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By Rafael de Andrés-Medina. Treasurer, Executive Board. ALL-JP

By Rafael de Andrés-Medina. Treasurer, Executive Board. ALL-JP

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    • Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Joint Programme (JP), Overview Rafael De Andrés-Medina Treasurer, Executive Board AAL Association & Joint Programme treasurer@aal-europe.eu 1 st European Workshop How technologies can help. Driving innovation to the real need of the AAL market 3 th June 2010, 10:00 - 17:15 AVANTE Barcelona, 2 th – 4 th June 2010 http://www.aal-europe.eu/
    • AAL JP: Aims • Use of ICT – Tools, Systems and Services • Develop products and services for aging well at home, in the community and at work • Create critical mass of R&D and Innovation: • Strengthening European Research Area (ERA) • Create markets through common and compatible European solutions • Include SME´s at all levels of activities • Strengthening the industrial base in Europe • Include Users at all stages of activities AVANTE - WS 2 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • AAL JP: ICT applied research for ageing well New JP, for funding RTD in Europe: 2008 – 2013 • EC participation based on art. 185 of the EC Treaty (former art. 169) – Decision, European Parliament and Council [of Ministers], published 30 th July 2008 – [now 23] Member States (MMSS) driven JP – Midterm assessment • Total expected AAL JP funding ~ 600 M €: – EC funds < 25 M € per year: • 6 % JP central administration, 5 % accompanying measures, 89 % calls – Flexible and variable geometry to increase of the value chain – Annual call: ~ 60 M € = ~ 37 M € MMSS + ~ 23 M € EC ~ 47 % private and ~ 43 % public funding. • 12 - 36 months trasnational projects 3 -10 partners from > 3 MMs with only 1 coordinator > 1 eligible SME partner which can be the business partner > 1 eligible end-user organization (proactively involved) – No end-users no industrial total partners < 1/3 total efforts in the project (hours/man months) – BP, 2 - 3 years market perspective after project´s end) European and MSs – Transnational Project cost, total budget = 1-7M€ » Maximum public co-funding from the AAL JP: <3M€ AVANTE - WS 3 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • Partner State Annual indicative funding in M € Austria Belgium 2.5 1.0 AAL JP: Partner States Today Cyprus 0.5 Denmark 0.5 Finland 2.5 France 3.0 Germany 5.0 Greece 1.5 Hungary 2.5 Ireland 0.5 Israel 1.0 Italy 2.5 Luxembourg-FNR 03 20 EU, LUXINNOVATION 0.3 3 non EU countries Norway 0.2 Netherlands 1.9 Poland 1.0 Portugal 0.5 Romania 0.2 Slovenia 0.2 Spain-ISCIII 2.4 Spain-MITYC 2.0 Sweden 1,0 Switzerland 2.0 United Kingdom 1.1 AVANTE - WS 4 23 partner states ~ 35 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010 European Commission < 25
    • The AAL Association, Organisation of the Legal Entity of AAL JP AAL Association [AALA] General Assembly [GA] •Final decision body: 1 vote per partner state [MMs] European Commission[EC] Executive Board [EB] Working Groups[WGs] 4 Members (person) working programme [wp] (now delegates from Germany, Hungary, Spain, Sweden) Call preparation • Political, legal, administrative, financial Workshops [WSs] • Represents the AALA & JP etc Advisory Group[AB] • Overall strategy Management Unit [MU]: Operational •Central Management Unit [CMU]. Staff: 5-6 persons •National Contact Persons [NCPs]: 1 per MS agency AVANTE - WS Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • AAL JP, in action – Annual work programme 2008 Prevention and management of chronic conditions. – Launched in April 2008 (118 submitted) - Start of 23 funded transnational projects ~ 2009 q2 – Annual work programme 2009 ICT based solutions for Advancement of Social Interaction of Elderly People – Launched in February 2009 (104 submitted) - Start of ~ 30 funded transnational projects ~ 2010 q2 – Governments, regions/municipalities, policy makers, researchers, industry, insurance organisations, users, buyers – 600+ participants ~ 40 exhibitors – Annual work programme 2010 ICT-based Solutions for Advancement of Older Persons Independence and Participation in the “Self-serve