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Smart Built Environment – Innovation Ideas

The purpose of the call “Innovation Ideas” is to increase opportunities for SMEs and small and medium-sized Katarina Duca eva municipalities to develop ideas that can lead to innovation. This can also involve getting the chance to work on previously developed ideas that require testing on a smaller scale prior to implementation or scale-up in day-to-day operations. The call, in accordance with Smart Built Environment goals, will contribute to the sustainable development of the built environment. Digitalisation and industrial processes should be central methods in the project activities funded. Applications can address processes, forms of collaboration, business models, technology or a combination of these.

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The offer in brief

What can you apply for?

Apply for funds to develop ideas that can lead to innovations, or test previously developed ideas for implementation or scale-up in day-to-day operations. Projects that are awarded funding must contribute to the sustainable development of the built environment, with a focus on digitalisation, industrial processes or both.

Who can apply?

SMEs as well as small or medium-size municipalities can apply for a grant. Larger organisations can apply, but the application should clearly state how SMEs or small/medium-size municipalities can benefit from the results.

How much can you apply for?

Maximum SEK 300,000. Project duration maximum 12 months

Important dates

  • Any questions?

    If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

    Aleh Kliatsko

    Utlysningsansvarig Formas, Research Secretary

    +46 73 539 16 64

    Kristina Gabrielii

    Program Manager, Smart Built Environment

    +46 70 259 56 57

    Reference number 2022-00207

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