Dans Général, Internationalisation, Innovation

InnoBuyer is an innovative public procurement project financed by the European Innovation Council under Horizon Europe. They currently have an open call that aims at funding SMEs that can solve a series of predefined challenges issued by public actors that face unmet needs in the healthcare, transport, justice and energy sectors.

What’s in it for you?

  • Get grant up to €58,5k (100%) funded by the European Commission
  • Get access to potential customers of your solution i.e. Challenges
  • Work hands-on with the Challengers during a 10 month co-creation period (approximately from mid-March 2024 to January 2025)
  • Understand how public organisations work and how solutions should be commercialised to them
  • If the co-creation is successful, benefit from a higher sales volume if the Challenger decides to launch a tender to buy your solution
  • Gain a first customer reference and increase your reputation when approaching other customers

The InnoBuyer Ready-made Challenges:

Healthcare sector

  • QMS-tool for compliance to the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) of early-stage medical device development
  • Wheelchair system in hospital to support patients and visitors
  • Home-based Capillary Blood Sampling Device
  • Algorithm to automate the management of resources in the outpatient department of a hospital
  • Advanced blood transfusion management system
  • Predictive tool for early detection of delirium in hospitalized patients
  • Management tool for the digitalisation of the Early Demand Map
  • An interactive digital environment designed to empower patients and facilitate subcutaneous medication administration at home

Transports sector

  • Charging points network for electric bikes and scooters, in green and natural areas
  • Predictive eco-driving solution for service electric vehicles to optimise energy consumption

Justice sector

  • Intelligent assistant to support judges in drafting sentences by locating texts of previous judgments and jurisprudence

Energy sector

  • Advanced functional materials and components for urea electrolysis for cost-effective hydrogen and ammonia production

Application deadline: 24 January 2024

Contact your thematic EEB advisor if you want to apply

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