A European co-funding programme has up to €18 million to invest in a range of business projects to develop new photonics-based sensing technologies that aim to improve market share for Europe’s businesses.
Photonic sensors have wide applications including for smart barcodes, new sensing systems in the fight against crime and terrorism, advanced manufacturing and production techniques, environmental monitoring and in new medical diagnostic devices.
Projects will be funded in five application areas:
safety including food safety
UK businesses will need to co-operate with at least one other partner from another participating country or region. The participating countries and regions are:
Organisations from other EU member states or associated states can also participate in projects.