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Gérontopôle Nouvelle-Aquitaine (GNA)

Gérontopôle Nouvelle-Aquitaine (GNA)

The Gérontopôle Nouvelle-Aquitaine is a Public Interest mainly funded by Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region and the the Regional Health Agency.

Its mission is to bring together and strenghten the dynamics around ageing between stakeholders specialized in Research, Care, Training, Innovation and Business, and wants to be positioned as a major actor in promotting territory and stakeholders in the field of Active and Healthy Ageing.

Thanks to its cross-sectorial, pragmatic and user-centred approach for innovation in health and autonomy, Gérontopôle Nouvelle-Aquitaine aims to support the development of new devices and services by involving users and professionals (public and/or private)


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24 rue Atlantis,
Immeuble Boréal / 2° étage
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Gérontopôle Nouvelle-Aquitaine (GNA)


Gérontopôle Nouvelle-Aquitaine is thus positioned as an open innovation laboratory whose methodology is based on

1- Active participation of users communities (elderly people, professionals, informal caregivers…) in order to:
– Identifying and analysing their needs and expectations
– Experimenting with solutions to improve the quality of life of people in their daily lives
– Evaluating these solutions “in real life” before deployment or generalisation.


2- The animation of an ecosystem bringing together actors from the political and associative world, academia and industry, health and social in a unique public-private-citizen partnership.


3- The development of intermediation processes that make it possible to (re)reconcile the divergent interests of the players involved.


This approach should make it possible to improve the appropriation of products and services by users, while accelerating the marketing of new products and services.




To achieve these objectives,Gérontopôle Nouvelle-Aquitaine has developed tools:

1- Diagnostic tool
2- Design tool (focus group, open forum…) allowing to capitalize or develop the “user experience”
3- Analysis tool to identify priorities or trends
4- Evaluation tool

Historically Labelled Living Labs


Since its formation in 2006 ENoLL has labelled 440+ Living Labs. See the full list of Labelled Living Labs who are not active members of the network.



Torino City Lab (Italy) – 5G towards 6G for Citiverse: How AI, IoT, Blockchain, and XR are driving urban innovation in future Cities & Communities

Tuesday, 18 Jun 2024
Turin, Italy
The international event will take place in Torino on June 18th, 2024 and will be focused on showcasing and promoting the debate among Public Authorities, Research and Industry on concrete advancements in the application of 5 to 6G emerging technologies solutions for urban innovation towards the upcoming European paradigm of “CitiVerse”.

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