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					ETEN projects presented at the Innovation & Business LIVE, Prague, March 28

CHANGE2IT.COM: ENHANCING ICT SKILLS IN EUROPE is an innovative, internet based, career development and e-recruitment service to assist
bridging the existing ICT and eContent skills gap in the EU, helping individuals develop a career in ICT. is currently operating commercially in Greece. This project aims to assist the international
deployment of the service, though a market validation in Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Romania
and Cyprus.

Coordinator: Atlantis Consulting SA, Greece
Contact person: Christodoulos Keratidis


Market Validation of a Simulation Service Provider for Othopaedic Surgery
Orthosim is validating the potential market at European scale for the European Simulation Service Provider
for orthopaedic surgery, aimed at both the health community and the implant industry. ORTHOSIM offers
scientifically validated models to orthopaedic surgeons for clinical simulation of customized cases, it provides
a tool to implant manufacturers to evaluate new product concepts without costly procedures and offers a
relevant and accessible tool to students and researchers for learning and investigating.

Coordinator: adapting, S.L.
Contact person: Rubén Lafuente Jorge

ETEN project presented at the workshop “ What role can public funding play in private sector
investments?”, Budapest, May 2


Registry Information Service on European Residents
RISER is a Trans-European eGovernment service offering the verification of address information trough
access on official registries to companies and citizens. Hence, one of the most frequented services of public
administration becomes a seamless value-added cross-border service. RISER conforms to highest data
security requirements and uses open standards.
Coordinator: PSI Aktiengesellschaft für Produkte und Systeme der Informationstechnologie, Germany
Contact person: Hendrik Tamm

ETEN projects to be presented at the ICT projects international deployment and EU funding
workshop within the XXII Autumn Meetings of the Polish Information Processing Society, Wisla,
November 8


European Recommended Materials for Distance Learning Courses for Educators
The EURIDICE project will validate the sustainability of the EURIDICE service to establish the basis for its
further deployment in the enlarged Union. The service will provide the educational institutions wide source
content from cultural heritage sector institutions. EURIDICE is a combination of technical instruments,
content, networking platforms and community of users and providers, who jointly aim at offering an open
environment to the educational institutions in Europe.

Coordinator: Naczelna Dyrekcja Archiwow Panstwowych, Poland
Contact person: Ewa Rosowska


E-learning resource management service for interoperability networks in the European cultural
heritage domain
eRMIONE delivers European cultural heritage materials to online courses to bring enriched cultural
exchanges to students from different countries. The e- Learning Resource Management tools benefit student
learning and allow for more trans-European cooperation.

Coordinator: Fondazione IARD, Italy
Contact person: Paolo Franceschini

6. AdeLe

Advanced e-learning service
Coordinator: Atos Origin Sociedad Anonima Espanola, Spain
Contact person: Santi Ristol
Website: non-existent

7. Autotronics

Blended learning solution imparting automotive and electronics (Autotronics) competencies for car
garages and car mechanics with European wide accepted certificates
The Autotronics service addresses re-skilling needs of car garages and car mechanics, which have emerged
due to the increasing introduction of electronic technologies into cars. Thus far, no comparable and car
garages oriented learning service imparting automotive and electronic contents (=Autotronics) providing
competencies for maintaining, diagnosing, and repairing modern cars exist on the EU-level. Autotronic will fill
this gap by offering a blended learning service containing three components: a) Premium, interactive
multimedia e-learning courses b) Classroom instructions for applying theoretical knowledge directly on cars
c) A certificate documenting the successful completion of a course module and being recognized throughout
Europe During the project, all the existing course contents will be adjusted to the identified local market
needs and afterward tested in the pilot runs. Technically, the service is based on existing course contents
and on a mature open source e-learning platform which is compatible with all relevant standards and
successfully running in several EU-countries. The project with a duration of 18 months will be implemented
by 8 experienced partners originating from 6 different (western and eastern) European countries: two
providers of traditional classroom and e-learning course contents, one service operator providing the e-
learning platform, three distributors/multipliers (training institutions/universities) distributing the service
among the target group and conducting the pilot runs. Moreover, three certification institutions will develop
the required Autotronic competency profiles, the course examinations, implement (European wide) course
certification/accreditation procedures and test the certification system during the pilot runs. Total estimated
costs of the project: EUR 1,794,020 Max. Community Contribution: EUR 1,155,566

