Innovation Eco-system to Accelerate the Industrial Uptake of Advanced Surface Nano-Technologies
- Setup and organization of a sustainable Open Innovation Test Beds and Innovation Ecosystem Engagement
- Upgrade 10 Pilot Plants for prototype manufacturing and industrial processes definition equipping inline quality control
- Upgrade of 9 test sites to evaluate the performance of nano-enabled products in operational environments
- Validation of the Open Innovation Test Beds value proposition and services provision.
- Financial Framework: Horizon 2020
- Overall Budget: 15.618.250,89 €
- Period: 01/04/2020 – 31/03/2024
- Fields: Open Innovation Test Beds for nano-enabled surfaces and membranes
Key Enabling Technologies (KET´s) deployment will be the driving force for a significant part of the goods and services that will be available in the market in the next decade. Amongst KET´s, nano-enabled surfaces and membranes must be highlighted due to their huge potential to offer material solutions to address Sustainable Development Goals resulting in positive and sound impacts for the society and key industrial sectors NewSkin aims to create an Open Innovation Test Bed (OITB) to provide the Innovation Ecosystem with the necessary resources and services to uptake a set of game changing, efficient and cost-effective innovative processes to manufacture nano-enabled industrial and consumer products.
During the Grant execution the Consortium partners will create an OITB, as well as its structure and procedures establishing a single-entry point, and will validate the OITB capacity to provide services to the I.E executing 165 showcases. After the Grant execution the OITB aims to generate €66.17 million revenues in 5 years creating a €6.7 billion KET market to be absorbed by an end user market of valued at €1 trillion. In 2029, end users markets will obtain economic benefits of about €52.6 billion savings per year mostly devoted to lower energy consumption, increased resources efficiency as well as a reduction of the carbon and volatiles footprint of 184CO2 MT per year and 0.57 MT of VOC’s per year.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 862100. This publication reflects only the author’s views and the European Union is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.