Information technology: National strategy to accelerate the field

Cybersecurity

The cyber acceleration strategy must make it possible to support the development of the French cybersecurity sector, bring out French champions, offer our country mastery of the technologies essential to guaranteeing its sovereignty.

Education and digital

The health crisis has highlighted two major imperatives: promoting the establishment of a coherent and efficient digital education ecosystem, and strengthening the skills and competencies of teachers to support this transformation.

5G and networks of the future

5G and future telecommunications network technologies are among the markets identified as priorities and responding to major societal challenges. 5G therefore represents a real opportunity to strengthen the competitiveness and capacity of our economy to create jobs.

Example of current calls for projects :

Post quantum cryptography

Goal

Promote the development of innovative cybersecurity bricks, capable of resisting attacks from quantum computers: hardware, software, algorithms, etc.

Beneficiaries

Individual companies, consortia of companies or consortia involving research partners.

Projects

Expenditure base greater than €1 million, reduced to €500 k for projects carried out by a start-up.
Duration from 12 to 36 months

Public co-financing

The aid is subject to the RDI regime: between 25% and 80% of the amount of eligible expenses depending on the nature of the project and the size of the company.
60% to 75% of subsidies, the rest in reimbursable advance.
100% subsidy for players in the non-competitive sector.

Closing Date

May 4, 2022

Call for projects relating to the Acceleration Strategy on 5G and future telecommunications network technologies

Goal

The AAP is part of the 5G acceleration strategy and aims to support the development of sovereign solutions on telecom networks and their uses. It supports innovative and ambitious projects, at any stage of maturity, on French network solutions (5G) and R&D on future network technologies (6G).

Beneficiaries

Single company or consortium.

Projects

Individual projects of 18 to 36 months or collaborative projects of around 3 years and a maximum of 6 partners.
Expenditure base greater than €2 million, reduced to €1 million for individual projects carried out by an SME
All levels of maturity.

Public co-financing

The aid is subject to the RDI regime: between 25% and 80% of the amount of eligible expenses depending on the nature of the project and the size of the company. Mix of grants and repayable advances.

Closing Date

June 8, 2022

Enhanced live performance experience

Goal

Promote the development of new services and devices for dematerialized distribution based on technological, usage, organizational or even economic model innovations. The projects proposed must provide solutions to the problems raised by the virtualization of the live performance.

Beneficiaries

Companies, public cultural establishments, or associations proposing either to support the maturation of projects with high development potential, or to capitalize on previously proven proofs of concept.

Projects

Up to a maximum of €2M in aid per project

Public co-financing

Terms of financing: 50% of the total budget (including tax) of the project, with the exception of collective projects or projects carried out by VSEs and SMEs, for which a bonus rate of 70% will apply.
Project duration: up to 36 months maximum

Closing Date

Intermediate date: May 3, 2022
Closing date: November 3, 2022

Digitization of heritage and architecture

Goal

The use of digital has made it possible to renew and increase access to a great diversity of heritages and architectures. However, these practices are not widespread in all heritage institutions, although they could support professionals in their missions and enrich the visitor experience. The proposed projects can thus bring significant improvements to solutions for digitizing heritage and architecture.

Beneficiaries

Companies, public cultural establishments, or associations proposing either to support the maturation of projects with high development potential, or to capitalize on previously proven proofs of concept.

Projects

Up to a maximum of €2 million in aid per project.

Public co-financing

Terms of financing: 50% of the total budget (including tax) of the project, with the exception of collective projects or projects carried out by VSEs and SMEs, for which a bonus rate of 70% will apply.
Project duration: up to 36 months maximum

Closing Date

Intermediate date: May 3, 2022
Closing date: November 3, 2022

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