Smart Technology Solution to Help Scale Up Cycling in Dublin

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08/04/2016

Seeking smart, innovative and low cost solutions to increase the number of people cycling in Dublin.

Apply now for the Challenge

The SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) Challenge is a joint initiative between Smart Dublin and Enterprise Ireland and is open for applications from 8th March until 3rdMay 2016. Successful applicants will be selected by an open competition process run in two phases. The competition is open to any organisation, developers of ICT and software solution providers, universities and service providers.

There are a number of sources of data that may inform your cycle solutions.  You can search for cycle data on Dublinked, also visit www.nationaltransport.ie andwww.dublincitycycling.ie  for more information.

There was an information session for potential entrants in Enterprise Ireland on the 23rd of  March. Here are the presentations:

 

 

 

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