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Template Final Version, 04 November 2011



FINAL

PROJECT REPORT
Template –
Please send this report electronically to the Central Management Unit (CMU) as well as a copy to the National Contact Persons (NCPs) of the coordinator and project partners
The coordinator of the project must submit this report within 60 calendar days after the final date of the project, on behalf of the consortium.
If you have any additional question,
please contact the AAL CMU at CMU@aal-europe.eu,
or your NCP (see details on www.aal-europe.eu/aal-ncp)



Report date

DD/MM/YYYY



PUBLISHABLE PROJECT INFORMATION (to be used by AALJP)


1a. PROJECT

Project full title

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Project acronym

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Project No.

AAL-YYYY-X-XXX (see list on www.aal-europe.eu)

Project Website

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Project duration

  • Starting date: DD/MM/YYYY

  • Termination date: DD/MM/YYYY

Coordinator’s name

and details

Full name: <…>

E-mail address: <…> *

Telephone number: <…> *
* Both e-mail address and tel. number must be provided.





1b. PROJECT partners

No.

Partner organisation name

Partner org. acronym

Type*

Project costs:

Public grant in Euro

Project costs:

Partner own contribution in euro

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(coord.)


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2

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Please add more lines if required


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*Please select one of these options: SMEs, Large, END USER, RTD, other



1c. PUBLISHABLE PROJECT RESULTS SUMMARY (1 page)


In this section, please present the results of your project, including the following information:


  • what is your product/service (result of the AAL JP project work)

  • what needs/problems does your product/service respond to

  • what are the target groups of users and payers

  • what is the technological innovation of your product/service (in terms of novelty of concept, approach to the development etc.)

  • what is the social innovation of your product/service (benefits to society and economic impact)

  • which type of end-users have been involved in the project (how many and in which way)

  • what is the expected time to market and what are the main possible barriers

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CONFIDENTIAL PART OF THE REPORT



2. deliverables submitted and milestones achieved

during the PROJECT

In this section, please provide details in case your project deviated from the Description of Work (work plan) with respect to delivery dates, achievement of milestones or changes in planned outputs; please indicate whether and to whom (AAL NFA/NCP) the changes have been communicated.

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Has the project been finalised in line with the Description of Work?

YES

NO

PARTLY 

in case of deviation, please explain:

Has the project achieved its expected results as described in the Description of Work?

YES

NO

PARTLY 

in case of deviation, please explain:



3 a. Project results - scientific/technical project results

Provide a summary of the confidential results, including:

  • The progress per work-package

  • The performance of the project consortium (added value of cooperation, added value and performance of each partner etc.)

  • Scientific/technical achievements during the course of the project

  • End-user services developed during the course of the project

  • Other confidential information

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(1 page maximum)




3 b. Project results – BUSINESS MODELS & indicators

Please insert here a short summary of the business model selected for your product/service (max. ½ page). If not explained in the publishable summary section, please describe:


  • What product/service will you offer?

  • What main problem(s) does it solve or what benefits does it provide to the customer?

  • What is the added value of your product/service versus that of competitors and/or compared to existing solutions on the market? What is your unique selling proposition?

  • How will the product be sold? Who will provide products/services?

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Please answer the questions below, if possible:

What is the targeted range of manufacturing/service costs per product/service unit (€, € per month etc.)?

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What is the estimated size of the targeted market in Europe for your product/service (in €)?

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In your business model, who will pay for the product/service (you can tick more than one box):

 End user (older person)  Informal carers  Formal care providers  Public subsidies

 Insurance Other (add if necessary)  not yet decided


In your business model, who will take the decision about purchase of the product/service (you can tick more than one box):

 End user (older person)  Informal carers/family  Formal care providers  Public subsidies



 Insurance Other (add if necessary)  not yet decided

At what stage of development are you with your product/service (e.g. research, pilot, real life trial etc.)?

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When will your product/service be ready for market?

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What type of further research/development is necessary to finalize the product (technical, adoption, market research etc.)?

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What further investments are necessary to launch product on the market?

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Please insert here any other information related to the business model, such as:


  • what is the targeted market niche?

  • do you need certification for your product/service before gaining access to the market?

  • what type of certification and from who?

  • do you need to perform reliability testing?

  • Any other information

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3 C. Project results – END USER indicators

In the section below, please provide the information you have gathered during your project on primary, secondary and tertiary end-users1 of your product/service. Note that secondary end-users can be formal and informal carers (see footnote). For the indicators cited below, please provide information if available; any other qualitative or quantitative information on beneficiaries can be provided instead.


Please provide your information on end-users here. This may include:


  • Type of end-user (primary, formal and informal secondary, tertiary end-users)

  • Total number of end-users involved (by type of end-user, gender etc.)

  • Average age and age distribution of involved end-users

  • Location of end-user (rural, town, large city etc.)

  • Situation of end users (single household/family setting/etc., independence)

  • Health status (disabilities, mobility, cognitive function etc.)

  • Socio-economic background (education, income class etc.)

  • Any other information

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3 D. Project results – Other indicators

Patents, which are the direct result of the project work

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Contirbution to standards, which are the direct result from the project work

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Publications (scientific or other), which are the direct result from the project work (please provide details)

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Other dissemination activities

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Type and size of audience reached by dissemination activities

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4. Financial information - other comments

Please check appropriate box:

The financial part of the project is in line with (or) deviates from the partner’s Grant Agreements & Work Packages plans (personal efforts, other costs, etc.)?

In case of deviation, please give a short explanation:
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Other comments related to financial part of the project:

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5. AAL jp PROGRAMME

Please comment, using your AAL project experience, on the main advantages and disadvantages of AALJP projects.

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6. updated PROJECT partners’ contact details




No.

Partner organisation name

Contact person

email address


Telephone number

Name

Last name

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(coord.)


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Please add more lines if required


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1 Definition of end-users in AAL Joint Programme:

  • Primary end-user is the person who is actually using an AAL product or service, a single individual, “the well-being person”. This group directly benefits from AAL by increased quality of life.

  • Secondary end-users are persons or organisations directly being in contact with a primary end-user, such as formal and informal care persons, family members, friends, neighbours, care organisations and their representatives. This group benefits from AAL directly when using AAL products and services (at a primary end-user’s home or remote) and indirectly when the care needs of primary end-users are reduced.

  • Tertiary end-users are such institutions and private or public organisations that are not directly in contact with AAL products and services, but who somehow contribute in organizing, paying or enabling them. This group includes the public sector service organizers, social security systems, insurance companies. Common to these is that their benefit from AAL comes from increased efficiency and effectiveness which result in saving expenses or by not having to increase expenses in the mid and long term.





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