GOLEM IMS GMBH offers contribution to the innovation projects supported by the existing financial instruments available in the European Union, its countries and internationally. It includes Horizon 2020, Structural funds (ESIF) and others.
The contribution can include research and development and implementation of the advanced ICT instruments supporting smart management and governance, monitoring and analysis of processes in complex socio-economic-cyber-physical systems in real time.
The application areas are wide and can include various issues of digital transformation in smart cities and communities, industries, circular economy, environment, energy and services.
GOLEM IMS GMBH takes part in such projects as a Partner responsible for relevant work packages in the Consortium. The consortium shall have a Coordinator resposible for project management and financing.
Keywords for the Horizon 2020 calls:
System abilities, SME & Factories of Future, Industry 4, Platforms for Sustainability and Monitoring, Big Data in cross-sectored and cross-lingual data integration and experimentation, Large Scale Pilots actions in sectors best benefitting from data-driven innovation, Big data PPP, Education in Cyber-Physical World, Predictive maintenance technologies for increased operating life of production systems, ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs, IoT and IIoT, Policies and decision tools for an integrated management, Smart Cities and Communities, Integrated tools for monitoring and benchmarking and scenario building, Systemic services for the circular economy, Water in the context of the circular economy, Policy-development in the age of big data, Data-driven policymaking and modelling, New growth strategy in Europe – Improved economic and social measurement
Applying to other financial instruments
The company offers innovative, practical and unique ICT contribution to infrastructure development and upgrading projects in Smart Cities and Communities, Urban Future, Smart Grids, Smart Connected Assets, Management of Water, Waste and Environment which are financed by the Structural Funds, EIF, EIB, EBRD and other relevant institutions such as GEF, GCF, UNDP, AIB, IADB, UNIDO, and others.
The exact content of such contribution depends of the project requirements and can be specified in detail during the project formulation.