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MAY 26 2022

Ubiwhere hosted international events focused on mental health and 5G technology development projects


Between the 24th and the 26th of May, Ubiwhere hosted two events of importance related to two innovation and research projects at its headquarters in Aveiro. One of the events was focused on the TeNDER project, and the other highlighted the Smart5Grid project. These initiatives - General Assemblies and Technical Meetings - were attended by elements of the consortiums of the projects involved.

TeNDER - affecTive basEd iNtegrateD carE for betteR Quality of Life - is a multisectoral project funded by the European Union program, Horizon 2020, which focuses on Research and Innovation. The TeNDER project’s mission is to develop a model of integrated care to manage multimorbidity in patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and cardiovascular diseases.

The consortium of this innovative project is composed of several international entities from Spain, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Greece, Belgium and Germany. The TeNDER project had a General Assembly and a Technical Meeting that allowed the consortium partners to meet face-to-face, further strengthening their relations and any possible future synergies.

As for Smart5Grid, this project aims to identify the high-level requirements for a communication network that will enable the construction of innovative and high-performance smart grids and seeks to revolutionise the energy industry through the experimental and open deployment of 5G by supporting the integration, testing and validation of new and existing 5G services and third-party NetApps, such as SMEs and professional developers. In addition, to provide companies with the opportunity to accelerate their growth in the high-impact energy vertical, Smart5Grid provides a NetApp open access repository, procurement support and third-party assistance through a clear and trustworthy experimentation roadmap.

The Smart5Grid consortium also includes several international entities from Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, Spain, Cyprus, Belgium, and Portugal. The Smart5Grid project started in the middle of the covid-19 pandemic and also had a General Assembly with elements of its consortium at Ubiwhere’s headquarters facilities, which allowed all partners integrated into this technological solution to come together in a face-to-face format, further boosting the long-awaited human proximity that the members of the project consortium felt had been lost with the completely remote interactions.

For Ubiwhere, it was an honour to host these events entirely focused on cutting-edge projects that combine cutting-edge research and technological development. In this way, it was possible to meet our partners, show results and follow the research done from different perspectives with only one goal: to improve people’s lives through technology.