Portugal

MoU in place
yes
RIS3 with priority in aeronautics:
Aeronautics & Space

The Portuguese National Innovation Agency (ANI) launched in 2017 the national R&D calls ‘PT2020’* for collaborative R&D projects and Demonstrators and Pilot Lines for individual and collaborative projects. The total budget of these calls was €51.25 million. In the framework of the implementation of the MoU in place between CS2JU and Portugal, projects that were complementary to Clean Sky 2 were eligible for submission to these calls. In this context, ANI encouraged Portuguese beneficiaries in Clean Sky 2 to present proposals which are complementary to their activities in Clean Sky 2 or which contributed to the Clean Sky 2 objectives by adding to the application form of the call a specific Part C template to describe the complementarity of the proposals. The CS2JU was requested to provide during the evaluation phase a technical opinion on the complementarity/synergy of the proposals submitted under such a call.

http://ani.pt/candidaturas-abertas-projetos-em-copromocao-e-projetos-demonstradores/

Pilot project I

Supported as a complementary ESIF proposal (in the context of the MoU), linked to Clean Sky 2 PASSARO project and awarded by the National PT2020 call for projects:

MOSHO: Advanced solutions for impact materials, repair of composite aero-structures and their monitoring under Programa Interface, R&DT projects in co-promotion >and co-funded by PT2020/Compete2020.

MOSHO - Portuguese ESIF project (I)Project objective: MOSHO project will develop and integrate advanced solutions for the repair of composite aeronautical structure

 

  • Budget: € 1,1 M of total funding, from which € 0,75 M of public funding and € 0,35 M of private contribution
  • Start date and duration: 1 Sep 2018, for 36 months

Clean Sky Synergies Scenario: complementary activities to PASSARO (JTI-CS2-2015-CPW02-AIR02-06) under the ITD - Airframe of Clean Sky 2 (leaded by Airbus), from which MOSHO copromotors are partners.

Participants: Critical Materials SA (coordinator), INEGI, ISQ

Pilot project II

Short description: MOSHO aims at developing new materials solutions, particularly resistant to impact and with self-regeneration capabilities, and repair techniques of composite structures, their inspection by NDT techniques and their qualification, as well as the monitoring of the structural integrity of such repairs through integrated and autonomous SHM system.

MOSHO - Portuguese ESIF project (II) 1MOSHO - Portuguese ESIF project (II) 2

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