Coordinator: Ingenatic GMBH, Germany
Contact person: Ulrich Scholten
Website: non-existent

8. B4R

Billing4Rent (The ASP Billing Service)

Coordinator: Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Contact person: Gary Mcmanus
Website: non-existent
9. DiVino

eServices for improving SMEs competitiveness in the European Wine Industry



EuroAlmaLaurea Network - eRecruitment on-line services
The EAL-NET project will demonstrate the economic sustainability and the viability of a new trans-national e-
Recruitment service addressed to graduates and to businesses. Career info, provided by the Universities will
be collected and enriched (with the contribution of the graduate himself) obtaining an effective dynamic CV.
The EAL services will facilitate the placement of young graduates in the labour market and favour researcher
mobility at a European level.

Contact person: MATTEO SGARZI

11. eBrass

Braille Score Service
The eBRASS project aims at making music scores more easily and quickly accessible to blind and partially
sighted people (being them music students, professional or amateur musicians) as well as to music teachers
and schools who deal with visually impaired students, who can read Braille.

Coordinator: Unione Italiana dei Ciechi, Italy
Contact person: Martina dalla Riva

12. e-SeSME

Electronic services for SMEs in the plastic supply chain
e-SeSME brings high-quality, specialised online services to the plastics industry to help improve the
development and innovation potential of European companies, especially small and medium-sized

Coordinator: Fundacio Ascamm Centre Tecnologic, Spain
Contact person: Manuel Leon

13. ETN

The project seeks the market validation for further deployment of eServices for electronic Customs clearance
procedures in all EU countries. It is aimed to enterprises ?traders and intermediate agents in the rough
sense- with the need of moving goods through the European Customs space and forced to the associated
submission of forms and declarations related with different National Customs regulations. ETN is dealing
with customs regulation handling of foreign trade and its forwarding in the EU where required. The services
will be provided by the ETN Alliance, an association of CRSPs (Customs-related Service Providers) with
recognised practice excellence. The national ETN Alliance partner, or the corresponding reseller will arrange
for ETN services online access in their territory through Internet. The ETN partners do already provide
services for most of the potential customers. The service portfolio is provided in a flat-rate fee basis ?plus an
initial set-up fee. Customers will be billed a monthly amount for their contracted transaction amounts
(declarations submitted, messages exchanged, ?) and number of authorised users, as well as very specific
customisations for a specific client. The total investment costs for the fully operational deployment of the ETN
services amounts for 6.760.898 to cover the expenses and investments during the building of the services
network. The cost of the market validation phase is 1.185.135. The funding required is 592.568.

Coordinator: New Knowledge Network S.A., Spain
Contact person: Maria Teresa Miret
Website: nonexistent

14. EULIS Plus

European Land Information Service Plus
EULIS is a new service that aims to provide access to information about ownership and interests in land and
property via the Internet, ultimately giving the public benefits in the form of lower housing costs. The service
seeks to support a common European property market and the market for housing credit by providing easy
electronic access to cross border land information. It aims to assist in property transactions and the
mortgage process. The target customer group is a wide range of users including professional users in the
real estate sector as well as the general public.
Coordinator: Lantmateriverket, Sweden
Contact person: Agnieszka Drewniak


