CloudiFacturing launched a new Second Open Call for its project. The goal is to draw your attention to the upcoming Call / Request for Proposals to initiate the creative process of generating ideas for Application Experiments. These Application Experiments are dedicated sub-projects with one year duration that are executed within the scope of CloudiFacturing.

From June 1st. to September 30th. 2019, start-ups, SMEs or manufacturing companies (end-users) are able to submit their applications at The Second Open Call submission process will be posted in the CloudiFacturing website between May and June 2019.

With our Second Open Call we are looking for innovative use cases. They shall clearly state in their proposal, their industrial impact for the involved manufacturing companies, based on their expected benefit from exploiting computational engineering and production services and workflows powered by the CloudiFacturing technology. The use cases need to be driven by the end user; in other words, a manufacturing company, preferably an SME.

“It will be a fantastic opportunity for small enterprises to enter and be part of the digitalization era and this way, to be able to face the new challenges of the future,” said Prof. Dr.-Ing. André Stork, Coordinator of the Innovation Action CloudiFacturing.

An overall European Comission contribution of roughly 700kEuros will be granted to seven or more Application Experiments that have been chosen by the selection process. On the other hand, selected proposers will have the opportunity to gather experience with HPC/Cloud Computing technologies for their specific use case; explore technical benefits; improve processes with the new information attained; leverage the CloudiFacturing Digital Marketplace being developed as a new distribution channel, among others.

Digital Innovation Hubs will help you prepare a high-quality proposal. If you are interested in our Open Call or have any questions about it, please contact one of our five DIHs spread all over Europe:

If you are interested or have further questions, you can also contact us at:

The CloudiFacturing project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 768892.