The Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund is a €500 million fund established under Project Ireland 2040 and is run by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation with administrative support from Enterprise Ireland.
There will be an Enterprise Ireland information session to officially launch the Call on 5 July 2019 at the University of Limerick. You can register your interest to attend the session on eventbrite.ie/Future Jobs Pillar 1 and DTIF Call 2 launch. Please see the relevant documents including the application form and guidelines for applicants here: DTIF: Call 2 – Documentation.
The deadline for applications is 18 September 2019 (3pm Irish time).
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please address them to Enterprise Ireland at DTIF@enterprise-ireland.com with the subject line ‘DTIF 2019 FAQ’. Queries will be answered at the information event and through the webinar process (follow the Department on Twitter for updates – @EnterInnov).
A webinar for applicants will be scheduled in JULY 2019 with materials (presentation and recording of Q&A session) available on the DTIF webpage thereafter: https://dbei.gov.ie/DTIF.
Success for CeADAR in Call 1 DTIF
In December 2018, ‘Blockchain in the Technology Product Supply Chain’ project led by Exertis Supply Chain Services (SCS) in collaboration with the Centre for Applied Data Analytics Research (CeADAR) and Dublin based software company, Sonalake was announced as one of 27 projects to be funded as part of the Irish Government’s €75 million Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF).
Please contact Edward.McDonnell@ucd.ie if you are interested in the development of a proposal.