University Administration Services by using digital signature
EUROWEX system allows university professors to manage the main transactions regarding midterms and
final exams by accessing a Web site, entering the necessary data and digitally signing the prepared
documents. From an organizational standpoint the system makes it possible to fully ensure the quality of the
data and greatly simplify the procedures for storing and retrieving information. in addition to the benefits in
terms of space. Based on the general UNIQUE architecture, it is part of a general environment developed by
Unimatica for applying digital signature in the administrative sector. More specifically the implemented
services are related to:· Exams recording· Exams organizations· Lecture recording· Final exams recording·
Inter- EU students academic documents exchange. The Project Work Plan will encompass activities
necessary for conducting "user acceptance" trials: 1) the adaptation of the existing services. 2) the set-up of
the pilots on the UNIMATICA web servers 3) the implementation of the contents / data flows from / to
Universities 4) the training of the users and start-up of the trials. The validation trials will involve the partner
Universities (professors and staff) and a relevant number of students engaged by the professors themselves.
The preparation of any test site will be very heavy, due to: - huge quantity of material to be translated (user
interface and manuals) - integration of local "digital signature" - preparation of contents and data flows by
Universities. The four pilots will be prepared by working in parallel as much as possible in live condition?

Coordinator: Unimatica Spa, Italy
Contact person: Floriano Tosato
Website: non-existent

16. EuroWorksafe

European semantic portal on workplace safety
The project aims at the market validation of the EuroWorksafe web portal, which provides comprehensive
information and consultancy on occupational health and safety, with focus on cancer risks and prevention at
workplaces. A wide and interdisciplinary content base in the addressed domain can be accessed, and value
added services provided by qualified experts from several European countries can be purchased. An up-to-
date knowledge management approach based on domain semantics, supports easy-to-use and guided
access to available services. Public interest information is provided for free to all. Consultancy services
delivered on payment will sustain the initiative and will exploit the expertise available at the qualified
organisations participating in the consortium. The target users include workers and citizens mainly interested
in free information services - as well as professionals from private companies and public organisations, who
will be attracted by consultancy and other added value services provided on payment. After the initial set-up,
a piloting phase will be carried out to achieve exhaustive validation through three iterative trials. Several sites
in Europe will be involved, which will address specific local business needs as well as needs of specific
target user categories including industries, health care centres, laboratories, professionals and workers.
Dissemination and involvement of a large audience is supported by the participation in the project of a
publisher of occupational safety magazines. The consortium covers several countries from the enlarged
Europe and comprises all roles in the service provision chain envisioned. Contents are provided and
maintained by five scientific institutes dealing with cancer and occupational health. An IT company and an
industrial research institute support the content distribution platform. User groups are well represented by
hospitals, industrial associations, professional associations and scientific institutes.

Contact person: GIOVANNI VIANO
Website: non-existent

17. E2SP

Environmental Enterprise Service Provider
The E2SP project aims at validating the viability of the ASP model for an environmental data management
service, by testing two service centres, one in Italy and the second in Poland, collecting the environmental
data and supplying value added services such as query and reporting, data analysis, forecast, scenarios via
the Internet. The business case is in air quality management.

Coordinator: Project Automation Spa, Italy
Contact person: Mauro Cislaghi


The eParticipation Trans-European Network for Democratic Renewal & Citizen Engagement
eParticipate provides an open web-based solution that supports a programme of democratic renewal and
citizen engagement in three main areas: Transparent & accessible communication, Getting representation
online, and Extending consultation.

Coordinator: The National Microelectronics Applications Centre Ltd, Ireland
Contact person: John O’Flaherty

European Registry for Organs, Cells and Tissues
Eurocet aims at creating a registry for the collection of data on organ, tissue and cell donation and
transplantation throughout many EU Member States. Key objectives include: standardize methodologies for
data collection and processing, share the know-how on IT systems applied in this field, strengthen the
cooperation and delivering official and updated information.

Coordinator: Centro Nazionale Trapianti, ITALY
Contact person: Alessandro Nanni Costa

20. Health-eLife

Doc@HOME Home Based Management of Chronic Disease Sufferers
Doc@Home™ is an enabling service for health care providers seeking to manage chronically ill patients in
the home and community. The Health-elife project is validating the Doc@Home™ service in the context of
typical European hospital outpatient clinics and is also conducting a review of previous socio-economic
studies in the management of patients at home, undertaken in Portugal, Estonia and the UK. Clinical
effectiveness and routes to market will be determined and will result in a business development plan aimed
at attracting significant investment to enable global deployment of the service.

