 14.5
2 SIRIUS Water (Irrigation) 2.500 14.0
3 ReCover REDD (Tropical region) 2.500 13.0
4 ISAC Agriculture (Drought) 1.251 12.0
5 MS.MONINA Biodiversity (Natura 2000) 1.963 12.0
6 BIO_SOS Biodiversity (Natura 2000) 2.476 12.0
7 MyWater Water (Catchments) 2.274 11.5
8 GLOWASIS Water (Water Scarcity) 2.316 11.5
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1.1-05 S of GMES - Maritime surveillance (CP)
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Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 SIMTISYS Simulator for moving target indication scenarios 1.644 12.5
2 DOLPHIN Decision support modules for maritime surveillance 3.992 12.0
3 NEREIDS Integrated and advanced maritime surveillance 3.999 11.5
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1.1-06 Land monitoring (CSA-CA)
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Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 HELM Land Monitoring 1.000 12
1.1-07 Links with regions (CSA-CA)
Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 DORIS_Net Platform network 1.000 13.5
2 GRAAL Awareness of downstream services 0.999 11.0
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SSF Main statistics
Topic Total num. of eligible proposals Proposals above threshold Proposals proposed for funding EC budget per topic M
2.1-03 Science and exploration data (CP) 17 14 5 12
2.1-03 Science and exploration data (CSA) 2 1 1 12
2.1-04 Transportation (CP) 20 7 6 12
2.2-01 Technologies (CP) 24 15 7 12
2.3 Space Weather And Collisions (CP) 27 21 12 22
2.3 Space Weather And Collisions (CSA) 3 2 2 22
Total SSF 93 60 33 58
4 additional projects selected from reserve list
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2.1-03 Science and exploration data (CP CSA)
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Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 SPACE-DATA ROUTERS Delay Tolerant Networking 1.687 12.5
2 HESPE High energy solar physics 1.570 12.5
3 SEPServer Solar energetic particle events 1.932 12.5
4 ESPACE Development of ephemerides 1.981 12.0
5 ECLAT Space plasma physics 1.616 11.5
6 IMPEX Planetary exploration 1.998 11.5
7 POPDAT Ionosphere exploration 1.374 11.5
Collaborative Projects
1 EUNAWE(CSA-CA) Astronomy and science education 1.904 10.0
CSA
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2.1-04 Space transportation for Space
exploration (CP)
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Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 ESAIL Electric solar wind sail propulsion 1.747 14.0
2 FOSTERNAV Navigation 1.988 13.5
3 MicroThrust Electric propulsion 1.999 11.0
4 HISP Solid propellants 1.983 11.0
5 ROV-E Space robotics 1.478 10.5
6 SPARTAN Hybrid propulsion 1.967 10.0
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2.2-01 Space technologies (CP)
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Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 E-SQUID Opto-Electronics 2.000 14.5
2 RAHDHIFFS Radiation hardening 2.000 14.0
3 DSPACE On-board data systems 1.202 14.0
4 SOC2 Transportable optical clocks 1.999 13.5
5 CESAR Thermal components cryogenic electronics 1.999 13.5
6 SMARTEES Thermal components - ceramics 1.974 13.0
7 MAGDRIVE Cryogenic non-contact harmonic drive 1.961 13.0
8 HARMLES Dry-lubricated harmonic drives 1.177 13.0
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2.3-01/2 Space weather /on-orbit collisions (CP)
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Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 DEORBIT SAIL Debris removal, solar sails 1.999 15.0
2 PLASMON Space weather radiation belt modelling 1.972 14.5
3 SWIFF Space weather modelling forecasting 1.559 14.5
4 SPACECAST Space weather modelling forecasting 1.965 14.0
5 CLEANSPACE Debris removal by laser illumination 1.999 13.5
6 AFFECTS Space weather - advanced forecast 2.000 13.0
7 SIDER Space weather - radiation shielding 1.067 13.0
8 ATMOP Space weather - thermosphere modelling 1.596 12.5
9 BETs Debris deorbiting 1.789 12.5
10 COMESEP Space weather - solar energetic particles 1.799 12.5
11 ReVuS On-orbit collision damage assessment 1.975 12.0
12 P3-rotect Prediction, protection, on-orbit threats 1.995 12.0
13 EURISGIC Risk, geomagnetically induced currents 1.056 12.0
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2.3-01/2 Space weather /on-orbit collisions
(CSA-SA)
Rank Proposal Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 SPA Support to Space Situational Awareness 0.500 12.0
2 ACCORD Space debris 0.425 11.0
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International Cooperation Main statistics
Topic Total num. of eligible proposals Proposals above threshold Proposals proposed for funding EC budget per topic M
3.2 International Cooperation 30 21 16 8
3.5 European Space Policy 0 0 0 1
Total Xcutting issues 30 21 16 9
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3.2 International cooperation (CP-SICA) (1)
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Rank Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
1 SpWRT SSF (space wire) 0.500 14.0
2 RITD SSF (re-entry, inflatable) 0.495 14.0
3 MAIRES EU-Russia in GMES (Arctic ice) 0.500 14.0
4 BIOSMHARS SSF (biocontamination, habitats) 0.493 13.5
5 LIROC SSF (laser ignition) 0.482 13.5
6 ZAPÁS EU-Russia in GMES (Forest) 0.500 13.5
7 MOCCCASIN EU-Russia in GMES (Crop) 0.496 13.0
8 REDDINESS GMES/Deforestation (REDD) 0.500 12.5
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3.2 International cooperation (CP-SICA) (2)
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Rank Acronym Content EU Contr. (in MEUR) Score
9 PRE-EARTHQUAKES EU-Russia in GMES (EO tech.) 0.500 12.5
10 MEDEO EU-Russia in GMES (EO database access) 0.499 12.5
11 WatPLAN EU-South Africa in GMES (Water alloc.) 0.493 12.0
12 SEMEP EU-Russia in GMES (electromagnetic earthquake precursors) 0.453 12.0
13 REDD-FLAME GMES/Deforestation (REDD, hi-res radar) 0.499 11.5
14 TransHyBeriAN SSF (Hypersonic flow, temp. effect) 0.500 11.0
15 MALAREO EU-South Africa in GMES (EO in malaria control) 0.497 11.0
16 SACOMAR SSF (safe controlled Martian entry) 0.500 10.5
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Status/next steps, Call 3
  • Projects from mainlist already invited to start
    negotiations in May
  • Further projects selected from reserve lists to
    be invited to start negotiations within next
    couple of weeks

