Following the evaluation process of proposals submitted by the 4th cut-off date, the SmartEEs2 consortium selected 8 proposals to proceed with the contracting phase. The projects are focused on integrating flexible and wearable electronics into advanced new products / series of products.
Altogether 22 proposals were received for this cut-off date, all of which were evaluated by the SmartEEs2 Evaluation Panel. The funding amount for each of the selected projects will be decided during the contracting phase.
On June 17th at 11 am CEST, BLUMORPHO is launching the Open Call “Smart Sustainable Marina”.
Supported by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the event is being hosted by Yacht Club de Monaco, a platform to promote and communicate initiatives in favour of an approach to yachting that fully respects the environment, both at sea and ashore.
Many new technologies are needed to serve players expectations all along the value chain: new materials, cybersecurity, water treatment, ocean protection, energy harvesting and energy management, waste management, circularity, IoT, data and AI, connectivity, vital signs monitoring and more.
Register here for the open call presentation: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4085138011578764813
Go to the website to get more information: https://www.blumorpho.com/monaco-smart-yacht-marina-2021.html
The digital event “Is Paper the future of Electronics?”, organised by BLUMORPHO, is going to take place on June 15th at 11.00 am CEST.
Gaël DEPRES, Central R&D Manager at Arjowiggins will touch on how circularity can drive an industrial group towards innovation. He will address the printed electronics issue and how paper can become an alternative to plastics. Don’t miss out this special opportunity!
Webinar “Printed Sensors and Biosensors” by EURECAT
Are you interested in Printed Sensors and Biosensors products? Don’t miss the webinar on May 26th at 11:30 CEST, organised by EURECAT in the framework of the SmartEEs2 project.
In this webinar two basic printed sensors to meet this challenge are presented: colorimetric and electrochemical devices. It will be also shown the process development involved in sensors’ design, detection methods and fabrication methodologies all based in scalable automated printing techniques such as screen-printing, inkjet-printing, spray-coating and slot-die.