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Last Mile Delivery & Workplace Smart Mobility Hub SBIRs Briefing Session, May 2018

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Project leads from Dublin and Belfast City Councils introduce the Last Mile Delivery Challenge
Project lead from Dublin City Council introduces the Workplace Smart Mobility Hub Challenge
Enterprise Ireland introduces the SBIR process

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Last Mile Delivery & Workplace Smart Mobility Hub SBIRs Briefing Session, May 2018

  1. 1. SBIR Briefing Session May 15th 2018
  2. 2. Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Ireland Focus on Funding Presentation Marguerite Bourke SBIR Ireland 15th May 2018
  3. 3. What is Small Business Innovation Research? • A global innovative pre-commercial procurement initiative • Drives innovation across Public sector via robust engagement with technology rich companies • Helps the Public Sector address challenges -Using Innovation to achieve step function improvement -Sourcing external solutions to address ‘unmet needs’ • Accelerates technology commercialisation • Supports the development of innovative companies -Providing a lead customer/R&D customer
  4. 4. SBIR: Ireland & Globally • Established in UK, US & Netherlands – Strong adoption • Embedded in the National Action Plan for Jobs – Section Innovation • Tasked to identify a pipeline of potential Small Business Innovation Research projects • €2m SBIR Ireland Fund • Thematic areas – Data Analytics, ICT & the Digital Economy, Smart Cities, Regional Collaboration
  5. 5. SBIR Key Features • Development contracts • 100% funded R&D – not grant! • SBIR Ireland operates under EU Pre-Commercial Procurement rules rather than state aid rules • Deliverable based rather than hours worked/costs incurred • Two phased process – feasibility study & prototype development • IP rests with Supplier • Co.'s own IP • Certain usage rights with Public Sector • Co.'s encouraged to exploit IP • Reporting • ‘Light touch’
  6. 6. Through SBIR, SMEs can: • Compete for each demand driven project in a transparent manner • Demonstrate a route to market for their solution (SBIR is particularly suited to small and medium-sized business, as contracts are of relatively low value and operate in short timescales). • Focus on specific identified needs, increasing the chance of exploitation as developments are 100% funded – it is not a government grant. • Retain the intellectual property generated from the project (with certain rights of use retained by the contracting department) • Use the reference site to provide credibility for fund raising
  7. 7. SBIR Ireland 2018 – Challenges Approved Public Sector Body Challenge Launch Date Dept. Public Expenditure & Reform Assisted Digital for eGovernment Services 1st May 2018 Cork City Council Enhancing Cleanliness of Cork City through Graffiti Removal 3rd April 2018 Office of Public Works Develop Intelligent Virtual Historic Dublin 18th May 2018 DLR Council & Waterford Council Bathing Water Quality Identification and Communication 26th April 2018 Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Council Facilitating Connections over Internet of Things 26th April 2018 Cavan County Council Enhancing Digital Experience in Cavan Museums 26th June 2018 Clare County Council Community Driven Solution to Improve Rural Transport 26th March 2018 Fingal County Council Smart Solutions to Engage Unheard Voices in Communities 26th April 2018 Smart Dublin Sustainable Deliveries: Redesigning the Delivery of Goods in Cities 26th April 2018 Smart Dublin Sustainable Transport: Improving Mobility in the City 26th April 2018 Limerick Council Liveability Improvement and Regeneration in Georgian Quarter September 2018
  8. 8. EI Clients on SBIR Challenges.. Company Challenge Authority Ambisense / Danalto Gully Monitoring Smart Dublin Skytango Illegal Dumping Smart Dublin Carezapp Protecting the Elderly Cork CoCo One Touch Connected Health Protecting the Elderly Cork CoCo Voxtake Passenger Feedback Cork Airport VisitorM Passenger Feedback Cork Airport Danalto Wildlife Dublin Airport Whitepark Eng. Wildlife Dublin Airport Commutable Wayfinding Grangegorman Also HPSU companies taking part in SBRI UK: https://t.co/TqHbqQcPQ5
  9. 9. Q&A Marguerite Bourke / PJ Mealiff sbirireland@enterprise-ireland.com http://www.sbirireland.ie/
  10. 10. Jamie Cudden Smart City Programme Manager
  11. 11. BIG TECH TRENDS:
  12. 12. WHAT IS SMART DUBLIN? IT IS AN INITIATIVE OF THE FOUR DUBLIN LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO ENGAGE WITH SMART TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS, RESEARCHERS AND CITIZENS TO SOLVE CHALLENGES AND IMPROVE CITY LIFE.
  13. 13. BIG CHALLENGES
  14. 14. BIG CHALLENGES
  15. 15. BIG CHALLENGES
  16. 16. BIG CHALLENGES
  17. 17. BIG CHALLENGES
  18. 18. BIG CHALLENGES
  19. 19. COLLABORATING WITH: Collaboration model
  20. 20. Cities need much better engagement with the market
  21. 21. Market research & dialogue Co- Innovation Partnerships Open Challenges Pre Commercial Engagement
  22. 22. NEW WAYS OF SOURCING INNOVATION Working in partnership with Enterprise Ireland through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) programme to find solutions for: CYCLING FLOODING WAYFINDING ILLEGAL DUMPING SOURCING LOW COST SCALEABLE SOLUTIONS – CHALLENGE BASED
  23. 23. Challenge #1
  24. 24. Phase 2: 4 contracts @ 25,000 Phase 1: 5 contracts @ 12,500
  25. 25. Auditing on the move Cyclists and Pedestrian Audits
  26. 26. BikeLook was one of the 30 startups selected (Sept – Nov 2017, Zurich) 1500 startups from all over the world applied!
  27. 27. PILOTING MULTIPLE LOW POWER SOLUTIONS
  28. 28. Colm Ennis Senior Engineer Dublin City Council
  29. 29. Deirdre Ferguson Smart City Consultant Belfast City Council
  30. 30. Chris Garde Smart City Planner
  31. 31. SBIR Mobility Challenge 2018 Smart Mobility Hub: Provide a MaaS solution within the workplace. Begin by changing the behaviour of City employees…
  32. 32. Smart Mobility Hub DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL HAS AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEAD BY EXAMPLE AND PROVIDE ITS STAFF DIFFERENT MOBILITY SOLUTIONS THAT ARE CONSUMED AS A SERVICE. BIKE & E-BIKES E-VEHICLES (CARS & VANS) RIDE-SHARING AN APP TO MANAGE BOOKING & UNLOCKING
  33. 33. STAFF MOBILITY HUB DCC
  34. 34. Thank you SMART DUBLIN Dublin City Council, Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland. W: www.SmartDublin.ie • E: info@smartdublin.ie
  35. 35. TIMINGS
  36. 36. Q&A
  37. 37. Briefing Session: 17th May
  38. 38. Briefing Session: 30th May
  39. 39. Briefing Session: 30th May
  40. 40. THANK YOU Jamie Cudden

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