The Austrian programme "benefit” promotes research and development of ICT products and services aimed at maintaining and improving the quality of life of older people and helping them to live more independently as long as possible.

Funding is provided for innovative, application-oriented projects in cooperation between business enterprises and research institutions or social service providers, with substantial involvement of end users. Applications for funding under the benefit programme can be submitted by companies, research institutions, researchers, social service providers, end users (older people, NGOs, professional associations), public authorities (provincial governments, local authorities), and consortia.

"benefit” is a programme of the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) managed by FFG.

The Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme (AAL) is a European R&D programme of 21 EU Member States with the financial support of the European Union (Art. 169). In analogy to "benefit”, AAL provides targeted funding for the development of products and services designed to enhance the quality of life of older people. Additional programme goals include fostering innovative ICT based products and services for ageing well at home, in the community and at work.

Details

Programmeigentümer/Geldgeber Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie
Art des Angebots Förderung
Förderinstrument Sondierung , Kooperationsprojekt experimentelle Entwicklung / industrielle Forschung
Themenbereich
Information technology
FFG-Bereich
Thematic Programmes

Contact

Dr. Gerda Geyer
Dr. Gerda Geyer

T +43 5 7755 4205
gerda.geyer@ffg.at