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Oxford Innovation Space Incubator looking to support space data solutions for marine applications

The Oxford Innovation Space Incubator is a growing community of over 100 entrepreneurs and technical experts interested in space technology and downstream space applications.

The OI Space Incubator is looking for UK-based SMEs with well thought through innovative ideas for commercial products and services that exploit space data, technologies or capabilities. Oxford Innovation and our partners are particularly keen on solutions for marine, aerospace , transport , health, clean growth, gaming, agri-tech and urban futures, but ideas for any sector are welcome.

Work can have already commenced on developing the idea as the OISI will provide support for any stage of the innovation and commercialisation process. It is not a requirement for that the product or service is launched to the market by the OISI end date of June 2020.

If you have questions about your project, please contact OISpace@oxin.co.uk.

It is a condition of eligibility that each project is represented at six days of mandatory workshops, which will be held at the BASE Innovation Centre in Bordon, Hampshire, GU35 0FX.

* Innovation workshops: 7th - 9th January 2020
* Launch readiness workshops: 18th - 20th February 2020

We will provide lunch and refreshments at the workshops but do not contribute towards travel or accommodation expenses.

The OI Space Incubator Cohort 2019/20 will benefit from an intensive incubation programme of support.

To find out more please visit:

https://www.oispace.co.uk/oi-space-incubator-comprehensive-programme/

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Posted 2019-11-07 18:24:47

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