This grant aims to support business projects of emerging technology-based startups with a business strategy based on the development of own technology and intensive mastery of scientific and technological knowledge. From 2018 to 2023, the budget allocation has increased by 60%, up to 40 million euros this year, thanks to the Next Generation funds. 

It is a highly competitive grant, and this year it has financed only 131 Spanish startups. The startups of the TecnoCampus Aims Medical and Sweanty business community are two of these Spanish startups that are beneficiaries of this grant, and have obtained 325.000 and 335.000 euros respectively.

Aims Medical is a spin-off of the Consorci Sanitari del Maresme that is dedicated to developing cutting-edge technologies that allow medical professionals to improve diagnosis and manage age-related diseases. Its ultimate goal is to transform the way healthcare providers address age-related diseases, using technology to drive more effective and efficient care. With this project, they aim to develop a universal diagnosis system for onopharyngeal dysphagia, aspiration pneumonia and malnutrition using artificial intelligence and machine learning. 

Sweanty is, a spin-off of the CSIC that arises to bring to the market and exploit commercially a technology developed at the Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona in order to analyze people's sweat. It is about the development of a device for the prevention and monitoring of dehydration to improve the performance of athletes and avoid the risk of dehydration.


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