Anti-microbial resistance (AMR) is a significant and growing societal challenge. Innovation is needed to rapidly detect and control AMR in a number of settings, not least healthcare facilities and hospitals. The RaDAR project brings together healthcare buyers to undertake a collaborative procurement of rapid AMR detection and control systems.





The buyers group (Resah, ICO, OSAK, and UNINA-DISAP) has published a Prior Information Notice (PIN) to publicise the project and provide an opportunity for potential solution providers to express interest in the forthcoming open market consultation and subsequent procurement.



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      Expression of Interest form

      A group of healthcare buyers have identified an unmet need for rapid detection and control systems to address antimicrobial resistance. This is an opportunity for potential solution providers, suppliers, and interest groups to express interest in following the project from its inception. Expressions of interest are invited from all parts of the supply chain. The data collected will be used solely by the RaDAR Consortium for the finalities of the project. RaDAR will not share your data with third parties for any purpose. For further information on the use of your personal data, please read the Privacy Policy.