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How to improve the effectiveness of cross-border networks of ATI technology centres in the field of Smart Health

Online event

The European Commission organised the workshop “How to improve the effectiveness of cross-border networks of ATI technology centres in the field of Smart Health” on Thursday 4th of March, 2021.

This event was the fourth in a series of four workshops on cross-border networks of technology centres organised within the Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project commissioned by EASME and the European Commission DG GROW. The project provides a systematic monitoring of technological trends and reliable, up-to-date data on advanced technologies to properly support the implementation of policies and initiatives and finally promote a competitive European industry.

The workshop focused on how networks of technology centres can be more effective in satisfying the needs of stakeholders in the healthcare sector, and more precisely in the field of Smart Health, by implementing a value chain approach, being more reactive to market needs and including actors over the entire value chain.

 

Programme:

9.00 – 9:05

Welcome, Evangelos Meles, European Commission DG GROW

9:05 – 9:30

Introduction to the concept of value chain-based networks. Recommendations from the “Study on Access of SMEs to ATI technological centres”, Els van de Velde and Kincsö Izsak,  ATI Consortium

9:30 – 10:45

Presentation of cross-border networks of ATI technology centres :

  • Françoise Charbit, CEA and EARTO WG Emerging Technologies for Healthcare
  • Furio Gramatica, HealthTech4EU
  • Dr. F.J. Siepel, University of Twente, DIH-HERO project 
  • Manuel Ottaviano, UPM  Technical University of Madrid, H2020 project PULSE

10:45 – 12:20

12:20 – 12:30

Discussion

Conclusions and Next Steps

Report out
ATI TC workshop on Smart Health 04.03.20211 final.pdf
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