Introduction

These are the current projects Innomine takes part in.

Blockchers

BLOCKCHERS is a Coordinated and Support Action (CSA) project co-funded by the European Union. This Horizon2020 project is providing support to the SMEs working with DLT technologies with equity free funding. Among two different batches, Blockchers will run a program that will foster the matchmaking among traditional SMEs and potential DLT specialists, as technology providers, and sensitizing about the benefits and opportunities around DLTs to implement real use case scenarios in a variety of verticals.

IRSUS - Innovation Radar Support Service

In the framework of Startup Europe for Growth and Innovation Radar program of European Commission IRSUS project has been selected to bring European research and innovation to the next level.

IRSUS will bridge the gaps faced by innovators (research teams, SMEs, spinoffs & start-ups) to reach the market with a feasible, viable and attractive business case and strategy for users, clients, partners and investors. IRSUS will support researchers and innovators through the road to market. Close to 200 promising ICT innovations detected by the Innovation Radar methodology by the European Commission will directly benefit from IRSUS support, to successfully drive their way to markets and to reach commercial exploitation.

CloudiFacturing

The mission of CloudiFacturing is to optimize production processes and producibility using Cloud/HPC-based modelling and simulation, leveraging online factory data and advanced data analytics, thus contributing to the competitiveness and resource efficiency of manufacturing SMEs, ultimately fostering the vision of Factories 4.0 and the circular economy.

ALTFINator

Innomine – as a partner leading strategy design and development – is part of the new project, ALTFInator to revolutionize European innovation funding.

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) represent over 99% of businesses in the EU, and one of the most important issues they face is the difficulty of accessing funds. Alternative financing (AF) for businesses across Europe has increased in recent years, becoming an important source of finance, but access to these sources varies considerably across Europe with Southern, Central and Eastern European regions lagging behind Northern and Western European regions.

FET Briefing

BRIEFING – “Bridging the FET Innovation Gap“ facilitates the translation of European research excellence into tangible innovation potential. The project leverages different ways of exploiting FET research by supporting researchers in their innovation exploration and fosters the connection between the worlds of researchers and different business stakeholder groups. Our services are based on a flexible system of support tools and services that allow for a tailor-made approach to the diverse needs of the different stakeholder groups.