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Frances results in Space Call 3
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Overall success rates for France
  • 145 French entities in submitted proposals, 57
    ranked after evaluation
  • French success rate 39, it is the average
    success rate (39) for EU members states
  • In submitted proposals FR asked for 36 M - FR
    funding in ranked proposals 14 M success
    rate 39)

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EC contribution in ranked proposals

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Next Call FP7 Space in 2010
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Overall characteristics Call 4
  • Adoption foreseen for 19 July
  • Publication 20 July 2010
  • Overall budget around M 100
  • 60 for GMES
  • 30 for SSF
  • 10 for INCO

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Draft budget availability in 2011
mobilised for Call
  • GMES area 56 M
  • Strengthening Space Foundations 31 M
    99M
  • International Coop, NCP Studies 12 M
  • Communication/conferences/studies 3.8 M
  • Evaluation 1.5 M
  • Horizontal activities (Cordis,Eureka, COST)
    2.7 M
  • Data Access support to GIO
    10 M
  • Third transfer for GSC with ESA
    120 M

  • 237 M

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FP7-Space
Space-based applications at the service of the
European Society(principally GMES)
9.1
RD strengthening Space foundations
Cross-cutting issues
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Activity 9.1 topic by topic
56 M
  • GMES security governance options
  • GMES service continuity
  • Long-term RD for future GMES capacities

42
Topic SPA.2011.1.1-01 GMES Security exploring
operational governance options
  • Need identification of long-term options for
    governance (sensitivity issues, data procurement,
    interfacing with CFSP users)
  • Already acknowledgement that EUSC has specific
    security expertise to contribute
  • However, need to support the dialogue between
    GMES and EUSC stakeholders (esp. national
    authorities, EU institutions) through a Support
    Action providing overview of positions and
    options
  • Note - involvement of stakeholders is key!
  • CSA Project EU contribution of EUR 1 million
    upper eligibility limit

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RD Topics under GMES
  • Focus on continuity of GMES core service
    (fast-track services from Call 1 will finish end
    2011).
  • Land emergency will be addressed outside FP
    under GMES Regulation
  • FP7 Space Call 4 will still support Marine
    Atmosphere GMES Services in two large scale
    projects
  • Aim is to move away from validation of
    pre-operational services and move towards
    setting up of prototype operations

44
Topics SPA.2011.1.05-01 - SPA.2011.1.05-02
Prototype operations Marine Atmosphere
  • Aim Full operationality by 2014
  • Use of combined CP-CSA funding instrument to be
    able to address actual operations (CSA) and
    limited RD coupled to those operations (CP)
  • Supportive RD with fast response time to meet
    the short term needs of the operational chain
  • Operational results to serve the GMES user
    community and researchers (support activity
    must support research!)
  • CP-CSA Projects EC contribution of EUR 28M
    (Marine) and 19M (Atm) upper eligibility limit

