Innovation in time resilience, dissemination and application – feasibility

Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation, is working with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to invest up to £4.7 million in innovation projects that contribute to resilient time, frequency and synchronisation (TFS) and its dissemination and application.

The key areas for development are:

  • resilience
  • distribution
  • trust, assurance and security
  • integration and processing of signals

The aims of this competition are to:

  • support and enable business led innovation across the UK supply chain in resilient TFS for the development of products, services and end user applications
  • develop a TFS ecosystem and capability for relevant industries and critical national infrastructure
  • disrupt and create new markets, both in the UK and globally, to improve the provision of TFS

The innovation in time resilience, dissemination and application competition has two strands:

Strand 1: demonstrator – for projects undertaking late stage industrial research or experimental developmental projects.

Strand 2: feasibility (this strand) – for projects undertaking early stage feasibility studies.

Project costs should be between £50,000 to £250,000.

Closing Date – 01/06/2022 11:00am