Invent Baltics OÜ consultants supported the consortium of 7-members, led by Tallinn University of Technology, in putting together a successful Horizon 2020 ICT project IMMORTAL

Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) project proposal: Modelling, Fault Management, Verification and Reliable Design Environment for Cyber-Physical System (IMMORTAL, project ID: 644905) was submitted under H2020 ICT 1 call: "Smart Cyber-Physical Systems.” IMMORTAL received a high score of 14.5 and also invitation to the grant preparation. It is expected to get the grant agreement for € 3.99 million signed between TUT and EC by the end of this year.
IMMORTAL aims at developing an integrated tool framework for dependable cyber-physical systems' design.

Besides TUT ( the consortium consist of German Aerospace Center (, Technische Universität Graz from Austria (, University of Twente from Holland (, IBM from Israel (, Estonian SME Testonica Lab OÜ (, and Recore Systems from Holland (

Invent Baltics role: support on project preparation, negotiations with the Commission, and admistrative managemnet of the project.

Project duration: 36 months

Total budget: EUR 3 996 653

Funding rate: 100% (Research and Innovation Action)