Analysis for Innovators Briefing Event

This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 12th Jan 2017

Come and hear about a new £6.5m competition and very different approach to Innovate UK funding programmes!
Analysis for Innovators is a new funding programme that targets competitiveness and productivity head on, by offering cutting edge R&D, expertise and facilities to UK companies that want to solve an analysis or measurement problem from within their existing business.
This could be an issue of precision or accuracy of measurement on a production line for example, which you have been unable to solve using standard available technologies and techniques.
Since this is addressing real problems you have with existing processes in your business, we believe it will be of interest to companies that previously didn’t consider applying for R&D funding. Any size business with any type of measurement or analysis problem are able to apply.
Innovate UK have partners on this programme - NPL, STFC, NEL & LGC - who run some of the most advanced cutting edge facilities, techniques and technologies available in the world, here in the UK. They will be making these available to successful applicants to A4I to do R&D to solve analysis and measurement problems. Innovate UK expect the programme to particularly appeal to manufacturing companies, especially those involved in complex supply chains, but companies applying may be from any sector.
A4I will be run as a two stage scheme, and at the first stage, we are not requiring you to describe the project that you want to do; instead you will need to describe the problem, its nature, any techniques you have already tried and the value to your business of solving it.
This is a very different approach and means that a very different application process will be necessary.
 
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Cost: Free of Charge


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