The webinar offered a better understanding of the range of legal issues that a growing startup may encounter, in order to avoid the common pitfalls of developing and scaling a new business, as well as to gain a better position for long-term success.
The webinar gave tips and advice on how to prepare and present a business pitch to potential investors in order to secure funding for a project. It covers different approaches ranging from an elevator pitch to a longer business pitch, including market analysis, business model and strategy, an overview of the competition, risks, and financial projections.
The webinar gave an overview of the type of investors that entrepreneurs need and should look for, depending on the stage that their project is. Likewise, it contains hints on how to easily search/find the investors (companies, relevant personas) through desktop research and social media.
The webinar provided an insight on how to identify and better understand customer needs, in order to be able to develop properly tailored solutions. It covers the types of customer needs, how to perform customer needs analyses, as well as how to use the obtained results to provide marketable solutions.
The online workshop covered the ins and outs of social media channels and provided insights on reaching and engaging customers on the social network platforms that they use most in their free time.
The webinar gave an overview of PR in terms of inbound marketing used to reach the right audience with the right content at the right time and place, i.e. how to draw customers to one’s products and services via content marketing, social media marketing, search engine optimization and branding.
The webinar gave an overview of digital marketing options for SMEs and startups for establishing a strong online presence. It covered how to identify and reach the right audience, how to get started with keywords, how to choose the right social media platform, how to create content, how set up a content mix and scale it, as well as some tips & tricks.
The webinar covered the SME Instrument and Fast Track to Innovation, including the descriptions of eligible applicants, the application process, evaluation criteria, amount of available funding and upcoming deadlines, as well as some general tips & advice.
From Ground to the Cloud is an IoT Platform for Industry Digitalization. In this webinar, the participants learnt more about the optimizing industrial process, monitoring control and real examples of that application, following the evolution of the industry.
Internet of Bodies (IoB) is not more than an extension of the Internet of Things (IoT), connecting bodies with the internet. In this webinar, participants learnt more about this theme, as definition, generations and IoB examples.
The webinar covered the principles of standardization on how to boost innovation through the standards and how to use them in the DIATOMIC project.
Sense&Mine4.0 develops technology for the smart integration of contextual information in the mining industry.
The IIP program is a repeatable 8-week service-design process combining co-creation activities and rapid application development, using internet-enabled hard/software infrastructure from Pulselabs called a “Shadow Infrastructure”.
BOLTSENS is new sensor development and it is one step beyond the current Probe concept sensor from Atten2, but the new sensor will contain both a RGB detector and a NDIR (non-dispersive infrared) detector, with a peak wavelength sensitivity centered at 1450nm, which can be used to measure the water content.
BISEM experiment aims to develop and validate on crop field a set of biodegradables, low cost, disposable sensors to measure agricultural relevant parameters like ground temperature, humidity and PH.
ARCHIVE consists mainly of “an autonomous connected door” product for beehive with a main key feature to count bees and detect abnormal events by sound analysis.
AquaDig aims to develop a digital layer that monitors and optimizes equipment operation and provides food safety and traceability.
EBASI experiment proposes a multimodal sensor-based recognition for social activities of daily living, integrated with a domotic system.
dreaMS aims is to support precise diagnosis and treatment optimisation by developing a new type of biomarkers through the use of consumer devices and data science.
SmalTec is developing a revolutionary Smart Floor system that delivers accurate personalized movement information in interaction with a small wearable sensor.
MEDICATION aims to decisively decrease medical delivery errors in the hospital value chain.
StoryWine is a platform innovating the precision viticulture by creating added value on top of smart agriculture best-practices, which nowadays focus mostly on monitoring processes.
The project Agrinav represent the development of software to apply variable quantities of fertilizer to a crop according to need.
The objective of CHAT is to extend functionality of several advanced micro-electronics devices and integrate them into a smart cloud-based system.
eOrchard Pistachio are developing the ultimate software solution specifically for the growers of Pistachios, and deploying it in the orchards of Spain’s largest vendor of Pistachios.
