News story: Game-changing ideas for civil aerospace: apply for funding

first_imgFind out more about the ATI and its strategy. fast-track collaborative research and development projects longer collaborative research and development projects the competition opens on 24 September 2018, and the deadline for expressions of interest is midday on 5 December 2018 projects that meet the quality threshold will be invited to make a full funding application a business must lead the project, working with other businesses or research organisations we expect projects to range in size from £425,000 to £1.5 million and to last up to 3 years businesses could attract up to 50% of their project costs you will need to sign up to the ATI framework agreement to be eligible to apply you can register for a briefing event in London on 2 October 2018 to find out more about the competition and how to make a successful application the competition opens on 24 September 2018, and the deadline for expressions of interest is midday on 5 December 2018 projects that meet the quality threshold will be invited to make a full funding application an SME can lead a project, working with other businesses or research organisations we expect projects to range in size from £425,000 to £1 million and to last between 1 and 2 years businesses could attract up to 50% of their project costs you will need to sign up to the ATI framework agreement to be eligible to apply you can register for a briefing event in London on 2 October 2018 to find out more about the competition and how to make a successful application Fast-track competition information A further competition for feasibility studies will be run in 2019. The £8 million will be shared across the 3 competitions.All projects must be in line with the UK aerospace technology strategy, Raising Ambition. This strategy is supported by an annual investment of £150 million by the UK government in research and technology development. Find out more about the longer-term competition and apply. Find out more about the fast-track competition and apply. Sign up for Innovate UK’s newsletter to find out about new funding opportunities, including the feasibilities studies competition. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, working through the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and Innovate UK, has a total of £8 million to develop world-leading civil aerospace technologies.Organisations can now submit their interest in 2 competitions. These are for: how to enable single crew operations machines and electronics that allow for more electric aircraft supporting the next generation of materials and processes preliminary design and trade tools for future aircraft and systems Fast-track collaborative research and developmentExploit technology within 3 to 5 yearsThe first competition is for fast-track R&D projects that could be exploited within 3 to 5 years.Projects could look at: Competition information sensing for harsh environments and integrated vehicle health monitoring coping with extreme conditions creating secure, smart, connected and efficient sub-systems technologies to improve factory efficiency Collaborative research and developmentLonger-term returnsThe second competition is for longer-term collaborations, the results of which could be exploited in 5 years or more.Themes include:last_img

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