GATEKEEPER 2nd Open Call

The Gatekeeper second Open Call closed on October 28th, 2021. In total, 64 proposals were received, addressing the 4 challenges, with applicants from 16 countries across the world. were submitted through the Online platform.

We warmly thank all applicants for their interest and participation in our second Open Call, which make it a success of participation!

13 external experts performed an independent evaluation of proposal across the evaluation criteria defined in the call and ranked the proposals accordingly. The evaluation was completed and reported to the project on the last week of October 2021. We would like to thank the evaluators for their tremendous effort over these weeks.

Having completed the evaluation, we are pleased to inform the top 7 list to be candidate for funding and incorporation into the GATEKEEPER project.

Winner’s challenge 1

 

RAKING

COMPANY LEAD

TITLE

COUNTRY

ENTITY

1

Ubiwhere

DTX@GK

Portugal

Consortium

2

National Center for Scientific Research Demokritos

iwelli4ageing

Greece

Consortium

3

Instituto Tecnológico de Aragón - ITAINNOVA

GastricAITool

Spain

Consortium

4

Starlab Barcelona

ParkinsonAID

Spain

Consortium

 

Winner’s challenge 3

 

RAKING

COMPANY LEAD

TITLE

COUNTRY

ENTITY

1

Abruzzo Region

Abruzzo That Cares

Italy

Public Health Authority

2

University of Bologna

FHIRing SHARE Data

Italy

University

 

 

Winner’s challenge 4

 

RAKING

COMPANY LEAD

TITLE

COUNTRY

ENTITY

1

i-Deal

CONCERTO

Italy

Consortium

 

More than 500 people pre-registered through the website receiving finally an impressive number of 64 proposals, with applicants from 16 countries across the world, The result of the call is as follows:

 

Proposals

 

Number of proposals received by country:

 

TOTAL PROPOSALS BY COUNTRY

Italy

16

29%

Spain

10

18%

Portugal

10

18%

Greece

4

7%

Netherlands

2

4%

Ireland

2

4%

Slovenia

2

4%

Belgium

2

4%

Lithuania

1

2%

Serbia

1

2%

Denmark

1

2%

Germany

1

2%

UK

1

2%

Bratislava

1

2%

Cyprus

1

2%

Estonia

1

2%

 

Proposals per country

 

Number of proposals received by challenge:

 

TOTAL PROPOSALS BY CHALLENGE

Challenge 1

46

78%

Challenge 2

0

0%

Challenge 3

7

12%

Challenge 4

6

10%

 

Proposals per challenge

 

Number of proposals received per use case:

 

NUMBER OF PROPOSAL PER USE CASES

RUC1: Lifestyle-related early detection and solution and interventions

8

17%

RUC2: COPD exacerbations management

3

6%

RUC3: Diabetes, predective modelling

4

8%

RUC4: Parkinson’s disease treatment DSS

4

8%

RUC5: Predicting readmissions and decompensations in HF

6

13%

RUC7: Multi-chronic elderly patient management including polimedication

2

4%

RCU8: eHealth solutions for the management of High Blood Pressure

3

6%

RUC9: eHealth solutions for the management of COVID-19

3

6%

New use cases

15

31%

 

Proposals per use cases

 

The list of the new use cases addressed

 

  • Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and frailty risk conditions in older people receiving home care services
  • AI-Based motor/behavioral assessment of neurological patients
  • ML and AI to the new medical device prototype - biomedical electronic system for post-stroke monitoring
  • Cognitive decline in elderlies
  • Gastric Cancer
  • Early detection and disease complications prevention based on Osler
  • Eating disorder diseases and obesity
  • Promotion of mental health, wellbeing, and resilience
  • Cardiac diseases
  • Dyspnea event in a contest of palliative home care
  • Homecare use-case and test the interoperability with other international solutions
  • Epilepsy
  • NHIL (Noise-Induced Hearing Loss) at the workplace
  • Most common chronic pathologies that generate greatest disabilities (cervical, lumbar and shoulder pathologies).musculoskeletal disorders
  • Depression and anxiety

 

Number of Entities.

 

The interest generated through the call is very impressive. Organizations such Public Health Authority , Hospitals or SME have been interested or have participated in this call.

 

TYPE OF ENTITY

SME

34

Hospital

19

Research organization

12

University

10

Startup

10

Public Health Authority

5

Large industry

2

Health Insurance

1

 

Proposals per entity