Call: Make free use of the Space53 facilities through TERRINet
TERRINet, The European Robotics Research Infrastructure Network, offers top quality facilities, excellent research services and training to students, academic and industrial researchers and entrepreneurs funded by Europe’s H2020 agenda.
Applicants can get access to 15 high quality European Robotics Research Infrastructures to:
- explore new ideas and establish personal and joint projects
- get in contact with and be inspired by leading and creative scientists, technologists, experts and industrial representatives
- share information and gain knowledge for boosting scientific research and potential for technological innovation
The TERRINet offer
Applicants can get free-of-charge trans-national access to research infrastructures or installations for selected user groups. The access includes the logistical, technological and scientific support and the specific training that is usually provided to external researchers using the infrastructure.
European Robotics Research Infrastructure for Unmanned Systems Space53
Space53 offers testing and training facilities and proper legal and procedural conditions for testing and experimenting with unmanned aerial systems. The facilities of Space53 range from a fully structured environment (lab) to a fully unstructured environment (real life) and all gradual steps in between. Space53 has access to large enclosed structures, a 3 km runway with applicable airspace and several experimental zones in industrial and urban environments. If your project involves unmanned systems, Space53 is the European hotspot to test, experiment, demonstrate and train.
How to get access
Access will be available to external users through project calls. Selected experiments will have the access cost of the infrastructure covered by the TERRINet project plus a budget contribution for travel and subsistence expenses.
Currently open call
Call open: Dec 1, 2018
Call deadline: Feb 28, 2019
Notification of results: Apr 30, 2019
Access: Jul – Oct 2019
Join the TERRINet Project
More information about The European Robotics Research Infrastructures Network and how to get access to our testing and training facilities: www.terrinet.eu