European Consumer Goods Research Initiative - Networking European Technology Platforms addressing Design-based Consumer Goods Industries and Related Research and Technology Fields (PROsumer.NET)

31 Mayo 2011

VII Prog Marcobandera

Proyecto financiado por la Comisión Europea a través del VII Programa Marco. Coordination Action

Health of people, safety of workers, sport performance, new cultures and lifestyles, customised fashion products will be drivers to promote European Consumer Goods on the global market, exploiting the European historical culture and knowledge on manufacturing processes and products as well as the proactive European consumer market, always looking for new frontiers in terms of comfort, satisfaction, well being and leisure of consumers.

The above mentioned major target applications are strongly related with major ongoing societal trends such as ageing, mobility & activity, globalisation, sustainability, etc.

Thus, there is today a unique opportunity for the future of the European consumer goods industry: the creation of a new generation of healthy, safe, fashion and lifestyle products, and related services, full of new functionalities which offer a concrete response to needs and desires of consumers of all ages, interests and walks of life in Europe and worldwide.

Health of people, safety of workers, sport performance, new cultures and lifestyles, customised fashion products will be drivers to promote European Consumer Goods on the global market, exploiting the European historical culture and knowledge on manufacturing processes and products as well as the proactive European consumer market, always looking for new frontiers in terms of comfort, satisfaction, well being and leisure of consumers.

The above mentioned major target applications are strongly related with major ongoing societal trends such as ageing, mobility & activity, globalisation, sustainability, etc.

Thus, there is today a unique opportunity for the future of the European consumer goods industry: the creation of a new generation of healthy, safe, fashion and lifestyle products, and related services, full of new functionalities which offer a concrete response to needs and desires of consumers of all ages, interests and walks of life in Europe and worldwide.

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Within such a perspective, present proposal addresses the creation of synergies, the identification of common elements, and the development of a programme of commonly-defined activities in terms of socio-economic foresight, research & technology roadmapping & strategy development between the European Technology Platform for the Future of Textiles and Clothing, the European Footwear Products & Processes Technology Platform, the European Platform for Sport & Innovation, the European Forestry-based Technology Platform, and the ManuFuture Technology Platform.

Objetivos:

The PROsumer.NET project follows a clear multi-step approach to move from stakeholder networking to active collaboration and tangible results delivery through the following stages:

  1. Creating a European network reaching a critical mass of relevant stakeholders from all targeted industries and scientific domains.
  2. Identifying together common trends & challenges in research, technology as well as broader innovation-related areas.
  3. Developing a joint research roadmap and a joint strategy and action plan on broader innovation policy issues of common interest.
  4. Setting up a permanent expert community able to support roadmap/strategy implementation, project partnering, research results dissemination & general progress monitoring on an ongoing basis

Enlace web: http://prosumernet.eu

Sector: General y Otros mercados


Fecha de inicio: 01-06-2011
Fecha de finalización: 31-05-2013
Referencia del proyecto: 266970 - FP7-NMP-2010-CSA-4

Coordinador:  EURATEX - The European Apparel and Textile Confederation

Socios:

  1. EURATEX - The European Apparel and Textile Confederation
  2. ITIA Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche - Istituto di Tecnologie Industriali e Automazione
  3. FESI The Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry
  4. INESC Porto - Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores do Porto
  5. FTP  Forest-Based Sector Technology Platform
  6. DITF Deutsche Institute für Textil- und Faserforschung Denkendorf – Zentrum für Management Research
  7.  INESCOP Instituto Tecnológico del Calzado y Conexas
  8. IFTH Institut Français du Textile et de l’Habillement
  9. TT Treviso Tecnologia
  10. IBV Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia
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