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Topic SPA.2011.1.05-03 RD in support of GMES
capabilities
  • Innovative research in Marine or Atmosphere
    domains
  • Long-term GMES aims- Improve quality of op.
    services- Integrate new scientific
    methodologies- Develop new applications-
    Improve user uptake
  • Small-scale projects (CPs)
  • Suited to SME participation
  • Collaborative Projects EC contribution of EUR 2
    million upper eligibility limit

46
FP7-Space
Space-based applications at the service of the
European Society(principally GMES)
RD strengthening Space foundations
9.2
Cross-cutting issues
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Activity 9.2 topic by topic
31 M
  • Space science data exploitation
  • Space exploration technology RD
  • Space transportation technology RD
  • Space critical technologies
  • Prevention of impacts of NEOs

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Topic SPA.2011.2.1-01 Exploitation of space
science and exploration data
  • data exploitation related to space exploration
  • the focus of knowledge generated should be on
    robotic exploration and pre-requisites to human
    exploration, such as biomedical studies
  • use widest range of data sources
  • exploit results from in-space experiments (e.g.
    ISS) in combination with other data
  • open to international cooperation leading to
    effective scientific exploitation of existing
    data
  • Collaborative Projects EC contribution of EUR 2
    million upper eligibility limit

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Topic SPA.2011.2.1-02 Research and Development
for Space Exploration
  • technologies relevant to space exploration, focus
    on robotic exploration
  • research on innovative instrumentation, mobility
    on planetary surfaces, in-space and from-surface
    propulsion, in-space power generation, innovative
    techniques for survivability in space
  • suitable micro-propulsion systems
  • advanced concepts for autonomous distributed and
    co-operating systems
  • open to international cooperation
  • Collaborative Projects EC contribution of EUR 2
    million upper eligibility limit

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Topic SPA.2011.2.2-01 Space transportation
technologies
  • To increase the innovation capacity of future
    developments by proposing and evaluating new
    concepts and disruptive technologies
  • Launcher concepts
  • Propellants
  • Materials and simulation
  • Power systems
  • Weight reduction
  • Collaborative Projects EC contribution of EUR 2
    million upper eligibility limit

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Topic SPA.2011.2.2-02 Space critical
technologies
  • Europe needs non-dependent access to critical
    space technologies
  • emphasis on medium term impact
  • technologies surveyed by Joint EC-EDA-ESA Task
    Force
  • technologies not covered by table are out of
    scope of call
  • Collaborative Projects EC contribution of EUR 2
    million upper eligibility limit

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Critical Technologies meaning
  • Independence would imply that all needed space
    technologies are developed in Europe.
  • Non-dependence refers to the possibility for
    Europe to have free, unrestricted access to any
    required space technology.
  • The objective of this action is to contribute to
    ensure European Non-dependence.

53
Further explanations see document on Cordis
Call web page
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Topic SPA.2011.2.3-01 Prevention of impacts
from Near Earth Objects (NEOs) on our Planet
  • to assess the risk of potential threats of NEOs
    as asteroids and comets
  • NEOs material properties, their stability and
    orbit/position relative to Earth can be studied
  • proposals should explore the feasibility of
    methodologies and capabilities necessary to
    prevent collision on Earth
  • Collaborative Projects EC contribution of EUR 4
    million upper eligibility limit

55
FP7-Space
Space-based applications at the service of the
European Society(principally GMES)
RD strengthening Space foundations
Cross-cutting issues
9.3
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Activity 9.3 topic by topic
10 M
  • International cooperation
  • Transnational FP7 cooperation
  • Studies and events supporting ESP

57
Topic 2011.3.2-01 Support for  GMES and
Africa  initiative
  • Support to the  GMES and Africa  action plan
  • The action should facilitate the capacity for
    selected African experts to attend key
    coordination events and conferences
  • It will support the organisaton of a major
    awareness and coordination event in Africa
  • It should support in-loco to the African entity
    responsible to coordinate the implementation of
    the Action Plan
  • Coordination and Support Action with 1M upper
    eligibility limit

58
Topic 2011.3.2-02 Facilitating access to space
for small scale research missions
  • Demonstrate a launch concept and realistic
    scientific missions affordable to the scientific
    community
  • Active participation of international partners
    (e.g. ICPC, space-faring nations as US, Japan,
    etc.) is mandatory
  • Collaborative Project with 8 million upper
    eligibility limit

59
Topic 2011.3.3-01 Trans-national and
international cooperation among NCPs
  • Support to trans-national and international
    cooperation by utilising and reinforcing the
    network of NCPs
  • To extend the information provision in the
    international domain
  • The action may also involve FP7 contacts from
    third countries and the international cooperation
    partner countries
  • Coordination and Support Action with 1 million
    upper eligibility limit