Coordinator: Docobo (UK) Ltd
Contact person: Peter Levene


HealthService24 - Continuous Mobile Services for Healthcare
The HealthService24 project, addressing eHealth and eInclusion, aims at launching an innovative mobile
health care service supporting patients' and health professionals' mobility, increasing patients' quality of life
and lowering health care costs.

Coordinator: Ericsson GmbH - Advice Business Consulting
Contact person: Jennie Weingartner

Interoperability Initiative for a European e-Health Area
i2-health project will identify requirements and submit recommendations for the deployment of interoperable
eHealth infrastructures and services for trans-European use through the definition of a generic eHealth
interoperability framework and common approaches to patient/professional identifiers and ePrescribing and
health data messages.
i2-health will review existing approaches and pilot solutions, analyse use cases, perform need and gap
analyses, and develop a concrete work plan towards a pan-European solution.

Coordinator: Empirica Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Technologieforschung mbH, Germany
Contact person: Veli Stroetmann


Improving Cystic fibrosis & cardiac valves patients Autonomy thru remote E-auscultation services
ICARE aims at market-validating an eService improving mobility and autonomy of patients carrying chronic
respiratory or heart diseases. The project will deploy the LaenneXT software in 5 pilots held by 5 hospitals:
Infanta Luisa (Portugal), Cardiplus (Spain), John Paul II (Poland), ELEGEIA (Greece) and CHU Bobigny
(France). The deployments will allow validating the service in real case with the involvement of 1800 patients
and 180 physicians, in order to adapt the final Business Model and prepare thoroughly the initial deployment.
The service is based on a tool built by LaenneXT allowing to record, send, proceed and visualize
auscultation sounds remotely, through the internet. It allows consequently remote follow-up by physicians
through exploitation of the auscultation sounds sent on the web portal which processes the signal, feeds
back a visual reference and allows the physician to trace his patient?s pathology evolution. The service helps
tackling the subjectivity of auscultation interpretation and therefore provides a means to manage remotely
the regular follow-up of needy patients. A technical provider surrounds the project, Ariane Ingénierie (France)
and two medical business specialists companies, Gemba Lifesciences (France) and AIM (Italy) take care of
the dissemination and exploitations tasks. This project is organized around 6 work packages in a classical
market validation structure, assuming performance and reactivity to market-validate and prepare launching of
the most innovative service in the history of auscultation since its invention in 1816 by Laennec. Total Costs:
1,6 M. Total funding by EC: 750 K. Duration: 18 months.

Coordinator: Assistance Publique Hopitaux de Paris, France
Contact person: Gerard Nguyen


The INNOBANK project aims to market validate new competitive services with a view to implement an
intelligent new office branch thanks to new technologies, which may enable enhanced, more secure and
user-freedom oriented bank services at the main banking partners in the creation and deployment of new
financial services.

Coordinator: Caja de Ahorros y Pensiones de Barcelona, Spain
Contact person: Maria Pilar Franquet Rodrigalva

25. KLAB

Knowledge & Learning Among Businesses
KLAB is an innovative e-learning service that exploits the reality and need of SME managers to learn from
peers. It does so by offering a web-based service that includes elements of structured learning (e.g. setting
of learning objectives and providing support for achieving them), simulated experience of reality and informal
communication and knowledge sharing among learners. These web-based service elements are supported
by an innovative and tested learning methodology.



Linking Health Professionals in Emerging Care Environments
LINKCARE aims at offering a viable, innovative, integrated health care service for chronic patients, and
providing appropriate support for information to health professionals in their activity (monitoring and
management) and to pave the way for the implementation of new care models.

Coordinator: Hospital Clínic i Provincial de Barcelona
Contact person: Mirjam Hillenius


Mobile Adaptive Procedure
Project MAP helps public information offices and emergency services to increase the quality of life and the
security of citizens.

