In Covid-19, Innovation

From Enterprise Europe Network a Partner Search for innovative companies!!

Spanish company is looking for a partner to participate in the EUREKA-COVID19 call : Solutions for the next human high-impact pandemic. Details available =>  https://bit.ly/3e3tmI8

Scope
Participants are invited to submit research and innovation project proposals aiming to provide solutions and preparedness for highly contagious human infectious disease pandemics which inflict a high impact on society.

These can include (but are not limited to):
• Technologies enabling local resilience or self sufficiency
• Medical intervention robotics
• Infection prevention and protection
• Prevention of antibiotic resistance
• Sanitation technology
• Diagnostics and testing
• Therapeutics, vaccines and medicines
• Medical intervention robotics
• Disease-tracking technology
• Smart technologies for critical production and supply chains under lockdown
• Education technologies and digital workplace
• Govtech/Open data and Big Data

Wanted companies with experience in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
Please, if you know interested companies, contact me: Barbara Andreani (bandreani@hub.brussels)

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