Assistive Technologies and Community Healthcare Development (Phase 2)
The Assistive Technologies and Community Healthcare Development Project (Phase 2) is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and led by Coventry University Health Design and Technology Institute. The project commenced in December 2013 and will run for a period of eighteen months.
The aim of the project is to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the West Midlands region who are seeking to develop products and services in the community healthcare sector, specifically in relation to assistive technologies.
Support is provided in the form of:
- Product design
- User evaluation of new or existing products
- a combination of the two
This assistance enables HDTI to add significant value to our clients intellectual property and maximise its commercial potential, supporting the development and launch of new assistive technology products into the market-place.
For more information on the Assistive Technologies and Community Healthcare Development project, please contact Guy Smallman.