It aims to identify, implement and replicate projects and programs of innovative good practices in the field of Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA) at Portugal’s Centro Region, selected as 4 stars European Region of Reference for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP-AHA). The good practices identified in reference regions can be replicated in other regions of Europe, opening space for social innovation and to strengthen the competitiveness of European industry of innovation in the field of geriatrics and support to the elderly.
It is a Competitiveness Pole to create synergies towards the development of new products, technologies and construction systems and a new practice of designing spaces and surroundings, inducing an attitude of innovation through the sustainability of the built environment that is intended to generate factors of added exception.
It is a Competitiveness Pole to promote the national expertise in design, engineering and prototyping, manufacturing of molds and special tools, injection and assembling products and components, closing the loop from design to final product.
It is a Competitiveness Pole to promote and foster cooperation between companies, organizations, universities and public entities, with a view to increase business volume, exports and qualified employment, in the economic areas related to health and to the improvement of health care.
It is a Competitiveness Pole to establish a consultation forum between the main actors of this sector, and supports companies in innovation processes, R & D, knowledge transfer, training, development of new products, services and processes, marketing and internationalization.
It is a Competitiveness Pole characterized as a platform that aggregates knowledge and competence within the automotive industry, to promote a growing appreciation of the sector's competitiveness and internationalization.
PFP aggregates national railway stakeholders for the promotion of Portugal as an innovative country in the Railway Industry. It is recognised as an Emerging Railway Competitiveness Cluster since 2015 and is driven by the following values: increasing the competitiveness of this sector; developing new products and systems; contributing to the provision of safe and high quality railway services.
It brings together a wide range of Portuguese organizations committed to promoting a joint agenda for the implementation of Inclusive Environments for all ages, with a particular focus on the areas of Health, Social Support, ICT and Infrastructure.
It is a regional forum for strategic reflection in the context of entrepreneurship, as well as an engine for promoting dynamics of interaction and articulation between the different members of the network. IPN-Incubadora chairs the Executive Council.
The RRN as a platform for dissemination and sharing of information, experience and knowledge,intends the sharing and cooperation around those that improve the implementation of rural development policy programmes and measures and the qualification of the intervention of the agents involved in rural development. The IPN is its member since 2015.
Tecparques works towards the promotion and enhancement of Science and Technology Parks and their interaction with other organisations, whether national or international, aimed at business modernisation through technology-based innovation and knowledge transfer.
It is a Competitiveness Pole that aims to build a concertation platform that involves and mobilizes the main ICT players in the processes of innovation, I&DT, knowledge transfer, advanced training, development, production and commercialization of products and services, marketing and internationalization. IPN has been on the Board of Directors since its foundation.
It is a piloting initiative launched by the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (DG RTD) of the European Commission with the aim to connect high-quality incubators, accelerators and technology transfer offices from both continents to explore opportunities for mutually beneficial partnerships resulting in collaboration, exchange and growth. AEIP network consists of 640 active members: 120 African and European tech hubs, 348 tech transfer organisations and 172 other relevant stakeholders in Africa and Europe.
It is Europe’s premier association of Knowledge Transfer professionals. ASTP strives to shape the future profession of knowledge and technology transfer while increasing the attraction and credibility of the profession.
EARTO brings together the most important European research and technology organisations (RTOs). IPN has actively collaborated with this network, both through participation in specific working groups activities and integrating its Executive Board from 2011 to 2014.
EBN is a network of more than 160 innovation centres and incubators certified as BICs (Business Innovation Centres), in addition to more than 100 associate members which support the development and growth of innovative projects, startups and SMEs. IPN has been BIC certified since 2010.
It aims to bring together private and public resources to create an industry-led programme in research and innovation with the aim of launching market-oriented cross-border projects throughout the European Union. Such projects will produce demonstrators and models to be applied in a wide range of manufacturing sectors.
It is a piloting initiative launched by the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (DG RTD) of the European Commission with the aim to foster innovation cooperation between India and Europe. The goal is to kick-start a self-sustaining ecosystem that fosters high-level interactions and technology & innovation partnerships that benefit both regions. EIIP network include more than 90 incubators from Europe and India.
It is an initiative launched by the European Commission to foster innovation and digital transformation in the field of active and healthy ageing. IPN is part of working group C2 - Independent Living Solutions.
It is an initiative supported by the European Commission combining Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), energy management and transport management to come up with innovative solutions to the major environmental, societal and health challenges facing European cities today.
It is one of the largest health initiatives in the world and aims to lay the foundation for health care in a sustainable manner and thus promote the future healthier living conditions and well-being of people across Europe, through research, education, entrepreneurship and innovation initiatives in the area of active and healthy aging. IPN is associated partner.
It allows collaboration with more than 1000 startups and SMEs across Europe, as well as access to cutting edge technologies developed for the space sector, with applications in industry 4.0. IPN has become the first Space Solutions Center of the European Space Agency (ESA), among the 21 existing centers in Europe bringing together the three technology transfer programs promoted by ESA: the ESA BIC Portugal, the Innovation Partners Network for Technology Transfer and the Application Ambassadors Platform ( ESA Business Applications).
The EU through the EU delegation to Sri Lanka launched a first project in early 2020 with the aim to foster innovation cooperation between Sri Lanka and Europe. EU-Sri Lanka network includes 5 Sri Lanka and 5 European incubators/accelerators.
It aims to ensure the ideal involvement of industry and other key stakeholders to prioritize R&D activities in the field of materials engineering and advanced technologies, ensuring consistency in European projects in the field of materials R&D.
It brings together researchers from 25 European countrie whose main challenge is plant diseases present, emerging or re-emerging due to infection by bacteria of the Xanthomonadaceae family, and that poses a threat to food security causing significant losses in the economy of the COST countries (CA16107). IPN is leader of Diagnostics & Diversity wortking group.
Its is an international network of research groups, agri-food companies and regional governments, whose general objective is to increase knowledge about Xylella fastidiosa and its vectors, based on research, prevention, monitoring and control activities carried out in Ibero-American countries. IPN is responsible from the I@I pillar.
Intel® Partner Alliance unifies all partners in a modern program, enabling collaboration and innovation. It provides exclusive business-building opportunities, like entry to our global marketplace, advanced training, and promotional support — all tailored to the needs of each member. IPN is member of this network as solution provider.
It enables the interaction between users of various types of equipment, either mobile or fixed, gathering players of the communications networks sector: industry leaders, innovative SMEs, and leading academic institutions.
The PATLIB Network, which IPN is part of since 2003, aggregates institutions based on the 38 EPO Convention Member States, promoting the awareness and information in the patent domain near IPN´s target audience.
It develops international corporate programs through strategic alliances that take advantage of the experience, collective intelligence, cooperation and innovation capacity of 28 Ibero-American universities in 8 countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain, Mexico, Peru and Portugal. The IPN Incubator is part of this network by reference to the University of Coimbra.
It is a global online community that offers specialized skills and services that brings together universities, applied research institutes, companies and regions to commercialize their innovations and new technologies. IPN was part of the TII Board from 2010 to 2014.
It is a company, based in Stockolm that manages a network of incubators and accelerators worlwide and benchmarks those business incubators and accelerators with reliable top rankings and helps them become more efficient and competitive. The company also provide corporates and governments with global incubation knowledge. Today, the network consists of over 1200 incubation programs that are either linked to universities or are privately-, publicly-, or corporate-run. UBI members are in 90+countries
It is a global innovation ecosystem, in which research and technology organizations collaborate, share knowledge, develop, and disseminate innovative technologies in partnership with industry to deliver sustainable impact to societies and economies.