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We can help you to find the right international partners for your projects or a suitable consortium for you to join.

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Opportunities for enterprises and research institutes
We help you to access ongoing EU projects. You can participate in the following ways:

  • In the Open Market Consultations, stakeholders in the respective field are invited to identify the latest state of the art. Their findings are included in the later calls for tender for PCP projects. To this purpose, each PCP project organises several events throughout Europe. 
  • Tenders are published within PCP and PPI projects for the:
    • Provision of R&D services in the PCP project
    • Delivery of innovative products and services in the PPI project

Open Market Consultations and current calls for tender are announced on this page.


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Current Open Market Consultations

Project RITMOCORE

The PPI Project aims to develop implantable cardiac pacemakers (PM) through the use of ICT solutions. For example, the performance of the devices should be digitally recorded and evaluated.

The lead procurer has published the Prior information Notice where the object of the contract is described. The Open Market Consultation activities are announced for early October this year.

Further information can be found on the  project website.

Projects offering information

Project LEA

The LEA project aims to speed up awareness and transfer of knowledge on the benefits and tools of innovation procurement to European organisations interested in digital learning technology.

The consortium is looking for public sector representatives interested in innovation procurement or procurement for education departments. Procurers and other stakeholders are invited to sign-up as LEA followers.

Further information can be found on the project website.

Past Open Market Consultations

Project CIVILnEXT

The PCP project‘s aim is to develop and validate a cost-effective and interoperable platform that improves the coordination in EU external civilian common security and defence policy missions.

Interested enterprises and research institutes are invited to take part in the Open Market Consultation at the following venues on the dates listed below:

  • Athens/ Greece, 06./07.11.2018

Further information can be found on the project website.

THALEA 2 project

The aim of the THALEA project is to improve the treatment of patients with a life-threatening condition through telemedicine and telemonitoring systems for intensive care units.

Interested enterprises and research institutes are invited to take part in the Open Market Consultation from 13-27 April.

Further information can be found on the project website

STARS PCP project

The STARS project consortium is looking for a personalised eHealth solution to minimise stress factors for patients above all in surgery. The aim is to reduce anxiety and thus also the need for medication. 

Interested enterprises and research institutes are invited to take part in the Open Market Consultation at the following venues on the dates listed below:

  • Ancona/Italy, 18.01.2018
  • Mülheim an der Ruhr/Germany 24.01.2018
  • Maastricht/Netherlands, 25.01.2018
  • Cordoba/Spain, 31.01.2018
  • Barcelona/Spain, 02.02.2018

Further information can be found on TED and the project website.

Anti-SUPERBugs PCP project

The objective of the Anti-SUPERBugs PCP project is the development of systems for the early detection in hospitals of microorganisms that can develop into multi-resistant pathogens and lead to hospital-acquired infections.

Interested enterprises and research institutes are invited to take part in the Open Market Consultation at the following venues on the dates listed below:

  • Manchester/Great Britain, 18.01.2018
  • Mülheim an der Ruhr/Germany, 24.01.2018
  • Province of Trento/Italy, 31.01.2018

Further information can be found on TED and on the project website.