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Role and specific skills
The next table summarizes the partner’s skills and the role of each partner in the project:
PartnerExpertiseTasks - Role in the Project
> Public Administration 
> Promotion and development actions to favour economical development of the region
> Design and promotion of the needed regulatory and legal framework
Coordination of the project.
Leader of WP1: mentoring from health clusters experience, including the public policies supporting the setting-up and dynamisation of local clusters.
Leader of WP7: implementation plan, with the goal of making it happen in 3 years.
Leader of WP8: dissemination of good practises and project results as well as the organisation of a final cluster launching conference. 
Leader of WP9: project management, including monitoring the project progress.
> Private Research centre
> Knowledge of the sector needs and trends.
> Two main approaches of the Health Division: gerontotechnologies, application of technology to favour the quality of life of the elderly and biomedical engineering mainly address to disabilities.
Leader fo WP3: analysis of assistive technologies, including studying the strategic reports published by the European and national Technology platforms, the offer at the EU of the AT sector and elaboration of a report on the current situation.
Leader of WP5 devoted to the identification and implementation of local working groups.
Leader of WP6 dedicated to the definition of the cluster scope and the drafting of a research agenda defining the structure, governing rules, research areas and strategy to be followed by the cluster.
> Consultancy in disability policies.
> AT and accessibility solutions' development and implementation
> Technical service and maintenance of AT
> Training and education in Assistive Devices, Accesibility and related public policies.
Will lead the WP4 dedicated to the analysis of the local economic and R&D potential, based on the analysis of macroeconomic variables and indicators of the regional economic performance in research, technology development and innovation and including a SWOT analysis. It Will provide support and share its industrial expertise in the AT sector
> Research institute and, through the Matia Foundation, an end-user of assistive technologies.
> Expertise in research on ageing and disability, with close contact with this population.
> Offers a wide range of services such as residential settings for older adults, day care centres and residential settings for disabled.
Since directly concerned, INGEMA will lead the WP2 targeted to the analysis of policies – European, national and local – in support of the assistive sector, to determine policy implications for the support of the