MAFEIP
Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing

Smart Ageing Prize

 

The second Smart Ageing Prize is looking for solutions with the following characteristics:

  • Use of innovative digital technologies to engage older adults in social and stimulating activities, promoting active and connected ageing.
  • Short time to market (not more than 18 months) following the award of the prize
  • Co-designed with users, the final solution is capable of delivering a measurable improvement in the number of older adults participating in social activities.

The Challenge Prize will not award solutions such as medical devices or those that focus solely on health and care needs.