Key features: Using ICT to support the older adult
Programme: Horizon 2020
Award: The maximum grant limit is €400,000 per UK partner in any single project.
Opens: 10 Mar 2015, 12:26
Registration closes: No deadline
Closes: 28 May 2015, 16:00
Support phone number: firstname.lastname@example.org
Living actively and independently at home
Support more older adults to live longer in their homes with the contribution of ICT based solutions.
The percentages below are on based on eligible costs.
- SME up to 60%
- Large Companies up to 50%
UK Industry Eligibility
- All UK participants must be separate non linked legal entities.
- Companies must have been trading for at least 12 months and VAT registered and provide evidence the company can have the resources and finances to undertake the project.
- Subcontracting is strictly limited to 20% of the UK partner grant.
- The UK budget must be spent in the UK to be eligible for grant funding. Unless agreed in writing prior to application.
- Specific accountancy rules apply for Sole Traders & Micro Companies [companies with fewer than 10 employees] – further information can be found using the link above.
Non-industrial partners – all projects must have eligible UK industry partner in project
- Local Authorities up to 50% of eligible costs
- NHS Trusts up to 50% of eligible costs
- End User Charities and Foundations up to 100% of eligible costs – max grant of €75,000
Academics are welcome to participate but must self-fund or have funding in place at the time of application.
UK project partners not meeting the published eligibility criteria will be automatically disqualified from participating in any potential project submitted for the AAL 2015 call.
UK Contact Details for questions or further information:
Graham M Mobbs
European Operations Manager, InnovateUK
Telephone: +44 (0)7824 599585