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Smart Solutions for Ageing well - AAL Call Challenge 2018
Deadline: 28 May 2018   CALL EXPIRED

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The aim of this competition announcement is to support innovative, transnational and multi-disciplinary collaborative projects developing ICT-based solutions by targeting any application area(s) within the AAL domain (the call document will provide information on the relevant AAL taxonomy and the specified target markets). For the first time, this year, the call allows for more flexibility regarding the scope, size and duration of the submitted projects by including small collaborative projects.


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Deadline: 28th May 2018

Attention: Please note that the Guide for Applicants, the template Part B, and the national eligibility criteria will be published on this page in the coming days


Partner search website: http://partner-search.aal-europe.eu/ 
Proposal website: http://proposals.aal-europe.eu




“Collaborative projects” (carried out by consortia composed of at least 3 organisations from 3 different countries including an end user organisation and a business partner) will remain the main funding tool for this call. Next to the “Collaborative projects”, a new and agiler project tool will be introduced: The Small Collaborative project.



Small collaborative projects have a duration of 6 months, a maximum co-funding budget of €300.000 and leaner application and reporting procedures. The main objective of the small collaborative projects is the exploration of new ideas, concepts and approaches for ICT-based solutions for older adults. They should reach out to new stakeholders for inclusion in (future) development of AAL solutions, build strong collaborations with end-user organisations, support community building with new customers and create shared agendas.


With regard to collaborative projects, the following countries with a total of 20 Funding Authorities will participate in the 2018 call:

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium (Innoviris-Brussels & Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship Agency)
  3. Canada
  4. Cyprus
  5. Hungary
  6. Italy (MoH, MIUR, Friuli Venezia Giulia Region)
  7. Luxembourg (LuxInnovation, FNR)
  8. The Netherlands
  9. Norway
  10. Poland
  11. Portugal
  12. Romania
  13. Slovenia
  14. Spain (ISCIII, Biscay province)
  15. Switzerland


With regard to small collaborative projects, the following countries with a total of 10 Funding Authorities will provide funding for this new tool within the 2018 call:

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium (Innoviris-Brussels & Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship Agency)
  3. Denmark
  4. Italy (MoH)
  5. The Netherlands
  6. Portugal
  7. Romania
  8. Spain (ISCIII, Biscay province)

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