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ICT calls on HORIZON2020 in 2016 and 2017

New Funding Opportunities on Information & Communication Technologies in Horizon 2020 in 2016-2017 is described in the slideshared short guide.

ICT in Horizon 2020 brings unique SMEs opportunities to society’s challenges such as the growing needs for sustainable healthcare and ageing well, for better security and privacy, for a lower carbon economy and for intelligent transport.

Will be supported ICT research and innovation projects that can best deliver new business breakthroughs, often on the basis of emerging technologies. Also ICT in Science, Industrial leadership and Societal challenges.

Lots of funding opportunities are available in 3 main priorities:

  • Research and Innovation
  • Innovation
  • Coordination and Support Action

For more detailed information about calls, subcalls and specific topics, follow the picture of the link below.
ICT on H2020

Internet Of Things to replace Mobile Phones as most connected device In 2018

  • Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to exceed mobile phones as the largest category of connected devices in 2018, raising the compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 23%, and total forecast 28 billion connected devices by 2021. Massive IoT connections will leverage the ubiquity, security and management of cellular networks.

connected device worldwide

  • 400 million IoT devices with cellular subscriptions at the end of 2015. Cellular IoT is expected to have the highest growth among the different categories of connected devices, reaching 1.5 billion in 2021.

IoT connected device

  • 1.2 billion new subscriptions worldwide during Q1 2016.
  • 9 billion mobile subscriptions by 2021, 6.3 billion smart phone subscription and 7,7 billion mobile broandband subscriptions

mobile subscriptions

  • 5G networks, being driven by new use cases, are expected to be deployed commercially in 2020.  1.7B new subscribers in the the Asia/Pacific (APAC) region. Smartphone subscription rates will increase more than 200% between 2015–2021 in the Middle East and Africa.
  • 4.3 billion LTE subscriptions by the end of 2021

subscriptions by technology

  • Smartphone subscriptions set to almost double by 2021

smart phone subscriptions

 

These essentials and other disruptive facts were published in the 2016 Ericcson Mobility Report (PDF).

Ericcson created subscriptions and traffic forcast baselines and several interactive graphs. Using their plannning models Erricson validated trends and estimated future developmentfugures based on macroeconomic trends, user trends (researched by Ericsson ConsumerLab), market maturity, technology development expectations and industry analyst reports, on a national or regional level.

Reed the four suppary articles provided by Ericcson and the full Ericcson Mobile Report 2016.

Additional details on the Ericcson methodology, reed on page 30.

 

ICT in Horizon 2020 – key priorities and actions

Information & Communication Technologies in Horizon 2020 – short guide.

ICT in Horizon 2020 brings unique SMEs opportunities to society’s challenges such as the growing needs for sustainable healthcare and ageing well, for better security and privacy, for a lower carbon economy and for intelligent transport.

Will be supported ICT research and innovation projects that can best deliver new business breakthroughs, often on the basis of emerging technologies. Also ICT in Science, Industrial leadership and Societal challenges.

Different funding opportunities are available.