Current calls for proposals

Produktion2030 makes 1-2 calls for new projects each year. The programme in question determines the focus of the calls and the budget.

Vinnova handles the applications and project financing.

Nya tjänster för tillverkande industri

Genom denna utlysning finansieras idéprojekt som kan bidra till utveckling av nya produktionsrelaterade tjänster, inriktade mot tillverkningsindustrin. Detta är utlysning nr 10 inom Produktion2030, våren 2018.

Application guide
Applications must be submitted via Vinnova. Go to the Vinnova website to read their step-by-step guide on how to apply for funding via their eServices portal. The guide is based on a typical call for proposals. Note that some calls have specific questions that are not referred to in the guide. See the specific instructions for each call.

Previous calls for proposals

Cost-effective automation

Produktion2030 invites players in industry, universities and research institutes to our ninth call for proposals: research and innovation projects that will lead to cost-effective automation in the Swedish manufacturing industry. The project proposals must have a clear focus on one or two of Produktion2030’s six areas of strength.

Ideas projects – sustainable production

Do you have ideas that could help to improve the sustainability of industrial manufacturing? Within Produktion2030, people in the manufacturing industry, at university or at a research institute can apply for funding for short, high-risk, ideas projects, max SEK 500,000 per project. The project will test ideas with the potential to significantly boost sustainability in the Sweden manufacturing industry. The final date for applications is 28 September 2017.

Testbed projects for digitalisation in manufacturing

Under this call, Produktion2030 will issue funding for testbed projects up to a maximum of SEK 8 million per project. The projects must make use of existing test environments and lead to greater digitalisation of the Swedish manufacturing industry. The final deadline for applications is 28 September 2017.

Call 6: Test and demonstration projects – Spring 2017

Call 6: Test and demonstration projects seeking maximum funding of SEK 8 million have a deadline of 31 March 2017. The purpose of this call is to provide support for test and demonstration projects aimed at increasing digitalisation in industrial production.

Open innovation in industry

Vinnova is funding an investment in open innovation with a focus on digitalisation of Swedish industry. The aim is to strengthen collaboration on innovation and development between large companies and innovative small companies at the cutting edge of digitalisation.

Call 5: Research and innovation projects – Spring 2017

Call 5: Research and innovation projects seeking maximum funding of SEK 3 million have a deadline of 17 February 2017. The purpose of this call is to provide support for research and innovation projects aimed at increasing digitalisation in industrial production.

New production methods and production techniques – Spring 2016

The purpose of this call is to provide support for large research and innovation projects with a focus on new production methods and production techniques.

Produktion2030 call for proposals: Digitalisation concepts in industrial production

Produktion2030’s third call for proposals will focus on digitalisation. We seek short-term projects of high news value, whose results can be scaled up for industrial use.

Produktion2030 – Spring 2015

This is the second of many calls for proposals within the strategic innovation programme Produktion2030, the aim of which is to promote innovation and improve the long-term competitiveness of the Swedish manufacturing industry. The programme will run until 2018.

Produktion2030 – Autumn 2014

This is the first of many calls for proposals within the strategic innovation programme Produktion2030, the aim of which is to promote innovation and improve the long-term competitiveness of the Swedish manufacturing industry. Four projects will receive funding of up to SEK 6.5 million, with each project falling under one of the programme’s six areas of strength.

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