Networking activities are particularly strong in the fields of smart textiles and intelligent wound dressings. The consortium with its ten SME partners includes all necessary stakeholders to be able to process most of the projects successfully. They embrace components like electronics or sensors, integration, interfaces with patients as well as physicians and care providers.
In case further contributions are required, ToGeTher is able to access a network of more than 100 associated partners from industry and research and involve them into the projects.
This makes ToGeTher a competent partner for the development of products for e-health, medical technology and healthcare in general. Accordingly, the network project will introduce itself at the joint pavilion of the IVAM Microtechnology Network at COMPAMED 2017 in Düsseldorf from November 13 to 16.
The ZIM cooperation network ToGeTher is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) within the framework of the Central SME Innovation Programme (ZIM-Nemo). Information about the network, the planned projects and the partners involved are available on the German website www.together-netzwerk.de.
In the BMWi-funded network project ToGeTher, small and medium-sized companies have joined forces to develop marketable medical technology products in trustful cooperation. ToGeTher connects SMEs with research organizations and with health care providers. The network is constantly being expanded in order to be able to carry out projects comprehensively and competently.