October 2020

All posts from October 2020

EFPF Open Call

The European Factories Platform (EFPF) in conjunction with the European Commission is delighted to inform you that their €2.5mil Euro Manufacturing and Industry4.0 Open Call is now open for submissions on www.f6s.com/efpf.

The European Factory Platform (EFPF) project team invites you to submit a bid for a share of EFPF’s €2.5million EC H2020 Open Call. European SMEs, software developers, tech companies and manufacturers can be funded to create, test, validate and/or integrate innovative tools / services / applications / solutions / platforms for Industry4.0. You can find out more about this EC/EFPF funding opportunity on www.efpf.org/funding-call or by watching our Promo Video below.

EFPF Industry4.0 Open Call
Total available funding €2.5million
Funding range per project €50,000 – €150,000
Call Launch October 19th 2020
Call Close February 19th 2021
Call Close September 2021
Sub-project Duration 6, 9 or 12 months
Sub-project Types Type 1: Develop digital manufacturing applications and services
Type 2: Validate/test EFPF platform and services in digital manufacturing domains
Type 3: Integrate 3rd Party applications, services and/or platforms with EFPF
Target Audience EU SMEs (including micro-SMEs)
EU technology providers and software developers (including start-ups)
EU manufacturing and logistics companies (any size)
EU Research Institutes and Universities
Number of projects funded 15 to 20
More Information www.efpf.org/funding-call
Online Submission www.f6s.com/efpf

Rita BurkertEFPF Open Call

IoTBridge in media

IoTBridge and their activities for IoT-based solutions for bridge monitoring and maintenance are gaining interest in the trade press. The e-magazine Underhållsdagarna has published an article about the project. For more details follow this link to the article:

Rita BurkertIoTBridge in media

CheckHealth publishes new web site for LinkWatch

Today www.linkwatch.se is available. LinkWatch is a secure remote monitoring platform for health data collection, including FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) care plans, wireless devices for vital signs monitoring, smart wearables for behaviour monitoring and intelligent digital assistance supporting patient self-assessments. It helps care organisations to efficiently manage the care of patients with chronic conditions. CheckHealth is a MedTech company focused on developing and marketing products and services for remote care and patient data collection. CheckHealth is a subsidiary of CNet. Read more at www.checkhealth.se

Rita BurkertCheckHealth publishes new web site for LinkWatch