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Maritime Technology Partnerships
Deadline for application:
Sat, 4 Jul. 2020
This is a business opportunity from an overseas buyer. Pitch for the business and explain how your company meets its requirements. A maritime organisation wants technology partners for collaboration and innovation on industry projects. It wants partners for projects to boost resilience in the maritime sector post-COVID-19.
The organisation is looking for:
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Cloud software
- Smart/remote technology
The technology should minimise human contact to enhance:
- Cost savings
- Workforce resilience
- Operations resilience
- Customer service resilience
Joint projects may be on, but not be limited to:
- Teleconsultation and medication for seafarers
- Enhanced customer services and minimal touchpoints at piers
- Solutions and standards development for remote ship inspection and surveys
You should be a UK company registered and operating in Singapore. There is funding support of 50% to 70% of the project costs available if you are eligible.
Opportunity closing date:
04 July 2020
Value of the contract:
To be confirmed
The buyer is happy to talk to:
Express your interest:
Express your interest to the Department for International Trade team in Singapore.
All submissions will be reviewed and you will be notified of any potential next steps. You can only express your interest if you are a UK registered company.
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