Society”. – Launched in April 2010 - Start of funded transnational projects ~ 2011 q2 – Governments, regions/municipalities, policy makers, researchers, industry, insurance organisations, users, buyers, market intelligence – AAL Virtual Community, – Annual work programme 2011 AVANTE - WS 6 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • AAL call-1 (2008) and call-2 (2009), coordinators per AAL parnter state Call-1. Nº Coordinators per AAL partner state in the ranked proposals (N = 56) Call-2. Nº Coordinators per AAL partner state the ranked proposals (N = 41) AVANTE - WS 7 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • 15-17 SEPTEMBER 2010 ODENSE, DENMARK AAL JP ACTIVE AGEING: SMART SOLUTIONS, NEW FORUM 2010 MARKETS AAL JP Forum 2010 Chairs •Prof. Dr. Lena Gustafsson, AAL Association & Joint Programme President •Mr. Claus Nilssen, ALL JP Forum 2010 Committee Chair, •Mr. Reinhard Goebl, AAL JP Investment Forum 2010 Chair, AAL JP FORUM 2010 ACTIVE AGEING: SMART SOLUTIONS, NEW MARKETS city of Odense 15-17 SEPTEMBER - DENMARK, ODENSE AAL JP INVESTMENT FORUM 14-15 SEPTEMBER - ODENSE, DENMARK AVANTE - WS 8 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • AAL JP, challenges Compulsory external midterm evaluation: Feedback and after • Foster research outcome deployment Extension in time, after 2013 • Inter-country cohesion improvement: win- win to win • Intra-country coherence between available funds and potential RTD community • Global positioning and cooperation • Interoperability • Digital ageing • Frugal innovation • Escalation and its affordability AVANTE - WS 9 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • AAL JP, Political frame EU • Digital Agenda for Europe COM(2010) 245 2.7.2. Sustainable healthcare and ICT-based support for dignified and independent livingn living – Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) technologies put ICT within the reach of all. The EU AAL-dedicated Joint Programme with Member States and related advanced research, – Other actions: • Reinforce the Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Joint Programme to allow older people and persons with disabilities to live independently and be active in society. • Europe 2020. A Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth COM(2010) 2020 – Flagship Initiative: "Innovation Union" • To launch 'European Innovation Partnerships' between the EU and national levels to speed up the development and deployment of the technologies needed to meet the challenges identified. The first will include: 'building the bio-economy by 2020', 'the key enabling technologies to shape Europe's industrial future' and 'technologies to allow older people to live independently and be active in society'; – Flagship Initiative: "An industrial policy for the globalisation era“ – Flagship Initiative: "An Agenda for new skills and jobs" – 3.2. Investing in growth: cohesion policy, mobilising the EU budget and private finance AVANTE - WS 10 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • Some still pending AAL challenges • A societal [re-]adaptation of ageing paradigm and its personal self perception: • Ageing and ageing actors and stakeholder at socio-economic mean stream • Shall we need a [re-]adaptation of the ethical paradigm too? • Political, societal and socio-economic re-engineering • of the RTD and industrial systems both as proccesses and as organisations • at the scope of new skills for some existing care professions, as well as for new professions. • Clustering polymorphic polysemic “identities” of PPP of actors and stakeholders with cross-cutting comprehensive [S&T + societal + socio-economic] agendas • Tackle the escalation issue: • Qualitative and quantitative: » Technical and political complexity » transition from low escale to big figures is not only about increased absolute figures and costs AVANTE - WS 11 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010
    • Many thanks for your attention! Dr. Rafael De Andrés-Medina Fund For health Researh UnderDirectorate General for Research Assessment and Promotion. Institute of Health Carlos III Spain rdam@isciii.es AVANTE - WS www.isciii.es/ 12 Barcelona, June 3 rd, 2010