Testit - Living Labs

Testit - Living Labs

Through the Test-it campaign, Innoviris wants to give innovators the chance to develop and test their products, solutions and concepts and try them out with end users.

Co-create

 

 

 

Through the Test-it campaign, Innoviris wants to give innovators the chance to develop and test their products, solutions and concepts and try them out with end users.

The applied research and innovation projects are carried out in living labs, in which researchers, users and a platform of users are involved.


 

 

 

 

2017 Edition 

Brussels Smart Mobility Challenge

The objective of the 'Smart Mobility Challenge’ is to develop an efficient mobility management based on existing structures by optimising interaction, connectivity and collaboration. The call is based on two important aspects:  the collaboration of different actors and the creaton of specific spaces devoted to experimentation and innovation.

In the context of this call, innovative techniques and processes are applied to real Smart Mobility projects. These techniques and processes, tested and improved via the Living Labs projects, can subsequently be applied at a larger scale, with the aim of offering affordable solutions for Smart Mobility in the Brussels-Capital Region.

In short: the main objective of each Living Lab is to develop, test and implement Smart Mobility solutions which address the specific mobility challenges Brussels faces.

 


The Brussels entities which may submit an application to Innoviris in the context of this call are:

  • enterprises whose place of business is established in the Brussels-Capital Region

  • research institutes (universities, university colleges and collective research centres) in the Brussels-Capital Region

  • non-profit organisations whose place of business is established in the Brussels-Capital Region

  • regional and municipal authorities of the Brussels Capital Region concerned by the Smart Mobility Challenge. If you are a public authority, please contact Gaëtan Danneels directly for more information.

Self-employed persons who do not fit into one of the categories described above cannot submit an application. However, they may participate as a subcontractor or a self-employed person in a project in the budget of one of the partners.

 

The selection procedure of the projects consists of two phases:

  • a first call for project outlines, and a demand for the setup of a project if necessary, for December 15, 2017

  • a second call for the selected project outlines, for the submission of a full proposal, for May 18, 2018

The application form and the annexes (available in the toolbox of the French or Dutch version of the website) must be submitted in one copy, printed on the front and back, to the following address:

INNOVIRIS
For the attention of  Gaëtan Danneels - Call Testit 217 Brussels Smart Mobility Challenge
Brussels Institute for Research and Innovation
Chaussée de Charleroisesteenweg, 110
B-1060 BRUXELLES

An electronic version, in doc or docx format, is also sent to the following addresses:

Type of funding

The financial aid may be allocated as a grant.

The projects have a minimum duration of 1 and a maximum duration of 3 years.

 

Financial support (maximum)

The grant has been set at 100% of the budget of each partner.

 

Innoviris contact person

Gaëtan Danneels

Scientific Advisor

Strategic Research Team

Tel. +32 2 600 50 19
gdanneels@innoviris.brussels