Horizon Europe: Digital, Industry and Space

Technologies for data management (AI, Data and Robotics Partnership)

Deadline: 21 oktober 2021

Scope: The actions under this topic are expected to provide practical, robust and scalable tools to improve the interoperability, quality, and integrity of data and metadata, in the context of other topics of the heading “Data sharing in the common European data space”. The data management tools and systems should support a holistic approach of the data life cycle and comply with accountability, fairness and confidentiality as well as the FAIR principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) for data and metadata management.

Expected Outcome: Proposal results are expected to contribute to the following expected outcomes:

  • Provide new secure and energy-efficient data management tools improving the usability and discoverability of data in different contexts, covering data provenance, synthetic data generation, data quality management (such as data cleaning, validation, enrichment, co-creation, identification of bias and correlations), improving data interoperability, metadata management (automated ways of labelling and describing data, data linkage), and ensuring data security, privacy and integrity, especially in the context of data spaces.


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The Horizon Europe: Digital, Industry and Space Cluster supports research and innovation that contribute to EU maintaining a strong industrial and technology presence in key parts of digital and other supply chains, in industrial ecosystems while safeguarding its ability to access and operate safely in space. There are six specific areas of impact contained in this Horizon Europe Cluster 4:

  • Climate-neutral, circular, and digitised production
  • Increased autonomy in key strategic value chains for resilient industry
  • World leading data and computing technologies
  • Digital and emerging technologies for competitiveness and fit for the Green Deal
  • Open strategic autonomy in developing, deploying and using global space-based infrastructures, services applications and data
  • A human-centred and ethical development of digital and industrial technologies.
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