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1 European Commission - DG INFSO Presentation on 6th Call KA1 Systems and Services for the Citizen W. Van Puymbroeck

2 European Commission - DG INFSO Overview 1. KA1 objectives, strategy and focus - recap 2. KA1 6th IST call - Call for Proposals and eligibility - Health - RTD and Best practice/Trials - Persons with Special Needs - RTD - Administrations - Best practice/Trials 3. Guide for proposers and evaluation criteria 4. Project portfolio - work in hand by cluster 5. Some evaluation feedback 6. Key messages

3 European Commission - DG INFSO KEY Action 1: Systems and Services for the Citizen Objectives: Foster the creation of the next generation of user-friendly, dependable, cost-effective and interoperable general-interest servicesFoster the creation of the next generation of user-friendly, dependable, cost-effective and interoperable general-interest services Usability and acceptability of new services…Usability and acceptability of new services…  improve competitiveness & meet user demands

4 European Commission - DG INFSO Strategy & focus: Innovative applications based on innovative systemsInnovative applications based on innovative systems that have significant exploitation potential Long-term & medium-term R&D projectsLong-term & medium-term R&D projects Embrace “the ambient intelligent paradigm”Embrace “the ambient intelligent paradigm” KEY Action 1: Systems and Services for the Citizen - - progress state of the art integration IST components

5 European Commission - DG INFSO  Call for Proposals published on 27th January It defines: l the Action Lines that are open è Reference to the Workprogramme 2001 l the Type of Actions called for è See Guide for Proposers l the deadline and method of delivery of a proposal refers to Manual of Proposal Evaluation Procedures refers to Manual of Proposal Evaluation Procedures Proposals have to be in Brussels Proposals have to be in Brussels on 25 April 2001 before 17:00 Call for Proposers and Eligibility

6 European Commission - DG INFSOHealth Action Line I Intelligent environment for citizen centred health management Origins 1999 (AL I.2.1) - “personal health appliances” 2000 (AL I.1.1) - “process of illness prevention - access to information” integration of the above Focus Health information and guidanceHealth information and guidance Monitoring healthMonitoring health

7 European Commission - DG INFSO Health Action Line I Intelligent collaborative environment supporting continuity of care Origins 1999 (AL I AL I. 2.3) and 2000 (AL I AL: I.1.3) - “patient-orientation” - “health care professionals - orientation” - “health care professionals - orientation” integration of the above - “collaboration” between patient and health professional - continuity of care /telemedicine Focus Care at the point of needCare at the point of need Virtual and collaborative environmentVirtual and collaborative environment

8 European Commission - DG INFSOHealth Action Line I Best practice and trials in eHealth Origins 2000 (AL I.1.4) - “regional healthcare networks” links with eEurope 2002 Focus promote the adoption of interoperable eHealth solutionspromote the adoption of interoperable eHealth solutions demonstrate large-scale health information networkdemonstrate large-scale health information network

9 European Commission - DG INFSOHealth Recurring “themes” privacy & security & safetyprivacy & security & safety interactive & portable appliancesinteractive & portable appliances interoperabilityinteroperability but also...but also... advances in sensor technologyadvances in sensor technology legal and ethical issueslegal and ethical issues trust & confidencetrust & confidence......

10 European Commission - DG INFSO Persons with Special Needs Action Line I Intelligent assistive systems for social inclusion Origins 1999 (AL I.3.1) - systems and services for independent living 2000 (AL I additional call) - compensate for functional impairments social inclusion - full participation of all including at work Focus “senior friendly” application systems“senior friendly” application systems integration of disadvantaged and disabled persons in the workplace.integration of disadvantaged and disabled persons in the workplace.

11 European Commission - DG INFSO Persons with Special Needs Recurring “themes” intelligent interfacesintelligent interfaces personal devicespersonal devices “design for all”“design for all” home environmenthome environment......

12 European Commission - DG INFSOAdministrations Action Line Best practice and trials in administrative systems Origins FP IV - successful TAP projects related to administrations Focus uptake by early adoptersuptake by early adopters upgrade existing systemsupgrade existing systems

13 European Commission - DG INFSO  A proposal has 3 parts:  Part A: Administrative, budgetary information (Forms A0-A4) è Part B: Description of contribution to scientific/technical objectives and workplan è Part C: Description of EC policies, Economic development, management and participants  There are 5 blocks of Evaluation Criteria:  Scientific/technological quality and innovation è Community added value and contribution to EC policies è Contribution to Community social objectives è Economic development and S&T prospects  Resources, Partnership and management Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria

14 European Commission - DG INFSO Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria Guide to proposers has 2 parts: Part 1: common sections –1. Fp5 - general presentation- fp5 common –2. Ist programme presentation- ist programme specific –3. Rules of participation- fp5 common

15 Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria PART 2: Six versions (yes 6!)

16 European Commission - DG INFSO Guide for Proposers -Evaluation Criteria Part B of Proposal B1 Title page B2 Content list B3 Objectives B4 Contribution to programme Key Action objectives B5 Innovation B6 Project Workplan Evaluation Criteria 1 Scientific Technological quality and innovation (incl. Workpackage list, deliverables list, workpackage description) For RTD proposals this part needs to be anonymous

17 European Commission - DG INFSO Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria Part C of Proposal C1 Title page C2 Content list C3 Community added value and contribution to EC policies C4 Contribution to Community social objectives Evaluation Criteria 2 Community added value and contribution to EC policies Evaluation Criteria 3 Contribution to Community social objectives

18 European Commission - DG INFSO Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria Part C of Proposal C5 Project management C6 Description of the consortium C7 Description of the participants C8 Economic development and scientific and technological prospects Evaluation Criteria 4 Economic development and S&T prospects Evaluation Criteria 5 Resources, partnership and management