CYRUS aims to extend an innovative Quality Assurance system, built by D-Cube, able to identify and categorize extrusion production defects in real-time and alert the extrusion controller to proceed in corrective actions.
SMARTWEARABLE project will aim to develop and experiment a new smart robot system for lower-limb rehabilitation.
Connective Floors product Smart Floor, integrated into floorings of Healthcare centers, can measure walking parameters like e.g. walking speed, step length, step frequency, and step regularity.
I am Philippe Cousin, CEO, French SME Easy Global Market (EGM, www.eglobalmark.com) I created in 2010. Since then we have been involved in 24 FP/H2020 projects and we focused recently the company as an IoT engineering company where we do innovative objects from hardware to cloud/AI. We also focused our action to some verticals such as water and aquaculture
The Stakeholder Forum takes its place from the 13th of November till the 15th of November in Madrid, Spain.
We are proud to share the outcomes of the DIATOMIC Demo Day and Bootcamp which took place on October 8th and 9th, 2019 in Athens, Greece, at the facilities of our project coordinator INTRASOFT and the premises of Synelixis, respectively.
Help ARCHIVe to investigate the challenges of the beekeeping in Europe.
ICYMI: We hosted a webinar to guide startups/ SMEs through DIATOMIC Open Call #2 guidelines/ procedures. Learn more about what we covered and watch webinar recording!
Join us this Wednesday (Jan 9) @1pm CET for an online Meet&Match Session: a matchmaking event for finding potential partners for your application experiment.
During this webinar, we did a deep dive into eligibility requirements and the application/ evaluation process. We'll also guided interested startups/ SMEs through the program details. After the webinar, there was a Q&A session.
DIATOMIC is joining the Digital Innovation Hubs Annual Event 2018 (Nov 27 - 28, Warsaw, PL). Let's meet!
To better understand this mechanism, PCN TIC, NMBP and PME, with the support of clusters Systematic , Cap Digital , Minalogic and EMC2, are organizing an info-session on cascading grants (08 November, Paris).
#EFECS2018: Finding new partners to collaborate with during your experiment can be daunting. DIATOMIC offers a pool of more than 200 tech providers, tech adopters and end-users through its pan-European network of Digital Innovation Hubs.
Smart Floor has won the Dutch Sports Innovation Award 2018. The prize was awarded during the 15th National Sports Innovation Congress held in Eindhoven.
Eight consortia have been selected from amongst a total of 85 submitted applications to take part in DIATOMIC, a pan-European network of Digital Innovation Hubs focused on microelectronics innovation.
The 2018 edition of the Digital Innovation Hubs Annual Event will bring together SMEs, startups, RTOs, DIHs and policy-makers from all around Europe with the objective of reinforcing the capacity of DIHs to support Startups and SMEs in their digital transformation and go to market phase.
During the months of September, October and November the DIATOMIC starts on the road, passing through Portugal on a RoadShow, in some of the best incubators and business centre in Portugal and Spain.
We've been invited to present our funding opportunities for microelectronics-based smart innovations at a webinar organized by IRSUS project on cascade funding.
Currently, the IoF2020 gathers nineteen use cases around Europe in five themes or so called trials. The use cases in the arable, dairy, fruits, meat and vegetables trial develop, test and demonstrate Internet of Things technology in operational agri-environments, both conventional and organic.
All interested applicants are encouraged to attend this session. We will be covering eligibility, the application process, selection criteria, and program details, with ample time for specific questions.
DIATOMIC, an EU-funded network of digital innovation hubs, is organizing a workshop as a part of a regional conference called FABelgrade which is dedicated to the promotion of digital fabrication and fab lab concept.
Industry 4.0: what can be done to support digital transformation? Through a series of innovation actions, the European Union-funded Smart Anything Everywhere (SAE) programme supports both high- and low-tech sectors in digital value creation.
Barcelona Industry Week (1st - 6th October) is the place to be for Industry 4.0 and industrial innovation. Let's meet and discuss about the funding opportunities for projects on 3D printed electronics!