29th June 2018
All interested businesses and research performing organisations should visit www.dbei.gov.ie/DTIF for information on the application process and full information on the Fund.
Themes include Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented and Virtual Reality, Health and Wellbeing, Advanced and Smart Manufacturing and Smart and Sustainable Food Production and Processing.
Projects must be collaborative in nature, involving a number of partners working together. There will also be a focus on projects that can be commercialised, meaning they can have a real impact on the jobs of the future.
Announcements on the first successful projects to be funded in 2019 will be made by end 2018.
SME participation in each collaboration is an essential requirement in order to receive funding from the DTIF.
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