Fed4FIRE+ has launched a call to make Fed4FIRE+’s federated infrastructure directly available for execution of innovative experiments by experimenters at both industrial (including SMEs) and research organisations. Examples of such experiments may include but are not limited to testing of new protocols or algorithms, performance measurements or scalability testing. This call envisage experiments by which existing products or services are tested, implemented or optimized on the Fed4FIRE+ testbeds rather than proposing or developing new ideas from scratch, and focuses on proposals of experiments in the area of IoT (Internet of Things) and 5G.
Funding is available to support experimenters. More details are available here.
- Proposals will only be accepted from a single party eligible for participation in EC H2020-projects.
- Proposers must from parties or organisations that are not already part of the Fed4FIRE+ project consortium.
- Proposers can submit multiple experiment proposals, but only one experiment per proposer will be selected for funding in this Call.
- Proposers who have submitted proposals in previous calls of the Fed4FIRE+ – project are allowed to re-submit.
Feasibility check deadline
All proposers must contact the testbeds that would like to use before 7 September 2018 for a feasibility check.
If you don’t know a testbed please submit a draft proposal as a feasibility check (or a question) to email@example.com.
18 September 2018, at 17:00 Brussels local time
More information, other conditions and the access to the submission portal is available on the 4th Open Call website at: https://www.fed4fire.eu/event/4th-fed4fire-open-call-experiments/.
Fed4FIRE+ is a project under the European Union’s Programme Horizon 2020, offering the largest federation worldwide of Next Generation Internet (NGI) testbeds, which provide open, accessible and reliable facilities supporting a wide variety of different research and innovation communities and initiatives in Europe, including the 5G PPP projects and initiatives.
It started in January 2017 and will run for 60 months, until the end of September 2021. The Fed4FIRE+ project is the successor of the Fed4FIRE project.