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On the 5th November, the Enterprise Europe Network at Invest NI hosted an information session on Horizon 2020 health and related national funding opportunities.
Presentations from the event are now available to download.
VITAL Technology Scouting Initiative - For NI & Border County based SMEs
Are you an SME in need of a new Product or a new Innovative Technology to grow your Top Line?
VITAL is a pioneering €2.5 Million project designed to connect companies to innovative technologies.
The VITAL technology scouting project is a project which will work with you to identify and evaluate your need, source a solution which will have the potential to achieve top line growth and then provide assistance to fast track to market.
VITAL technologies will come from numerous cross-border, national and international sources. All participating SMEs must be based in Northern Ireland (outside the Greater Belfast region) or the six border counties of Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Louth, Monaghan & Sligo in Ireland.
In 2014, the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) are planning to invest up to £3 million in research and demonstration of localised energy systems that are compatible with national scale infrastructure. Northern Ireland stakeholders were given the opportunity to influence the priority challenge areas that will attract investment through a workshop hosted by Invest NI's Collaborative R&D Support Service in collaboration with the Environmental Sustainability Knowledge Transfer Network (ESKTN).
This new technology enables electronics devices to be printed in exactly the same way as we produce newspapers today, on a rolling strip, at the same speed, and from the same printing machines.
Displays, smart labels, transistors, energy sources and whole communication systems roll out from printing machines, quickly, cheaply and eco-friendly.
If you can imagine applications, or if you are a printer or electronics company who would like to enter this area, read more.
Featuring Peter Walters UK ICT National Contact Point, Ian Broster Rapita Systems, Martin McHugh Microsemi Corporation, Ian Philips ARM Ltd., Dave Carter Manchester Digital Development Agency.