On November 20th, 2018, the National Contact Point for Research Programs of the European Union in Warsaw organizes an Information Day in the area of Space in H2020.

The Information Day is organized in connection with the announcement of further competitions in the area of Space for 2019 – 2020.

The budget of the SPACE competitions announced for 2019 exceeds EUR 121 million.

The event will be attended by representatives of the European Commission (DG GROW), the Research Executive Agency (REA) and the European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA), as well as coordinators and implementers of the projects of framework programs in the SPACE area.

During the meeting, the topics of contests in the area of Space in 2019 will be presented, as well as the rules for participation, the procedure for submitting and evaluating project applications in the H2020 PR.

In addition, the event will present Polish successes in SPACE competitions and the opportunities offered by the DIAS platform in the area of contests regarding Earth Observation.

More information about the event, initial agenda and registration are available at:


The Polish Space Industry Association became a partner of the event. We encourage you to actively participate in this event.

Below is a list of competition issues for SPACE announced on October 16:

Call Space 2018-2020


Call EGNSS market uptake 2019-2020


Beyond the Space Part of Horizon 2020

  • SME Instrument: EIC-SMEInst-2018-2020
    Supports high-risk, high-potential small and medium enterprises (SME) with global ambition to develop and bring new products to the market.
  • Fast Track to Innovation (FTI): EIC-FTI-2018-2020
    Test, demonstrate and validate innovative products in a pan-European consortium of industries and research institutes.
  • EIC Horizon Prize for 'European Low-Cost Space Launch’: Space-EICPrize-2019
    Develop a European technologically non-dependent solution for launching light satellites (up to 400 Kg) into Low-Earth Orbit (LEO), which will enable dedicated low-cost launches with committed schedule and orbit.