01.09.2020 - 28.02.2022
|EU – Funding measure
||„Cluster Go International“ research and innovation programme of the European Union
|Project name:||New European Electronics for Global Health and Wellbeing (Kürzel “NE4HEALTH”)|
and project partners
|Duration:||01.09.2020 until 28.02.2022|
Healthtronics – Virtual Economic Missions
The three events are virtual business missions whose main objective is to establish cooperation between EU and entities from the US, Israel and Japan. The meetings will allow you to get acquainted with the digital health sector in the EU and the three target countries. We will do our best to broaden your horizons in the modern technology industry and provide practical knowledge in the field of product commercialization. It will also be a great opportunity to meet companies that are successful in the implementation of health and electronics and thus can be an inspiration for new projects.
Healthtronics EU – USA Bridge – 18-19 January 2022 – More Information
Healthtronics EU – Israel Bridge – 27 January 2022 – More Information
Healthtronics EU – Japan Bridge – 31 January 2022 – More Information
BeHEALTH 2021 – Online International Event in Healthcarefrom 26 – 28 October 2021
The 4th edition of this unique event will bring together companies, organizations, universities, and public entities, is the perfect environment for international partnerships, resulting in increased health-related economic competitiveness.
BEHEALTH 2021 is an event organized by ROHEALTH – Cluster for Health and Bioeconomy. ROHEALTH is the only Romanian Health and Bioeconomy cluster with national coverage.
Matchmaking Fridays – Health Edition: 29 January 2021 – 09:00 – 13:00 CET
Together with our SmartEEs cluster partners DSP Valley (BE/NL) and Minalogic (FR) we invite you to the 1st Matchmaking Friday ‘Healt Edition’. Whether you are developing flexible electronics for medical devices, or you have an unmatched business need flexible electronic technology can solve. We will find a suitable partner, bringing together SMEs, Midcaps, Labs and RTOs around Flexible Electronics Business Opportunities.
03 June 2021 – Milestone reached!
We have selected 3 Targeted Third Countries (TTC) – Japan, USA and Israel. Due to restrictions imposed by the pandemic, these missions will be digital.
08 October 2020 – NE4HEALTH Kick-off
The NE4HEALTH project, in which OES is also a partner, started on 1st September 2020. The aim of the project is to promote the networking of European players in the field of flexible electronics for medical technology. OES cooperates with four other European clusters from Spain, Romania, Poland and Latvia.
Medical technologies are products, services or solutions used to save and improve people’s lives. This health and wellbeing applications are available in hospitals, community-care settings and at home (sticking plasters, screening tests, pregnancy tests, hearing aids, body scanners, gene mutation tests, implantable devices, joints for knees and hips). There are more than 25.000 SMEs in Europe’s health and wellbeing sector. The associated market worldwide is €426 billion (€115 billion in Europe) and the value chains are becoming more and more global.
Objectives and approach
The main objective of the project is to build-up a partnership of world leading clusters to configure a “European Strategic Cluster Partnership – Going International” focused on internationalization of electronics (printed, embedded…) technologies applied to health and wellbeing sectors. This European Strategic Cluster Partnership (ESCP-4i) will lead 5 EU clusters (and their SMEs) to increase their competitiveness and innovation potential for internationalization with a common European approach, fostering international cooperation among SMEs, and enhance Innovation, in the field of electronics applied to health and wellbeing sectors.
The Partnership will involve from the beginning clusters from Spain, Germany (Saxony), Romania, Poland (Pomerania) and Latvia, but with a European vocation and covering the whole value chain from materials to health and wellbeing markets.
The work methodology will be structured on 3 core actions to ensure:
- involvement of Cluster members in the bottom-up definition and implementation of the internationalization strategy
- building a strong and compact internationalization partnership implementing joint actions (organisation of 5 EU matchmaking events and 3 missions to Targeted Third Countries (TTC))
- committing the resulting EU stakeholders on a long-term and self-sustainable implementation roadmap
The Partnership will start with the following TTC candidates: Japan, USA, South Korea, Israel, Canada, Taiwan, China