The SmartEEs application experiment Smart WORKWEAR helped CP ALUART to scale up the manufacturing of smart shirt SMART WORKWEAR measures heart rate and body core temperature. Look at the solution for high temperature or moisture environments for outdoor and industrial workers based on flexible electronics and discover all involved organizations (C.P. Aluart, TNO, TITERA, EBN and IPN) and their capabilities on Smartees Ecosystem.
The SmartEEs application experiment ROSA helped Mentech Innovation and Quad Industries to scale up the manufacturing of their skin conductance foot patch for stress detection in clients with severe intellectual disability. Smart patch with printed electrodes measures electrodermal activity on a foot. Discover – Mentech and Quad company profile and their capabilities on Smartees Ecosystem.
16 February 2022 – The SmartEEs Association is officially launched, opening its doors to companies, including Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), and research institutions to support the production and adoption of flexible and wearable electronics (FWE) technology.
SmartEEs reached an amazing milestone with the establishment of its independent SmartEEs Association. After a full review process as part of the SmartEEs2 project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation scheme, under Grant Agreement no 872076, the SmartEEs Association is now the 15th official partner of the project.
The SmartEEs2 project is the Digital Innovation Hub for FWE technology, offering integrated innovation services to facilitate efficient adoption of FWE technologies by business and concrete market cases in any sector, including furthering transformation where digital technologies are underexploited. To ensure high quality services and excellent customer experience, as well as sustainability past the Horizon 2020 funded project, we are happy to announce the establishment of the SmartEEs Association.
The Association is represented by a front office. Its founding members signed the bylaws that install the Association as an independent legal. Following a Grant Agreement amendment on 1 September 2021, the Association is now fully operational as a single-entry point for customers.
We are fully committed to serving the market with Flexible & Wearable Electronics solutions. With the founding members and large network of associated companies, the Association is here to support integrating FWE technology, whether to FWE tech providers or those want to apply its solutions to business. For a first glance at the technology offer, please visit the SmartEEs Association website (https://smartees.tech), where you can also contact the front office (https://smartees.tech/contact-us).
You can also have a look at the extensive SmartEEs2 marketplace (https://ecosystem.smartees2.eu/), which is fully integrated into the Association’s offerings. Further, to stay up-to-date on all the Association’s activities, as well as news from the FWE ecosystem, be sure to follow the new Association on LinkedIn (@smartees-fwea) and Twitter (@SmarteesF).
The first Constituent General Assembly, held on 18 June 2021, established the Association as a non-profit organization. On 23 July 2021, the Association was registered in Belgium as an independent legal entity with legal capacity, which, according to Belgian law, is governed by the bylaws signed by its Founding Members.
Project partners: COMMISSARIAT À L’ÉNERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ÉNERGIES ALTERNATIVES, CENTRE FOR PROCESS INNOVATION LIMITED, FUNDACIÓ EURECAT, IMEC, Centre of Nanotechnology and Smart Materials, BLUMORPHO, AMIRES S.R.O., MINALOGIC, DSP VALLEY and ORGANIC ELECTRONICS SAXONY, FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FORDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG EV, TEKNOLOGIAN TUTKIMUSKESKUS VTT OY, NEDERLANDSE ORGANISATIE VOOR TOEGEPAST NATUURWETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK TNO
Keywords: FLEXIBLE ELECTRONIC; WEARABLE ELECTRONIC; LARGE AREA ELECTRONIC; FLEXIBLE ELECTRONIC; FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT; FLEXIBLE SENSOR; HYBRID ELECTRONIC; CONFORMABLE ELECTRONIC; COMFORMABLE CIRCUIT; CONFORMABLE SENSOR; STRETCHABLE ELECTRONIC; STRETCHABLE CIRCUIT; STRETCHABLE SENSOR; ORGANIC ELECTRONIC; ORGANIC CIRCUIT; ORGANIC SENSOR; IN-MOLD ELECTRONIC; PLASTRONIC; ELASTRONIC; THIN FILM ELECTRONIC; THIN FILM SENSOR; CHIP ON FLEX; CHIP ON FILM; FLEXIBLE CHIP; STRETCHABLE CHIP; FLEXIBLE ELECTRODE; STRETCHABLE ELECTRODE; CONFORMABLE ELECTRODE; ORGANIC ELECTRODE; SYSTEMS ON FOIL; ELASTIC ELECTRONIC
Following the evaluation process of proposals submitted by the 5th cut-off date, the SmartEEs2 consortium selected 7 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 30 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.
If you would like to know more about the 5th cut-off evaluation results, please check the Public Evaluation Report.
The SmartEEs2 consortium is proud to publish the catalogue of the Technical Marketplace Offering, including the project’s purpose and its objectives, as well as a brief introduction for each offering currently available in the SmartEEs2 Marketplace.
The brochure details the classification between products, prototypes, and technical services and how to search its offerings.
Have a look at it and share it with those who are interested in Flexible and Wearable Electronics (FWE) products, prototypes and services!
You can download it here.