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2021
2027

Idioma proyecto 27: English

Activation of the Neurorehabilitation Service in Rural Areas

Evaluation of each pilot case, analysing its social impact, the functioning of the business unit and the sustainability of each pilot. Conclusions will be drawn that may favor its future replication and a comparative economic analysis of the expenditure in each pilot versus the savings induced in public health services will be made. This savings will serve to look for public-private solutions that allow the replication of pilot experiences.

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Pilot project of the Dynamization Hub and Stop on the Road concept

Joint design and definition of a pilot project for proof of the concept of dynamisation hubs and stops on the CaS Road. The pilot will be developed in 5 territories: 1 in Portugal, 3 in Spain and 1 in France, to ensure the representativeness of the Sudoe collaboration area. Dynamisation Hub: Working group to carry out, among others, the mapping of key actors, the involvement of key stakeholders, a strategic analysis, the development of methodology and work plan, the measurement of impact, the collection of lessons learned and replicability models to other territories. The stop on the Camino will be a physical and virtual place where you can taste, acquire and send typical agri-food products, artisans and creatives. It will offer cultural, tourist, environmental and leisure information in a physical and virtual way, with connections to the network, and collect evaluations of products and services. It will serve as a meeting point between the inhabitants of rural areas and visitors and users of the roads. This pilot project will be based on the collaboratively designed common strategy and will monitor its simultaneous implementation in the 5 selected territories (A3.2 and A3.3). The information obtained from this development will serve to continuously improve the final version of the common strategy and action plan.

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Pilot experiences

The different pilot experiences are structured into three groups, each identified with a theme and leading to a solution: The first group (digitalisation) will generate a solution in terms of digitisation of the agrotourism experience (demand) and improvement of business competitiveness (offer). — New digital technologies (mixed and augmented reality) for the creation of immersive agrotouristic experiences (CDA24). — Intelligent data management system (Smart Data) for the improvement of the competitiveness of agrotourism companies from the improvement of customer knowledge and the subsequent segmentation of products and tourism experiences. The second group (environmental sustainability) will generate a solution of valorisation and differentiation of agrotouristic products with low environmental impact: — Creation of tourist itineraries aimed at sustainable development and promotion of km0 agri-food products (CRTLO) and connection with environmental protection figures (products of the Biosphere Reserve, in the case of the RBOV). — Creation of a digital product passport with information on environmental footprint, origin, quality certifications, etc. (CIM VDL). The third group (segmentation of audiences) will generate innovative experiences adapted to different audiences particularly suitable for the agrotourism sector: — Agrotourism experiences designed for children and youth audiences of urban origin (F. Ávila), including collaboration in traditional trades. — Valuation of agri-food products among hikers (CDA09), both in destination (Ariège) and origin (concept store in Toulouse). — Design of agrotourism circuits for urban family audiences (SODEBUR), including intangible heritage associated with traditional rural life. The project therefore plans to develop a total of three pilot actions within the framework of RCO84.

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Development of socio-cultural innovation and sustainable development clusters

The pilot action of WG3 is the most ambitious of the three developed in the project as it focuses on the definition of effective knowledge transfer mechanisms to make the cultural heritage of mountain landscapes a lever of development for the territories. The transfer is usually located as the last stage of the patrimonialisation processes and often does not materialise, or only in a very partial and institutionalised way, which generates in the end many equipment/equity resources practically abandoned, without a real use and exploitation, that languish and deteriorate quickly because the local population and the territorial actors do not really know them or consider them as their own. This pilot action aims to respond to this problem, completely turning it around from the processes of social innovation. Cultur-MONTS is committed to working on the transfer of heritage from the beginning of the project, placing as protagonists, and active agents of change, local communities, authorities, institutions and territorial actors (especially economic actors). This is how it is intended to test the application of methods of participation, such as “the path of impact”, through the promotion of formal spaces (physical or virtual) of encounter between all the agents involved: the clusters of sociocultural innovation and sustainable development. The idea that local communities express from the beginning what is the impact they expect from the project: what would you like to see achieved with CULTUR-MONTS; and from here, together with the consortium, determine what are the results to achieve and the best tools to achieve them.

