A showroom dedicated to innovations in favour of ageing well and the prevention of dependency
For the 7th edition of AgeingFit, Eurasanté and Clubster NHL invite you to discover a showroom dedicated to innovations and prototypes developed in favour of the prevention of age-related disorders.
These innovations come from:
Eurasenior is Europe’s leading incubator dedicated to the Silver economy and aimed at all innovative project leaders and start-ups in the Hauts-de-France region. Its premises are located in Arras, at the heart of an ecosystem of excellence and innovation. Eurasenior was launched in 2021. In less than two years, 37 projects have been supported by the incubator and 23 projects are currently being supported. Its ambition is to support 85 new silver economy projects and the creation of 25 companies by 2025.
Launched for the first time in 2015, the “Silver Surfer” call for projects aims to stimulate the ecosystem of associations, companies, health professionals, research laboratories and start-ups by encouraging them to develop innovative solutions for the elderly. These products/services are tested directly with the target audience through the involvement of partner institutions. On the occasion of the eighth edition of the call for projects, three winners have distinguished themselves and will be announced during the award ceremony!
The HIPÂ flat is a unique innovation centre bringing together products and technologies from Silver economy companies in the Hauts-de-France region. This space, located in Marles-les-Mines in the Pas-de-Calais region, allows for the presentation, experimentation and life-size testing of technological aids responding to the dimensions of ageing well: food, security, mobility, well-being and social ties. Today, nearly 80 pieces of equipment and solutions (from more than 35 companies in the network) are on display in 4 areas: bathroom, kitchen, living room and bedroom. Building on its success, a second showroom will be opened in April 2023 in an old house in the Cité Bellevue in Harnes. It will be dedicated to everyday equipment that will accompany the evolution of the loss of autonomy at home.