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H2020 ICT-29-2016 (Tecnologías capacitadoras clave en Fotónica): Búsqueda de empresa de dispositivos médicos especializada en imagen intraoperativa

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDDE20160218001
Publicado:
23/02/2016
Caducidad:
23/02/2017
Resumen:
Un centro de investigación alemán del sector de fotónica para aplicaciones médicas busca un socio con el fin de presentar una propuesta a la convocatoria H2020 ICT-29-2016 (Tecnologías capacitadoras clave en Fotónica). El objetivo es desarrollar un dispositivo médico para visualizar la vitalidad de los tejidos y suministrar oxígeno a la vez. Específicamente busca una empresa de dispositivos médicos con acceso al mercado en el campo de imagen intraoperativa. Su objetivo será definir el modelo de negocio y diseñar la interfaz de usuario para los médicos. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 12 de abril de 2016 y el plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 11 de marzo.


Details

Tittle:
H2020 ICT-29-2016 Photonics KET Call: German research institute is looking for medical device company active in imaging
Summary:
A German research organisation active in the field of photonics for medical applications is looking for a partner for the H2020 ICT-29-2016 Photonics KET Call. The consortium will create a medical device tool visualising tissue vitality and supply with oxygen in parallel. The partner should be a medical device company with market access and sales in intraoperative imaging. Its role will be to define the business case and to design the user interface for the medical doctors.
Description:
Objective:
While current medical technologies provide perfusion (flow) imaging by fluorescence of contrast agents or by speckle imaging, the Comprehensive Perfusion Imaging(CPI) project aims at developing a label-free inherent imaging of oxygenation and flow in parallel, allowing an in-depth diagnosis with functional imaging. This comprehensive information meets the medical need of staging tissue vitality and supply with oxygen as required e.g. in colon anastomosis, flap surgery and peripheral arterial disease management.

The overall objective is the development of a comprehensive perfusion imaging (CPI) device to improve medical outcomes for the patient, as well as for the health system, in surgeries where perfusion is vital. This will be realised by the CPI consortium in the form of an intra-surgical tool that improves clinical decisions and allows the prediction of therapy response. The goal of this project is to understand the underlying physical principles, provide the required imaging technologies and demonstrate the new technology in a clinically relevant operating room (OR) situation.

Consortium:
The consortium covers the value chain from medical technology research organisation, imaging technology research organisation and company (SME), perfusion imaging medical device company (SME) and clinical groups.
Thereby the expertise in the medical applications with a strong medical need, the basic optical camera-based imaging technology and the biomedical optical perfusion imaging technology are represented in the consortium. This leaves one gap in covering the value chain.

Partner sought:
A medical device company (either medium or large) with a strong marketing and sales for intraoperative imaging is sought-after. The partner sought should define the requirements from a medical device company´s perspective. It is expected to define the business case with its market knowledge.
The company should cover the international market for imaging in the intraoperative context. It should show a strong willingness to finalise the product development up to a market entry with the product. The company should be active in imaging and be able to develop the user interface and the information presentation displayed on the screen visible for the medical doctor.

Call:
The deadline of ICT-29-2016 is 12 April 2016. Expressions of interest can be submitted until 11 March 2016. It is a Research -Y- Innovation Action.
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
Partner sought: The consortium is looking for a medium-sized or large medical device company with marketing and sales for intraoperative imaging. The company sought should define the technical requirements from a business perspective. It shall define the business case thanks to market knowledge. The company should cover the international market for imaging in the intraoperative context. It should show strong willingness to finalise the development up to a market entry of the product. The company should show experience in imaging and the development of user interfaces. It is expected to create the user interface visible to the medical doctor. Specific area of activity of the partner: - Distributor and manufacturer of medical devices for intraoperative use. - (Optical) Imaging devices. - Product development. Field of expertise/experience: - Image information presentation. - User interface. Task to be performed by the partner sought: - Definition of requirements for the medical device. - Defining the clinical setting together with clinicians. - Defining the business case.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
R-Y-D Institution
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
German

Dissemination

Programme-call

Evaluation Scheme:
single-stage
Anticipated Project Budget:
4 Mio EUR
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
12/04/2016
Funding Scheme:
Collaborative projects
Project Duration:
156
Project title and Acronym:
Comprehensive Perfusion Imaging