The aim of PLOUTOS is to enhance the financial literacy, business language, and digital abilities of Third Country Nationals (TCNs). PLOUTOS – which belongs to EU funded projects – will provide them with access to financial services and self-employment professional community interpreting skills. Through PLOUTOS activities, participants will gain familiarity with the country’s financial landscape, as well as its legal and economic context and will be able to manage and monitor their savings, access bank in a safe and timely way and request a microloan among other things. 

Duration:                        01/01/2022 – 01/01/2025
Funded under:              AMIF Programme
Overall budget:            € 1 664 545
Website:                          PLOUTOS


Oenobotics services will be delivered to customers, such as vineyard farmers or associations, via a hardware-as-a-service business model, supporting them to avoid significant initial investment costs. The Oenobotics hardware and software will also be available to drone companies and interested farmers as an off-the-shelf product. The solution addresses the needs of wine-producing vineyards located in remote sloppy elevated locations that are hard to reach with any machinery. Oenobotics belongs to EU funded projects.

Duration:                        01/09/2021 – 30/01/2023
Funded under:              Open call of AgROBOfood, an H2020 project
Overall budget:            € 500 000
Website:                          Oenobotics


The vision of SAFIR-Med project is to demonstrate ways to achieve safe, sustainable, socially accepted and socially beneficial urban air mobility which will contribute to the EU healthcare system, by ensuring that future generations will continue to democratically have access to the best cure and care. SAFIR-Med belongs to EU funded projects.

Duration:                        01/12/2020 – 30/11/2022
Funded under:              EC H2020 programme
Overall budget:            € 2 725 120
Website:                          SAFIR-Med



The project LEAD-Online addresses young people, teachers and media professionals and their ability to think critically and be media literate when it comes to dealing with the problem of hate speech online (HSO). LEAD-Online belongs to EU funded projects.

Duration:                        1/3/2022 – 28/2/2024
Funded under:              CERV-2021-EQUAL
Overall budget:            € 592 455
Website:                          LEAD-Online



UAMschool4cities’ mission is to create a learning framework and a training programme for current and future local authority employees which will equip them with the necessary skills to manage the uptake of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) services in their city.  In particular, UAMschool4cities will create a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) programme for professionals of any background interested in entering the local Public Administration mobility sector. UAMschool4cities belongs to EU funded projects.

Duration:                        1/1/2022 – 31/12/23
Funded under:              Erasmus+ KA220-VET – Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training
Overall budget:            €  230 665
Website:                          UAMschool4cities



Green Artivism project aims to offer young people innovative digital artistic tools in order to help the environmental cause regain momentum – after a halt due to Covid 19 pandemic – though without physical protesting. Following the climate strikes in 2018 by youngsters led by Greta Thunberg, the European Green Deal in 2019 and the core values of European Commission’s new European Bauhaus initiative (January 2021), this project visions to help people achieve a just, local, green, economically viable transition through the use of tool kits for collaboration, community building, participation in democratic procedures, literacy and advocacy. Green Artivism belongs to EU funded projects.

Duration:                       1/11/2021  – 31/10/23
Funded under:              Erasmus+ KA220-YOU – Cooperation partnerships in youth
Overall budget:            € 119 921
Website:                          GreenArtivism



The goal of the BeWEEN project is to enhance Digital Education Readiness by building capacity in “healthier and more responsible use of digital technology”. When Digital Safety is discussed by policy makers or schools, the conversation is dominated by cybersecurity issues. The notion of “safety in a digital world” however also encompasses our personal health and the health of our planet. Our project aims to help teachers and students realise this and develop Competences in “Protecting health and well-being” and “Protecting the environment” Competences. These are two competences that are included in the EU Digital Competence Framework (DigComp), but are under-addressed in curricula.

Duration:                        1/11/2021  – 1/11/23
Funded under:              Erasmus+ KA220-SCH – Cooperation partnerships in school education
Overall budget:            € 139 005
Website:                          BeWEEN



GreenPosts’s objective is to implement a general concept and approach to greening postal services’ operations by introducing a mindest of sustainability linked to the transition to a circular and greener economy. The project’s specific goal is to capacitate local posts’ staff for change engagement, developing green skills and fostering leadership and creativity via socio-educational and professional development and action.

Duration:                       1/11/2021  – 31/10/23
Funded under:              Erasmus+ KA220-VET – Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training
Overall budget:            € 202 873
Website:                          GreenPosts



Reconmatic project focuses on all life cycle stages in the construction industry and aims to provide automation and digitalisation solutions for a sustainable and circular construction and demolition waste management. The imperativeness of the project comes after staggering evidence that the construction industry is the main consumer of mineral and other non-renewable resources in the EU and generates about 35.7% (2018) of the total waste in the European Union.

Duration:                        01/06/2022 – 01/06/2026
Funded under:              HORIZON-CL4-2021-TWIN-TRANSITION-01-11
Overall budget:            €  8 593 969
Website:                          RECONMATIC



TANGO project addresses today’s issue of digital data overflow among companies, organizations and citizens often leading to intellectual property theft and breach of peoples’ personal information. The associated costs related to citizens’ privacy both from the users’ side and the organizations side are huge, creating an imperative need for digital solutions that will ensure users privacy. TANGO proposes a fair and greener way to store and manage data with security and trust being at its core.

Duration:                       3 years
Funded under:              HORIZON-CL4-2021-DATA-01-01
Overall budget:            € 10 999 984
Website:                          TANGO



Viticulture worldwide faces a dual challenge: the effects of the Climate Change (CC) and the preparation of vine growers to employ new technological solutions to face the upcoming changes and emerging needs. Interactions between plant resistance traits and abiotic stress tolerance may represent the most substantial impact of climate change on plant productivity. Furthermore a study of Eurostat reveals that 67% of the pesticides in Europe are used in viticulture. This is where SmartVitiNet comes in, to offer solutions for precision viticulture that can be an alternative, ensuring continued crop health monitoring, timely and targeted interventions. SmartVitiNet stands for Smart and Sustainable Drone-assisted Viticulture Excellence Network.

Duration:                        01/11/2022 – 01/11/2025
Funded under:              ERDF I3 – Innovation Investments Strand 2a – GREEN – 2021 (I3-2021-INV2a-GREEN)
Overall budget:            € 1 983 443.06
Website:                          SmartVitiNet



Just as U-space has specifically been designed as an enabling framework to facilitate scalable VLOS and BVLOS drone operations in even the most congested airspaces and over all types of environments, the BURDI project has been specifically designed to enable a speedy yet all-encompassing real live reference implementation of this U-space framework in Belgium, endorsed by one of its neighboring countries. The project will be implemented mainly around the three main civil controlled airports in Belgium: Brussels, Antwerp and Liège, complemented with a zone East of Antwerp currently tagged as Helicopter Training Area.

Duration:                        33 months, 01/10/22- 01/07/25
Funded under:             CEF-T-2021-SIMOBGEN-SESAR-DSDU-WORKS
Overall budget:            € 9 886 709
Website:                          BURDI
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