Previous TNA Calls

Our proposal is to build a network of marine robotics RIs to help ensure that the EU remains a world-leader in ocean science and engineering, with a thriving maritime industry. The proposed RI will enable, expand and reduce risk of access to next-generation marine robotics technologies and operational expertise and will build confidence in end-users to accelerate the adoption of next-generation marine robotics for the marine sector as a whole.

To do so we will have a series of Trans-national access activities (TNA) with the focus of:

  • providing a coherent framework for stakeholders to gain access to both the “standard” and the “developing” capacities of the RI providing access to appropriate levels of training and best-practices, to build sustainability by educating the next generation of practitioners
  • providing access to experimental activities proposed by external partners or use-cases that are chosen to provide a broad cross-section of experimental opportunities for end-users

Through all this EUMarineRobots is making available a huge range of marine robotic and support infrastructure with a capital value of well in-excess of €500M and its associated support personnel.

 

Previous Calls Applicants

 

First TNA Call in numbers

TNA by Continent
Figure 1 TNA submission distribution by continent

 

TNA by Area
Figure 2 TNA submission distribution by domain area

 

 

Total number of approved and rejected proposals
Figure 3 Total number of approved and rejected proposals

 

 

Second TNA Call in numbers

Call 2 TNA submission distribution by continent.
Figure 1 Call 2 TNA submission distribution by continent.

 

Call 2 TNA submission distribution by domain area.
Figure 2 Call 2 TNA submission distribution by domain area.

 

 

 Call 2 total number of approved and rejected proposals.
Figure 3 Call 2 total number of approved and rejected proposals.