We are so delighted to celebrate the newly announced promotions for our colleagues. Warmest congratulations are in place. We love to celebrate successes and this time salute the following colleagues of ours: Diederick, Johannes, Jani, Elisabeth, Germain and Janne. You all rock!
Since 2011, the CTO of the Year Award has been an annual recognition of the importance of Chief Technology officers to the future competitiveness of Finnish industries. The award has two categories: SMEs and Large enterprises. Moreover, for a third year in a row, there will be an award for the Innovation Professor of the Year. The award was set up to increase the recognition of collaboration between academia and companies.
The European Commission has launched the ‘Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy’ together with an Action of 82 initiatives that lay the foundation for how the EU transport system can achieve its green and digital transformation and a 90% cut in emissions by 2050.
Making a positive impact on people’s well-being and treatment of diseases holds true for our customer projects in the health sector. We have witnessed strong growth in public funding for the health sector, and we are excited to have an opportunity to be part of various important projects that aim to tackle some of the most pressing challenges in the health sector.
The updated EU Industrial Strategy highlights the need to accelerate the green and digital transition of the EU industry and its ecosystems. Tourism, as the most heavily hit ecosystem by the COVID-19 crisis, will be the first to have its transition pathway. The calls for project proposals are now presented.
We talked with our customer, Professor Carin Uyl-de Groot from Erasmus University Rotterdam, on taking upon the role of Project Coordinator in the consortium project that recently secured funding from Horizon Europe. Together with nine partners, Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, has now launched the ASCERTAIN project aiming to improve the affordability and sustainability of innovative health technologies. She reflects on the role of Project Coordinator and the successful funding application process towards Grant Agreement.
Spinverse team gathered at the Spinverse office in Keilasatama in February for some festivities for our CEO Laura Koponen. We raised a toast to our CEO Laura Koponen who reached a milestone of 15 years of service with Spinverse.
So, your company or a consortium you are in got a positive decision for the funding application in a Horizon Europe call — well done! One of the next steps in the process for the Coordinators is to get ready for the Grant Agreement. We put together some tips for you.
Spinverse helped Komatsu Forest in securing funding to build cutting-edge solutions for sustainable agriculture and forestry
A new project takes productivity within agriculture and forestry to the next level. The AGRARSENSE consortium will develop European state-of-the-art technologies in electronic components and systems for future needs, building European resilience in critical sectors and strongly contribute to sustainability targets and climate change mitigation. Spinverse supported the successful funding application of AGRARSENSE Coordinator Komatsu Forest. With the three-year project starting and bringing together a consortium of 52 partners from all over Europe, Spinverse team now provides AGRARSENSE with project coordination services.
Spinverse has been coordinating the extensive CleverHealth Network (CHN) ecosystem led by Helsinki University Hospital (HUS) for a good five years now. Business Finland recently granted an extension to funding of this health care growth engine. This enables CHN to continue the work in harnessing health data, AI and Machine Learning with an aim to co-develop efficient care paths and improve patients’ daily lives. The first solutions developed in CHN projects are already progressing towards commercialisation and new joint projects are being built as we speak.