Innovation SME

An SME will be considered innovative when any of the following circumstances occur:

a) When you have received public funding in the last three years

Public calls within the framework of the VI National Plan for Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation or the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation.
Aid for carrying out R&D&I projects, of the Center for Industrial Technological Development.
Calls for the 7th R&D&I Framework Program or the Horizon 2020 Program of the European Union.

b) When it has demonstrated its innovative character, through its own activity:

Having obtained, in the three years prior to the exercise of the bonus right, a positive binding reasoned report for the purposes of applying the deduction referred to in article 35 of the consolidated text of the Tax Law on Companies, approved by Royal Legislative Decree 4/2004, of March 5.

c) When you have demonstrated your capacity for innovation, through any of the following official certifications recognized by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness:

  • Young Innovative Company (JEI), according to AENOR Specification EA0043.
  • Innovative small or micro-enterprise, according to AENOR Specification EA0047.
  • Certification in accordance with the UNE 166.002 standard «R&D&i management systems».


Certification of compliance with the ENS

Information system that supports the design, development, implementation, support and maintenance services of the RESIPLUS solution, which meets the comprehensive management needs of Nursing Homes and Centers for Functional Diversity.
Certificate number: CERT -ENS-19049

CDTI Individual R&D Project

The project «INTELLIGENT SOCIAL AND HEALTH APPLICATION AND AUGMENTED REALITY» has been co-financed by the Center for Industrial Technological Development (CDTI) and by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

The development of the project has an ambitious objective within the field of R&D where it is intended to achieve and revolutionize the socio-health field through change in the process of care and attention to the user, all through less advanced technologies. exploited, but more innovative and efficient, centralizing Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data technologies in a single technological environment.

What is intended here is to be able to achieve a new technology applied to workers in this socio-health sector, assuming a great revolution in the world of services for the elderly, functional diversity, etc. and therefore increasing knowledge in real time in the treatment and provision of services of all these people in their daily care.

Project developed in Carrer d’Helsinki 52, 6 B, 46900 Torrent, Valencia

Execution period: 06/03/2019-05/31/2021

Budget: €1,034,196

Co-financing (100%) ERDF Funds