Coordinator: Siemens Informatica S.P.A., Italy
Contact person: Roberto Donnini
28. MCC

Medical Care Continuity
The Medical Care Continuity service is meant for patients, who would continue recovering at home under the
supervision of the hospital after acute care. This kind of telemedicine allows the inclusion of patients thanks
to information society technologies. Primary beneficiaries will be elderly persons and patients suffering
chronic diseases. The market validation will establish the benefits and the deployment conditions of the MCC

Coordinator: Inter partner assistenza servizi s.p.a.
Contact person: Gilles Conchon

29. Netc@rds for eEHIC

Demonstrators of Smart Cards and Network Solutions for European Health Insurance Card
The NETC@RDS for EHIC initiative is the second phase of a four steps project devoted to establish new
improved health care administration services for mobile citizens across the EU. The actual phase aims at
validating e-health services to be deployed via the European Health Insurance Card through a wide trans-
European network simplifying health care access procedures.

Coordinator: Groupement d'intérêt économique sesam-vitale
Contact person: Noël Nader


Enhancing people's mobility and the optimisation of parking resources through the deployment of
innovative parking services across Europe
OPTIPARK's mission is to enhance urban mobility by: I) optimising urban parking resources II) deploying
innovative parking services III) Combining them with other business activities that generate mobility
demands. OPTIPARK will prepare the market introduction of innovative parking services for the mobility of
people by assessing and validating the feasibility of its trans-European deployment through Market
Validation pilots in five major European cities, namely Amsterdam, Bruges, Madrid, Bologna and Geneva.

Coordinator: Sociedad Iberica de Construcciones Electricas, S.A., Spain
Contact person: Jorge Martinez
Website: non- existent

Safe Medication through Pharmacovigilance and Compliance Monitoring

Coordinator: GlaxoSmithKline, Greece
Contact person: George Vogiatzis
Website: non-existent


Virtual Pharmacy Services for Disadvantaged Areas
PHARMACLICK allows all citizens to receive pharmacological prescriptions even though in remote areas
where the maintenance of real pharmacy is not economically/practically viable with the use of a smart card
(new generation dual mode, in line with the European health-card). It offers a first health support point for all
citizens (specially if disabled or elderly), providing suggestions via the use of a light tele-health service.
PHARMACLICK gives to local health-care authorities a view on the health expenditure and a monitoring of
not disclosed needs that must be addressed by the health-care system. In fact, The role of pharmacies has
been over the years the point of reference for first health support where not in emergency (sometimes also in
emergency); nowadays while facing the development of very sophisticated e-health solutions, the traditional
support given by pharmacies is decreasing and often in not heavy populated areas citizens can have
difficulties in getting what is needed without driving for tens of kilometres. In the mean time all over in Europe
the need to de-hospitalise persons as soon as possible is driving to have a more sophisticated need of
support on the territory. The technology is today mature to provide solutions allowing remote management of
most diffused de-hospitalized pathology; so the PHARMACLICK idea is to provide citizens a new way to
receive e-health services at low-intensity level. PHARMACLICK provides those services trough the use of
specifically designed PHARMACLICK-points (Pininfarina designed), that include an automatic storage for
main prescriptions, a videoconference device, a scanning device to read prescriptions and collect them for
reimbursements, basic telemedicine devices to collect physiological parameters. All services are activated by
a smart card providing citizen data and security keys. The service includes also the payment using
credit/debit cards. The objective is to estimate the impact in terms of social (truncated)

Contact person: ANDREA BOAROLO
Website: non-existent


The project offers virtual press office services for SMEs actually in France, Italy and Estonia, International
press service through the Swedish partner. No abstract available for this project.

Coordinator: Cybion SRL, Italy
Contact person: Carlo Briosi

Registry Information Service on European Residents for Acceded Countries
RISERac enables online requests for official address information across borders in a simple, safe and cost-
effective way. The project streamlines address requests, one of the most used public administration services.
RISERac builds on the success of RISER and extends the services to Estonia, Hungary and Poland.