19 European Commission - DG INFSO Criteria Weight (1) Threshold (2) Scientific/Technological Quality and innovation4 >= 3 Community Added Value and contribution to EU policy1 >= 2 Contribution to Comm. Social objectives1 - Economic Dev; S&T prospects (range of applications, exploitation, strategic impact, dissemination)2 >= 3 Resources, Partnership, Management2 >= 2 1) Weight on a scale of 10 (sum 10) 2) Threshold with respect to score 0-5 Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria For RTD

20 European Commission - DG INFSO Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria  Evaluation criterion 1: Scientific/technological quality and innovation (for RTD) Quality Innovation and risk Adequacy  Evaluation criterion 2: Community added value and contribution to EC policies (for RTD) European dimension of the problem European added value EU policy

21 European Commission - DG INFSO Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria  Evaluation criterion 3: Contribution to community social objectives (for RTD) Quality of life and health and safety Employment Preserving and/or enhancing the environment  Evaluation criterion 4: Economic development and S & T prospects (for RTD) Usefulness and range of applications, exploitations plans Strategic impact Dissemination strategies

22 European Commission - DG INFSO Guide for Proposers - Evaluation Criteria  Evaluation criterion 5: Management and resources (for RTD) Quality of management and project approach Quality of partnership, involvement of users and other actors Appropriateness of resources

23 Only RTD i.E. Research, demonstration and combined research and demonstration projects When the contract has –A cost of more than euros for the first 12 month period of the project, the audit certificate to be provided with first interim cost statement –A total project cost exceeding euros for the final consolidated cost statement, the audit certificate to be provided together with the final consolidated cost statement, also for those that have provided audit certificates with their first interim cost statement Eligible costs – Community financial contribution shall not exceed 4000 euros per audit certificate Guide for Proposers: Audit Certificates  NEW!

24 European Commission - DG INFSO Rules for Participation Normally (RTD): - at least 2 EU partners - or 1 EU + 1 associated state Under normal funding conditions/obligations –EU (+JRC) - participants from an associated country Self financing - conform with community interests –Non-associated european and mediterranean partner countries –Countries with S&T agreement –International organisations Self financing - conform with community interest & substantial added value for programme –Other countries Accompanying measures and most take-up actions: –1 contractor (EU or associated state) possible

25 European Commission - DG INFSO Rules for Participation:associated States EEA: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway EU candidate member states: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Rep, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia Other: Israel Not yet ( ) ratified Malta, Switzerland Before association agreement is ratified participation is possible on self-financing basis

26 Project porfolio : Health - 3 Clusters Intelligent Systems for the Patient Intelligent Systems for the Citizen Intelligent Systems for Healthcare Professionals * *

27 European Commission - DG INFSO Health Sample Project AMON Intelligent (diagnosis) and communicating (with telemedecine center) watch for citizens at risk (with cardiovascular problems, diabetes, asthma, epilepsy) and athletes. Partners TARDIRAN SPECTRALINK LTD. - IL MDIRECT LTD - IL MOON COMMUNICATION - UK AURELIA MICROELETTRONIKA - IT SWISS FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - CH ART OF TECHNOLOGY - CH ASSISTANCE PUBLIQYE HOPITAUX DE PARIS SAMU - FR

28 Project porfolio : Persons with Special Needs - 2 Clusters Intelligent Assistive Systems Intelligent Systems for Independent Living * *

29 Persons with Special Needs Sample Projects VisiCAST Development of realistic virtual humans (avatars) generating and recognizing European deaf sign languages Building applications for Television, Multimedia and the Web Partners INDEPENDENT TELEVISION COMMISSION STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY - UK INSTITUT NATIONAL DES TELECOMMUNICATIONS - FR INSTITUT FUER RUNDFUNK TECHNIK INFORMATIONS - DE STICHTING INSTITUT VOOR DOVEN - NL TELEVIRTUAL LTD. - UK UNIVERSITEIT HAMBURG - DE UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA - UK ROYAL NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR DEAF PEOPLE - UK THE POST OFFICE - UK

30 European Commission - DG INFSO Project porfolio : Administrations - 2 Clusters E-Democracy Smart Government * *

31 European Commission - DG INFSO Administrations Sample Projects TRIDENT Intelligent system transforming aero-stereographic images into remotely accessible 3D representation of selected sample urban areas for improving. Urban development planning, urban monitoring, telecom services etc. To be tested in Madrid, Helsinki and Rome

32 European Commission - DG INFSO Some Evaluation Feedback Evaluators consider all aspects of the proposal and have different backgrounds experts in IST, knowledgeable in application area, understand business issues Proposers have to make convincing case of innovation and present very clear objectives Proposal has to be realistic and “exciting” at the same time Make the case for Community funding i.e. both European level and need for public money

33 European Commission - DG INFSO Some Evaluation Feedback The proposal may not have a weak point thresholds each evaluation criteria discussed on its own merits Avoid easy criticism ask colleagues to critique early versions Proposals which are “incontournable” have always been funded

34 European Commission - DG INFSO Some Evaluation Feedback Call 3 Evaluation results

35 European Commission - DG INFSO Key Messages Innovation ‘Users’ include public & private organisations Exploitation and strong industrial participation Long-term & medium-term R&D projects

36 European Commission - DG INFSO Key Messages Attract proposals with critical mass, strategic impact and real economic value e.g.: –proposals of Meuro EU funding Attract consortia that are manageable and where all partners have a clear role and a significant task in contribution, e.g. –Consortia of not more than 8 partners In order to avoid cost on your and our side, only high quality proposals should be submitted, e.g. –Over subscription not more than a factor of 5 (ideally 3)


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