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Selected startups and SMEs from EU member states will receive state aid support

Under the Digital Europe Programme, the European Commission, in collaboration with Member States, is co-financing a 5 years project, started from 2023 and named TEF-Health, Testing and Experimentation Facility for Health AI and Robotics (Project: 101100700 — TEF-Health — DIGITAL-2022-CLOUD-AI-02). This project aims to support developers in healthcare Artificial Intelligence and robotics sector, enabling them to bring trustworthy AI solutions to the market with increased efficiency, and fostering their widespread adoption across Europe.

One core element of this collaboration involves establishing a network of practical testing facilities. These facilities encompass a range of components, including physical infrastructure, data, and computational resources, living labs, and laboratory testing facilities.  They will serve as essential resources, providing healthcare innovators with the opportunity to conduct extensive tests and experiments on their AI and robotics solutions within large-scale and sustainable real or realistic environments.

TEF-Health is fully equipped to provide validation through certified services for AI and robotics-based solutions across various medical domains. TEF-Health calls are gateways to identifying the ideal partners for collaboratively designing and conducting a validation study for your groundbreaking healthcare product or service, rooted in AI or robotics technology.

TEF-Health will connect SMEs to the best research centers and laboratories, Universities and Hospitals within Europe that can help you to test solutions with high quality data, patients, clinicians, and medical staff, so you can get one step closer to go to market.

Selected startups and SMEs from EU member states will receive state aid support in the form of discounts on the market price of validation services. Such discounts will vary based on the type and complexity of the service and relative demand for each offer.

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Selected startups and SMEs from EU member states will receive state aid support

Under the Digital Europe Programme, the European Commission, in collaboration with Member States, is co-financing a 5 years project, started from 2023 and named TEF-Health, Testing and Experimentation Facility for Health AI and Robotics (Project: 101100700 — TEF-Health — DIGITAL-2022-CLOUD-AI-02). This project aims to support developers in healthcare Artificial Intelligence and robotics sector, enabling them to bring trustworthy AI solutions to the market with increased efficiency, and fostering their widespread adoption across Europe.

One core element of this collaboration involves establishing a network of practical testing facilities. These facilities encompass a range of components, including physical infrastructure, data, and computational resources, living labs, and laboratory testing facilities.  They will serve as essential resources, providing healthcare innovators with the opportunity to conduct extensive tests and experiments on their AI and robotics solutions within large-scale and sustainable real or realistic environments.

TEF-Health is fully equipped to provide validation through certified services for AI and robotics-based solutions across various medical domains. TEF-Health calls are gateways to identifying the ideal partners for collaboratively designing and conducting a validation study for your groundbreaking healthcare product or service, rooted in AI or robotics technology.

TEF-Health will connect SMEs to the best research centers and laboratories, Universities and Hospitals within Europe that can help you to test solutions with high quality data, patients, clinicians, and medical staff, so you can get one step closer to go to market.

Selected startups and SMEs from EU member states will receive state aid support in the form of discounts on the market price of validation services. Such discounts will vary based on the type and complexity of the service and relative demand for each offer.

Read more

Selected startups and SMEs from EU member states will receive state aid support

Under the Digital Europe Programme, the European Commission, in collaboration with Member States, is co-financing a 5 years project, started from 2023 and named TEF-Health, Testing and Experimentation Facility for Health AI and Robotics (Project: 101100700 — TEF-Health — DIGITAL-2022-CLOUD-AI-02). This project aims to support developers in healthcare Artificial Intelligence and robotics sector, enabling them to bring trustworthy AI solutions to the market with increased efficiency, and fostering their widespread adoption across Europe.

One core element of this collaboration involves establishing a network of practical testing facilities. These facilities encompass a range of components, including physical infrastructure, data, and computational resources, living labs, and laboratory testing facilities.  They will serve as essential resources, providing healthcare innovators with the opportunity to conduct extensive tests and experiments on their AI and robotics solutions within large-scale and sustainable real or realistic environments.

TEF-Health is fully equipped to provide validation through certified services for AI and robotics-based solutions across various medical domains. TEF-Health calls are gateways to identifying the ideal partners for collaboratively designing and conducting a validation study for your groundbreaking healthcare product or service, rooted in AI or robotics technology.

TEF-Health will connect SMEs to the best research centers and laboratories, Universities and Hospitals within Europe that can help you to test solutions with high quality data, patients, clinicians, and medical staff, so you can get one step closer to go to market.

Selected startups and SMEs from EU member states will receive state aid support in the form of discounts on the market price of validation services. Such discounts will vary based on the type and complexity of the service and relative demand for each offer.

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