Since 2021, Whitesteps has been leading the way in writing and developing EU applications. In just one year of operations, the company successfully organized the consortium building of a Horizon Application called Exploit4Innomat.
What sets Whitesteps apart is its intimate knowledge of the market, which allows it to effectively serve as a Consortium Coordinator and Project Manager for EU projects.
The EU projects currently being pursued include those of the newly established European Defence Fund (EDF) and those of the new EU Horizon Program for 2022 2027.
Exploit4InnoMat is a Horizon Europe funded research and innovation project with a duration of four years. Its primary objective is to provide a sustainable solution for designing, upscaling, and validating new material concepts for the building envelope, with the aim of achieving the European Commission’s target for nearly Zero Energy Buildings ( nZEB ).
The project offers a range of services across the supply chain of materials, from installation to validation and assessment scenarios for end of life products. Eight Pilot Lines located in seven EU countries will be used to process different types of advanced and/or nano enabled multifunctional materials.
Uni Systems is the coordinator of the project, managing its
progress, and contributing to the demonstration activities of the Exploit4InnoMat products. The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe 2023 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101092339.