In 2012 the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) and the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) launched a family of standars for Innovation Management, known as CEN/TS 16655.

Therefore, a European Standard (EN) automatically becomes a national standard in each of the 33 CEN-CENELEC member countries

The aim of the project is to develop an educational material based on this standard, which will be used by the senior and middle managers of corporations, to be able to establish a dynamically developing process controlling system starting from idea generation.

One of the main driving forces of the corporate field in today’s knowledge based societies is knowledge itself; it is the base of competitiveness. All the modern devices around us are the result of a series of major or minor developments, from new design features to functionalities. Furthermore, innovation focused on intellectual products is a crucial pillar of economy. Innovation has gained increased attention nowadays due to the accelerated pace of development.

Economic growth requires enlarged economic resources and more efficient utilization; while technological development is based on innovation.

Our project’s aim is to facilitate the spread and use of the innovation management standard among small and medium companies, to promote its efficient implementation within their company management system.

Innovation management

Innovation management   (UNE-CEN/TS 16555-1:2013) applied  to  superior education : integration of  disruptive  technologies for the teaching of chemistry.


Horizon 2020 program

Standardization in Horizon2020  program in the webinar of CENELEC:

The Global Innovation Index

The Global Innovation Index 2015 (GII) co-published by Cornell University, INSEAD, and the World Intellectual Property Organization. The core of the GII consists of a ranking of world economies’ innovation capabilities and results.

Slovakia’s Startup...

Craze of Hyperloop and Flying Cars Is Helping Make it a European Innovation Capita

An hour’s drive from Bratislava, engineers are working up a prototype reminiscent of James Bond’s extrication of a Soviet defector from the Slovak capital to Austria in the 1987 film, “The Living Daylights.” Instead of a one-man capsule, the 10-foot-high real-life version is designed to haul up to 50 passengers through a Hyperloop tube within eight minutes to Vienna.


is the name of the Slovak project, which took the best in the world of IT. Project from under the Tatras wants to change the basic thing on the Internet.

You come to the computer that you recognize and automatically logs or one click. Equally easy to reach on Facebook, Twitter or via email. Forget the password that you previously had to remember. The key to these services is because your mobile phone. "We decided to use a cell phone, because it is a matter with which goes every now and sleep," he told HN Ivan Klimek, who is co-founder of Excalibur. Everything has to be fast and especially safe.