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Cluster 3: Support to Security Research and Innovation 2021 (HORIZON-CL3-2021-SSRI-01), 5 calls open
The extent to which innovative technologies developed thanks to EU R&I investment are industrialised and commercialised by EU industry, and later acquired and deployed by end-users, thus contributing to the development of security capabilities[[For the purpose of this work programme, the terms "Capability" should be understood as "the ability to pursue a particular policy priority or achieve a desired operational effect". The term "capability" is often interchanged with the term "capacity", but this should be avoided. "Capacity" could refer to an amount or volume of which one organisation could have enough or not. On the other hand, "capability" refers to an ability, an aptitude or a process that can be developed or improved in consonance with the ultimate objective of the organisation.]], could give a valuable measure of the impact achieved with the programme. However, there are factors inherent to the EU security ecosystem (often attributed to the market) that hinder the full achievement of this impact. These include market fragmentation, cultural barriers, analytical weaknesses, programming weaknesses, ethical, legal and societal considerations or lack of synergies between funding instruments, among others.
It is worth noting that such factors affect all the security domains addressed in Cluster 3; that there is not one predominant factor with sufficient leverage by itself to change the overall innovation uptake dynamics; and that they exhibit complex relationships among them which are difficult to disentangle. It should also be noted that the innovation uptake process starts before the R&I cycle is triggered, and it is not finalised with the successful termination of a research project. Therefore, the uptake challenge extends beyond the realm of R&I. However, from within R&I it is possible, if not to materialise the uptake in every case, at least to pave the way towards its materialisation.

Under this destination the EU has published five calls for proposals that are open for admission:

1. A maturity assessment framework for security technologies (HORIZON-CL3-2021-SSRI-01-01)
2. Knowledge Networks for Security Research & Innovation (HORIZON-CL3-2021-SSRI-01-02)
3. National Contact Points (NCPs) in the field of security and cybersecurity (HORIZON-CL3-2021-SSRI-01-03)
4. Demand-led innovation for situation awareness in civil protection (HORIZON-CL3-2021-SSRI-01-04)
5. Security research technologies driven by active civil society engagement: transdisciplinary methods for societal impact assessment and impact creation (HORIZON-CL3-2021-SSRI-01-05)

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