Address the following domains
What’s in it for you*
* Please note that the catalogue of data related services and business support activities may be subject to change according to projects’ needs and based on consortium decision
DAPSI offers a total of EUR 5,6M in equity-free funding in three open calls to internet innovators to develop technology solutions and services in the Data Portability field. You will participate in a 2-stage programme. Each selected project can receive a cash investment up to €150.000*, tailored technical and business resources, access to top infrastructure and much more!
Participate in a highly qualified ecosystem to develop and validate a Data Portability technology solution and/or service.
Around 15 projects will be funded and supported in the first open call, with up to €150,000* (€100k* at the Kick-start phase + additional €50k* for the Booster phase) for the best use cases.
During the programme DAPSI consortium will provide the logic and vision, the necessary technical support, as well as coaching and mentoring to the participants, where only the best ones will progress to the Booster phase.
* Depending on the applicant typology. This amount will be limited in the case of individuals applying as natural persons.
Open call: Hassle-free application experience, to express your experience, interests and ideas.
Period of time: From 20 February 2020 to 22 April 2020 at 12:00 (noon) CEST
WHO MAY APPLY?
one or more individuals (team)
established in any eligible country (See Guidelines for applicants, section 2.2). This does not consider the country of origin but the residence permit.
Any combination of the previous
Individuals, universities, research centres, NGOs, foundations, micro, small and medium-sized enterprises working on internet or/and other related technologies are eligible. Only large enterprises are excluded to participate (see definition of SME according to the Commission Recommendation 2003/361/EC).
It is highly recommended to use Free and Open Source Licenses (i.e. Open Source Hardware and Free and Open Source Software) and Open Standards. If not, it should be duly justified.
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