Nordic Innovators has successfully coordinated and developed two proposals for the EUROSTARS-2 Programme for the cut-off date in March 2015. The Norwegian SMEs, PaleBlue AS and digiDoc Technologies AS will both receive R&D funding from EUROSTARS.
Nordic Innovators and our Norwegian SME clients were again very successful in EUROSTARS – in total Nordic Innovators assisted the presentation of three Norwegian proposals for the March cut-off date – of which two were successful and both originating from the Stavanger Region. We are very pleased to experience that our SME mobilisation effort in the Stavanger Region is yielding results.
EUROSTARS is an international research programme focusing on R&D performing small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The EUROSTARS programme supports project applicants by co-financing of research, development and demonstration activities carried out by transnational consortia consisting of at least two participants from two Eureka member countries and led by research-intensive SMEs.
Short about the winning projects
DCS – Diving Control Simulator for Diving Supervisors
The primary objective of the DCS project is to research, develop and test a novel simulator for diving supervisor training and procedure testing – providing a training simulator solution supporting multiple modules for saturation and air diving control. PaleBlue AS will coordinate the DCS project and you can read more about their business here.
Breeze – Development and demonstration of a new medical device for paediatric asthma monitoring & management
The objective of the Breeze project is to develop and demonstrate an innovative medical device for in-home asthma diagnostics, monitoring and management, specially designed for the paediatric population. The ‘Breeze’ solution provides direct quantification of airway condition by combining: (1) a novel whistle-type measuring device, and (2) a comprehensive smartphone/tablet App for recording, displaying and utilising measurements in diagnosis, monitoring and management of asthma in children. digiDoc Technologies AS will coordinate the Breeze project and you can read more about their business here.