Call II for the Disruptive Technology Innovation Fund (DTIF) is now open.
The DTIF is a €500 million fund established by DBEI and administered through Enterprise Ireland with the over arching aim of supporting and funding technology collaborations that demonstrate technology-based disruptive innovation.
Collaborations must have at least 3 partners, including at least one SME and one other enterprise partner, and must be projects of scale with a minimum funding request from DTIF of €1.5 million over 3 years.
27 projects were approved under the first call in 2018 including a number of Cork based participants; Fourtheorem (Future Software Systems Architecture) and UCC (Cooperative energy trading system).
it@cork has developed a diverse membership base of +220 technology driven companies in the south west region including start-up, sme, service providers and MNC’s.
If your company is interested in participating in a DTIF collaboration please let us know. We will help connect you with technology companies and research centers where possible.
For further information on DTIF: https://dbei.gov.ie/en/Publications/Publication-files/Presentation-on-DTIF.pdf
Furthermore, there will be an information session to officially launch the Call on 5 July 2019 at the University of Limerick: