Entries by Ateknea Solutions

What to know about the new EIC pilot guidelines

The European Commission’s Horizon2020 programme that funds research and innovation to reduce the time to market for bright idea will soon be coming to an end.  The Commission has recently announced information on the work programme for 2019-2020, Enhanced European Innovation Council pilot to test new funding schemes (official guidelines available here). The pilots will […]

Lead Scientist

We are looking for a talented: Lead Scientist to join our team in Barcelona   One of the main activities of Ateknea is to bring innovative solutions to the market. Currently, our most promising vertical is an accurate and affordable solution for air quality monitoring which will allow for the first time, the deployment of a dense and […]

The Ambrosia project: Aquaporin A/S visits Ateknea

At Ateknea, we have had the opportunity to welcome Yunfeng Li and Jan Benecke from AQUAPORIN A/S at our premises to deliver them the test bench that our team has developed over the past few months. Within the framework of SME Instrument phase 2, project AMBROSIA, our experts have designed and built-up a professional test-skid […]

Ateknea x FIBRESHIP: the future of the European shipbuilding industry

Ateknea is pleased to be part of a European consortium of 18 partners from 11 countries behind FIBRESHIP an ambitious innovation project that will develop a new market focused on the integral construction of large length ships in composite materials, a breakthrough for the shipbuilding and shipping industry.     FIBRESHIP will improve the competetiveness of […]

Horizon Europe: €100 billion towards a better future

The new EU Commission budget is here. For Horizon Europe, the Commission has proposed €100 billion for Research and Innovation in the next long-term EU budget, 2021-2027. Announcing the new budget, Carlos Moedas, the Commissioner for Research, Science, and Innovation, said: “Horizon 2020 is one of Europe’s biggest success stories. The new Horizon Europe programme aims […]

Ateknea and LEDMOTIVE work on the final development of ELLIOT

After being approved for Phase 2 SME instrument funding last January 2017, the LEDMOTIVE team has been working with Ateknea’s engineering team to develop the final stage of the ELLIOT project. Last week, both teams took part in a demonstration session to improve the design of the communications unit and the cloud software development of […]

Restb.ai is approved for SME Instrument Phase 2 funding!

Last week, the European Innovation Council released the latest results of the SME Instrument, delivering some excellent and exciting news: with Ateknea’s help, Restb.ai has been approved by the European Commission for Phase 2 funding! The project selected to receive funding is CV4RE (Computer Vision for Real Estate), an AI image-tagging AI tool designed to […]

Lightkey and Ateknea’s collaboration comes to a successful close

Lightkey, which was approved for Phase 2 SME Instrument funding by the European Commission in June 2016, is a technological solution designed for hotels, resorts, and offices that allows users to access their rooms with a specifically encoded LED light, and without the need for any hotel or office personnel. Created by Lightbee, the Lightkey […]

New Born Solutions & Ateknea: EU funding success!

New Born Solutions and Ateknea Solutions work together to democratize healthcare in Europe, with EU funding. Great news from Brussels! We are happy to announce that New Born Solutions, a Barcelona-based startup dedicated to saving lives and democratizing healthcare via cost-effective technology that detects superficial body fluid infections without needles, has been approved for SME […]