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Topic 2011.3.5-01 Studies and Events in
support of European Space Policy
  • Studies or events supporting implementation of a
    European Space Policy (and thus programme)
  • Educational activities public awareness and
    understanding of solar system and co-evolution of
    life and spaceship Earth
  • Coordination of European RD activities
    road-maps, long term perspectives, potential of
    international cooperation
  • Coordination and Support Action with 300 k upper
    eligibility limit

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Timeline for the 4th Space call
  • 20 July 2010 publication
  • ec.europa.eu/embrace-space
  • cordis.europa.eu/fp7
  • 25 November 2010 deadline
  • Dec-Feb 2010/2011 evaluation by REA
  • Proposal negotiation in 2011

62
First ideas for remaining calls in 2012 and 2013
DRAFT
  • Indicative only

63
Budgets available
64
GMES Topics will have to strike the correct
balance
  • GMES focus on climate-change, security service
    capacities

Space Infrastructure (via ESA only)
Operational service continuity (characterised by
limited competitiveness, RD coupled to
operations)
Earth observation (remotesensing, new d-s service
ideas) RD (widest participation opportunity,
highly innovative RD)
65
Space Foundations new ideas
  • Next generation observation concepts
  • formation flying, interferometry, sat. autonomy,
    positioning control
  • foldable mirror/sail technology
  • Astronomy use new spectral windows, sensors
  • EO space based lasers, radar, enabling
    geostationary usage
  • Space based power/energy supply
  • collection, concentration, storage, transmission
  • Advanced propulsion concepts
  • Critical technology
  • Vulnerability in space, and from space events

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The Space theme needs you!
  • Sign up as an expert-evaluator
  • https//cordis.europa.eu/emmfp7/index.cfm

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Learn more about Space Research projects funded
under FP7
  • Please visit

http//ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/space/rese
arch/index_en.htm
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Some Info on the Galileo Call
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GSA and Commission DG ENTR are launching a new
call for proposals on GNSS
  • Key dates
  • June 23rd Adoption by Transport Programme
    Committee
  • July 20th publication of call
  • Sept 22nd info day organised by GSA in Brussels
  • Oct 5th 1st stage deadline SME topic
  • Dec 16th deadline non-SME topic
  • Jan 13th deadline SME topic 2nd stage
  • May-June negotiations
  • Aug-Sep Project start
  • Highlights
  • 3rd call in FP7 on Galileo/GNSS
  • Part of Work Programme Transport
  • Budget 38 mln
  • Covering 4 activities and 14 topics
  • Supporting EU GNSS programmes EGNOS and Galileo

This presentation is to a large extent based on
the 2011 Work Programme which has been adopted on
June 23rd. Make sure you check GSA website or
CORDIS after July 20th for latest information.
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Main focus will be on applications and receiver
development
  • CPs and CSAs, 8 topics for 30.5mln
  • GNSS applications (targeted to SMEs), e.g., LBS,
    road
  • Professional applications, e.g., high precision
  • Scientific applications and innovative
    applications in new domains
  • SOL applications, e.g., aviation
  • Innovative receivers technology
  • PRS receiver technologies
  • Networks of excellence with universities and
    research institutes
  • International activities
  • Tenders 6 topics, 6.5 mln
  • Integrity Receivers- 1.5 mln
  • Integrated PMR (Professional Mobile Radio) and
    Galileo PRS receiver architecture - 0.9 mln
  • SBAS L1/L5 multi-constellation receiver - 1.0
    mln
  • Multi-frequency antennas (E1, E6, E5) - 0.5 mln
  • Mission evolution studies - 2.0mln
  • Provision of the EDAS service to the research
    community - 0.6mln

Note CP Collaborative Project CSA
Coordination and Support Action CSA CSA and
CP This topic will be subject to a 2-stage
evaluation
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GSA and Commission priorities
  • What do we offer?
  • Technical and other support, especially to small
    companies and FP newcomers
  • Tools for GNSS developers (e.g., documentation,
    software libraries, access to simulators)
  • Support in dissemination
  • Market data
  • What do we want?
  • Projects with immediate impact on the market
  • Credibility and experience of consortium
  • Clear commercial intentions
  • Market access
  • Innovative ideas
  • Projects supporting adoption of EGNOS and Galileo
  • Creating public benefits

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More information
  • Key documents will be on Cordis from July 20th
  • GSA website www.gsa.europa.eu
  • Announcement of call
  • GNSS programme information
  • Market data
  • Detailed information on previous projects
  • You are all invited to the information event on
    September 22nd in Brussels
  • National events in several countries
  • More information via network of National Contact
    Points
  • Contact GSA directly boris.kennes_at_gsa.europa.eu

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Thank you for your attention
  • Massimiliano EspositoSpace Research and
    Development Unit
  • massimiliano.esposito_at_ec.europa.eu
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