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2018. február 21.
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INNONET is constantly searching for project partners in international cooperations. As a non-profit organization, our Centre has optimal application positions in many calls by the European Union and the Republic of Hungary.

Current issues addressed by INNONET’s ongoing projects are:

  • Establishment of a new Technology Competence Centre called TECHNONET in Győr as the next evolutionary step in INNONET’s infrastructure development.
 
In frame of the project TECHNONET we aim to settle specialized shared services like rapid prototyping and a measurement laboratory infrastructure. Based on these services we seek day-to-day cooperation with local enterprises on a technological level. Thus aiding the development of a strong virtual competence network, joining regional technology experts, scientific institutions and innovative SME’s.
 
(You can find a short summary of the project TECHNONET here.)

INNONET is preparing for the launch of construction works on the TECHNONET infrastructure (due 01.03.2010). At the same time we are looking for cooperations offering additional input about the possible service structure and operation’s model of TECHNONET.
 

 
  • Finding solutions for Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) processing plants as well as Residential Solid Waste (RSW) facilities to optimize output, recycle residual fractions and isolate hazardous contaminants.
 
INNONET has been active in the field of e-recycling since 2006, conducting multiple successful projects with partners like the Vienna based Austrian Centre of Excellence KERP and MeWa Recycling Maschinen und Anlagenbau GmbH’s Eastern European representatives.

We are currently looking for partners involved in recycling operations for both community building (expert events, study tours, technology transfer) and small scale industrial test (research) oriented future projects.

(For orientation purposes please check our report concerning residual WEEE plastic fractions availability and composition in Hungary here.)


 
  • Fostering cooperation of regional innovation stakeholders.
 
As a (co-)founder of the West Pannon Regional Innovation Agency (Pannon Novum) and a long term partner of other regional organizations like the Chamber of Commerce (GYMSKIK), local actors like Széchenyi István University (SZE) of Győr and national associations like the Hungarian Association for Innovation (MISZ) INNONET is actively involved in shaping the innovation framework of the West-Transdanubian Region.
 
We are open for collaboration with foreign partners (technology centres, intermediaries, research sites etc.) willing to share know-how and experience about innovation management best practices of their region.


 
Ongoing International projects of INNONET include:…

  • Incuba-train - Certified European Incubation Manager Training for SMEs (Lifelong Learning Programme Leonardo da Vinci – Transfer of Innovation)

  • CENTRIS - Tools for Transnational Innovation Support in Centrope (Central Europe Programme)

  • NETLAB - Network for Labour Market Cooperation in the Border Region HU-AT (INTERREG IVA – Cross Border Cooperation Austria – Hungary)

  • EURIS OPINET - Open Innovation Networking Platform for SMEs (INTERREG IVC)

  • EURIS SFFS - Open Innovation through Shared Facilities and Facility Sharing (INTERREG IVC)
 
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