BRIDGING THE GAP FOR INNOVATIONS IN DISASTER RESILIENCE

BRIGAID is a 4-year project (2016-2020) under EU Horizon2020 aimed to effectively bridge the gap between innovators and end-users in resilience to floods, droughts and extreme weather.

Europe is particularly prone to these natural hazards and evidence is now ever stronger that damages will increase. Evaluations also show a huge potential to reduce these risks through adaptation strategies.

BRIGAID TOOLS: Practical support for innovators to get from
an idea to a signed deal

BRIGAID supports climate innovations with testing, business development and online visibility through several practical tools:

TIF: Test and Implementation Framework

BRIGAID’s Test and Implementation Framework for climate innovations provides a structured and systematic method for solution developers to move their idea forward in the TRL scale.

The TIF Tool is designed to help innovators identify possible technical, environmental, sectoral and societal concerns that their innovations may raise early on –and iteratively throughout the development of their innovation– so that they may modify their designs to better address their end users’ needs. The TIF Tool should be applied at critical points in the development process at which innovators should pause to identify and address technical, environmental, sectoral and social concerns.

MAF+: The Market Analysis Framework

The Market Analysis Framework is an online collaboration system that enables innovators to identify business opportunities, define their market, recognize and evaluate their competitors, and conceive a suitable business model.

The MAF+ aims to trigger change in European innovation by getting innovators, researchers and entrepreneurs comfortable with putting business development and marketing concepts into practice. The goal is to increase the innovators’ capacity to recognize actual market needs and incorporate them into their product development process. The underlying vision is “European innovation that is user-centric and globally competitive”.

CIW: The Climate Innovation Window

The Climate Innovation Window is a portal created to showcase and facilitate the market uptake of new solutions to climate change adaptation.

The CIW is an online interactive platform presenting innovations and connecting them to end users and qualified investors. Innovations are defined here as new products, processes and forms of organization into adaptation solutions to climatic events, and which are in their final stages of development. The use of the BRIGAID approach ensures the generation of key information for end-users and investors and allows a reliable comparison among different potential solutions.

BRIGAID clears the path to deliver innovations to the market

through the assessment and improvement  of Technical, Social and Market readiness.

Support to innovators

Are you an innovator? See what BRIGAID can offer to you.

As an End user

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Meet our innovators

Do you want to know about our innovations?
Find out more in our gallery of innovations.

BRIGAID News

Workshop with STOWA

In the workshop two practical water management innovation cases have been assessed with the TIF-tool.

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BRIGAID tweets

Innovation of the week
PERMEABLE POLYMER CONCRETE (PPC) a highly porous and permeable material which is mostly appropriate for pavements and roads it minimizes to a large extent the effect of flash floods.
Developer:Epoka University
More info in the CIW://t.co/nMq0iPaPS2

Very well done documentary by @realstoriesdocs about the challenges to get the equal access to the water and to improve the water security in Peru. Much more has to be done @iagua @FutureWaterES @FutureWaterNL @icatalist @brigaid_eu @ANAPeru //t.co/JTpwpMzakl

Innovation of the week
NEFOCAST is a research that aims at setting up, and demonstrating through field experiments, the concept of a system able to provide precipitation maps in real-time.
Developer: MBI Srl

More info in the CIW: //t.co/aQoc3YsCyA
#brigaid #EASME #H2020

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