Coordinator: PSI Aktiengesellschaft für Produkte und Systeme der Informationstechnologie, Germany
Contact person: Hendrik Tamm


Trans European Network for patient randomisation in clinical trials
The goal of the project is to implement uniform European procedures for patient randomisation in clinical
trials and make these procedures available as a service on a secure Trans European Network of Clinical
Trials Data centres, enabling data managers, doctors and their staff to interactively register patients into
randomised clinical trials and obtain a treatment allocation from any device with internet access, including
computer, PDA and mobile phones.

Coordinator: Nederlands Kanker Instituut/Antoni van Leeuwenhoek ziekenhuis
Contact person: Mrs Otilia Dalesio


Mediation of Cultural Heritage
Within the project T&T will create a network of libraries around a web platform. By digitising their rare book
collections an opportunity will occur for the members to mediate and receive their works within the network.
Within the project we will then evaluate the technical and commercial aspects of letting parties other than
rare-book holders use the digital works for educational or scientific purposes.

Coordinator: Touch & Turn Sweden AB, Sweden
Contact person: Johan Oberg

Transnational Calibration Expert Service
The main objective of the project is to verify a new European calibration service on line.

Coordinator: Unimetrik S.A., Spain
Contact person: Eugen Trapet
Website: no project website available; further information on coordinator’s website at


Web-based E-Learning for SME and Craftsmen Of Modern Europe
The WELCOME service will address current and anticipated re-skilling needs of technically oriented SME,
craftsmen and individuals. As a result of the growing technical complexity at the workplace (introduction of
new machines and technologies) in SME a continuous need to upgrade the technical competencies of
employees is emerging. However, on a European scale, no e-learning courses with technical contents
adjusted to the needs of SME are available.

Coordinator: Berufsbildungszentrum Hellweg EV, Germany
Contact person: Bernd Metzig
Website: non-existent

39. W-SPES

Widening SPES
The W-SPES project is built upon the results of a previous eTEN project, SPES, whose objective was to
implement and consolidate full exploitation of the digital signature by the Public Administration, and of a FP5
project, EUPKI, which implemented an operational open source software version of PKI with smart card
support. While SPES introduced a range of services which use strong authentication and digital signature,
W-SPES will promote the deployment of those services in more Public Administrations, thanks to the
achieved know-how and a defined interoperability framework. The services fall under the following
categories: Internal administration, Payments to PA, Personal information inquiry, Authorisation & licensing,
Services for the community, Specialised services for professionals. The PA in each city will be the service
provider and in most cases also the Registration Authority, according to the SPES model. The main goals of
W-SPES are: · to extend the scope of SPES, encouraging co-operation and replication of experiences with
the new partners, aiming at accelerating the implementation of secure on-line applications; · to consolidate
the use of digital signature and strong authentication in the PA?s services, allowing citizens to share,
exchange, read and recognise documents and information through advanced and secure technical solutions.
Specific objectives are: - to identify and classify the knowledge deriving from SPES, producing guidelines
and replication tools - to set up interactive and secure electronic services which require strong authentication
and digital signature, integrating the replication tools into the specific environment of the participating cities -
to consolidate the Registration Authority and cross-recognition processes needed for European
interoperability of certificates, by replicating the SPES model and implementing the EUPKI results - to
promote dissemination activities and contribute to European standardisation.

Coordinator: Comune di Prato, ITALY
Contact person: Paolo Boscolo
Website: non-existent

40.Ambient Learning

Ambient, Multimodal and Context-Sensitive Lifelong Learning
The objective of the project is to provide a pragmatic, easy-to-use eLearning service, which allows any time,
any where and any how access to personalised, high quality learning content.
The AMBIENT LEARNING service is based on stable and mature technology and offers ambient,
multimodal, personalised and context-sensitive access to learning at work, at home, at a training institution or
on the move.
Coordinator: CAS Software AG, Germany
Contact person: Bernhard Kölmel

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