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Implementation of thematic pilot experience on the GT2 Strategy in Spain, Portugal and France

The HITTS project will develop 1 pilot experience of the Strategy developed in WG2 with different thematic focus in each country (1 in Spain, 1 in France and 1 in Portugal). All pilot actions will share common and other distinctive elements, depending on the characteristics of each territory, its potential and needs and the existence of a different national reference framework. Each territory will test common elements of the Strategy necessary to achieve the desired socio-economic development. In this regard, the common part tested by all partners will include the development of a participatory governance system (A3.1); design of an action plan translating the strategy into concrete measures (A3.2) and training for local actors (A3.3). The thematic pilot experience will be different in each territory: — Spain (PP1, PP2, PP3) – Readaptive Wealth Use Approach: promote, condition and adapt cultural and natural heritage to ensure universal access to certain identified elements or goods. — France (PP7, PP8) – Mobilisation of actors for the creation of tourist, artistic and cultural activities for the revitalisation of the cultural and natural heritage of a common protected area. — Portugal (PP5,PP6) – Readaptation of the natural heritage of the lizards and conditioning of the hiking routes in Montalegre. These actions will be very important for HITTS, as key and common elements of the strategy can be tested in real environments with their uniqueness and themes. The results obtained will serve to collect improvements to be integrated into the Strategy based on the aspects tested in the SUDOE territory.

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Pilot Actions Experimentation

The WG3 related to specific objective 3 will converge towards the experimentation of pilot actions in the areas of the project. These actions will allow the concrete implementation of new devices (such as services, equipment, tools, methods or approaches) derived from a joint reflection or will demonstrate the feasibility/transferability of existing solutions to a specific territory/sector.

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Piloting the AI-based HENKO predictive system

Pilot test of the AI-based predictive platform “Henko” and innovative digital technologies with end-users of palliative care (A3.2): people with palliative care needs (N=120), family members (N=50), professionals (N=25). (1 pilot action implemented in the 7 care beneficiaries, INTRAS, GSS, HEALTH, DIPBI, CHUB, PM, IPO).

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Ensayo clínico multicéntrico aleatorizado

Conduct of a randomised multicenter clinical trial with intervention and control group in 300 elderly patients of the Geriatric/Internal Medicine service in the hospitals participating in the project. The hospital care model of the HUN Geriatrics Service has demonstrated, through scientific evidence, the prevention of disability generated during hospitalisation in 60 % of patients who perform the individualised exercise program. Starting from the basis of this model, and seeking its optimisation, an innovative hospital care model will be developed jointly that will be implemented in HDFF (Portugal), CHU-T (France), SAAS (Andorra) and HUN (Spain). The design of the clinical trial will take into account the needs, possibilities and characteristics of each hospital for its implementation and subsequent follow-up after 3 months of the intervention, in order to assess the adherence and the results of the practice of physical exercise and adoption of healthy habits. This pilot activity will begin with the joint elaboration of the protocol, and, after its approval by the different Ethical Committees, the recruitment of patients in the 3 hospitals that will be randomised through a blind procedure (month 7) will begin. The duration of the clinical trial is estimated at 2 years, and once completed, the results analysis will be carried out. The results of this pilot activity tested in the three hospitals will allow the development of a solution that can be easily transferred to other hospitals in different territories. The implementation of this pilot activity in three hospitals in different countries and regions brings added value to the results, since it includes a heterogeneous population with different social and economic characteristics of the SUDOE territory and with different health systems, increasing the impact of the results at a scientific level with social and political impact.

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Pilot actions

The implementation of the 3 pilot actions contributes to the RCO84 Programme Implementation Indicator. Pilot action number 1 will consist of the creation and implementation of an energy community in the town of Bembibre, which will also study the implementation of the results of pilot action number 2 and 3 in order to replicate a sustainable mobility system based on green hydrogen as an engine and take advantage of possible surpluses for the distribution of natural gas. Action number 2 will integrate a self-consumption system and test a hydrogen bike system that will be tested in both Bembibre and Portalegre. Action 3 shall launch a demonstration laboratory in which application simulations will be carried out to adopt solutions to real cases: conversion of traffic, distribution of natural gas, modernisation of agricultural transport, etc.

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Catalogue of pilot actions for forest conservation and resilience

The objective of this catalogue is to present in a synthetic and operational way the pilot actions that are currently experiencing new solutions to conserve forest resources, preserve and strengthen the resilience of forests. Pilot actions to be carried out in the territories (15 pilot sites are already planned) will include three types of solutions: 1/Planting new species and provenances to test their resistance in forests in the long term. This should help environments better cope with different threats. 2/Adoption of specific forestry actions to promote the adaptation and resilience of forests and the maintenance of associated ecosystem services. The aim is to improve, preserve or restore forest cover, for example by enriching the masses, which favors the mixing of species. 3/Implementing actions for the conservation of the forest genetic heritage. These actions aim to respond to important local challenges. The wide variety of forest situations (main objective of the masses, composition in species, age of the masses, etc.) and of the pedocclimatic conditions found must allow a good representativeness of the forest contexts of southwest Europe. The techniques used, the resources mobilised and the results of the pilot actions will be exploited and transferred 1) within the partnership, 2) to other local, regional and national institutions and actors and 3) to other territories of the EU through the European networks of partners and partners to facilitate their ownership. This catalogue will be integrated into the metadata base (ACT2.1) and will illustrate some of the operational recommendations of the Transnational Strategy (achievement of WG1).

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