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AAL – Healthy ageing with the support of digital solutions – 2020

To improve the autonomy, participation in social life, skills, and employability of older adults by providing innovative Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)/digital - based solutions

2020-05-22
5 million euro
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Appeal framework

Institution European Commission
Sectors Health
Beneficiaries
Regions European Union, Switzerland, Northern America, Asia
Details

* The following countries will participate in the 2020 call:
– Austria;
– Belgium;
– Canada;
– Cyprus;
– Hungary;
– Italy;
– Luxembourg;
– The Netherlands;
– Norway;
– Poland;
– Portugal;
– Romania;
– Slovenia;
– Spain;
– Switzerland;
– Taiwan


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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives
* Through collaborative projects:
– Developing, testing, validating, scaling up and integrating innovative ICT solutions for ageing well into re-designed service delivery models aimed at maintaining long term “functional ability” (See Call rationale and WHO Healthy ageing definition);
– Contributing to the creation/strengthening/connection of healthy ageing ecosystems (see page 14 for the type of activities sought in this domain

* Through small collaborative projects:
– Exploring new ideas, new collaborations as well as new user approaches for ICT-based solutions designed to support older adults;
– Proposing proofs of concept for further development of innovative ICT solutions; 
– Rapid evaluation of the business potential of available/ new AAL products and services

Priorities
* Collaborative projects:
– Develop, test, validate, scale up and integrate into service delivery models ICT solutions for ageing well;
– Develop innovative ICT solutions to support holistic approaches to healthy ageing for maintaining long term “functional ability” (See Call rationale and WHO Healthy ageing definition);
– Contribute to the creation/strengthening/connection of ecosystems, limited to a task in the dissemination-related activities of the proposal

* Small collaborative projects: 
– Explore new ideas, new collaborations as well as new user approaches for ICT-based solutions for older adults;
– Propose proofs of concept for further development of innovative ICT solutions;
– Rapidly evaluate the business potential of available/new AAL products and services

Additional information 
* This call for proposals is an open call for proposals 

* Initial duration of the action: 
– Collaborative projects: between 12 and 30 months;
– Small collaborative projects: between 6 and 9 months

* Eligibility:
– A consortium composed of at least 3 independent legal eligible organizations, from at list 3 different AAL partner States participating in the call for proposals;
– Consortia must include at least one eligible for-profit business partner;
– Consortia must include at least one eligible for-profit SME partner which can be the for-profit business partner;
– Consortia must include at least one eligible end-user organization;
– Proposals submitted by consortia presenting a collaborative project must include at least one signed declaration of intent from relevant stakeholders eg end-user organizations, health care delivery institutions and government stakeholders

* The action must take place in an eligible country

Financement

* Indicative budget:
– For collaborative projects: up to 2,5 million euro
– For small collaborative projects: up to 300.000 euro

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