Dans Covid-19, Innovation

INNO4COV-19 Project aims to provide financial support to companies with the goal of accelerating the development and commercialization of innovative solutions that tackle COVID-19 and that have already been validated in lab environments (TRL6 or higher).

Technology domains eligible for funding:

  • Innovative diagnostics and screening systems
  • Protective equipment for People and safer Public
  • Environmental surveillance
  • Sensors & Devices for Telemedicine and Telepresence

Eligibility criteria:

  • Companies or small consortia of companies established in one of the EU Member States or H2020 associated countries.
  • The sectors of focus may include healthcare / medicine / biotech / biopharma, and IT-related topics (e.g. robotics, automation, electronics, nanotech, etc).

What they offer:

  • Financial support – up to €100K (100% funded)
  • Access to specific facilities and infrastructure
  • Tailored support and guidance – technical, regulatory, business development and market introduction strategy
  • Media exposure

For further information: http://www.inno4cov19.eu/open-call/

Application deadline: 30 April 2021 at 17:00 CET

Contact person at Enterprise Europe Brussels: Emilie Fonck

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