BUTLER, looking for an additional partner
The BUTLER project currently active in the Seventh Framework programme of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities contributing to the creation of the European research area and to innovation (2007-2013) requires the participation of a new partner to carry out certain tasks within the project. Please note that the Seventh Framework programme offers part-funding not full-funding of research activities.
We have a vacancy in our consortium for a partner established in an EU Member State or FP7 Associated State, and having comprehensive expertise in the integration of Internet of Things technologies and conduct of end user trials.
The tasks involve the participation to the set up of a cross domain (horizontal) field trial based on the prototype of the BUTLER platform. The new partner will have to:
Implement a cross domain “Smart Life” field trial. The domains we are looking for include: health, home/office, transportation and shopping
Provide access to end users and have the ability and experience of conducting end user trials
Participate to the technology integration and software industrialization of BUTLER’s platform into a consistent and reliable field trial
One partner will be selected for funding in this competitive call, which will be preferably a SME or an organisation demonstrating plans for sustainable exploitation of BUTLER project achievements.
Information for the call:
Project acronym: BUTLER
Project grant agreement number: 287901
Project full name: uBiquitous, secUre inTernet-of-things with Location and contExt-awaRenes
13th 17th at 17:00 Brussels time; The Call is now closed and will not accept late proposals
Expected duration of participation in project: June 2013 to September 2014
Total EC funding for new partners: is up to 120 000 €
Call identifier: BUTLER open call
Language in which proposal should be submitted: English
Email address for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposal received in time: 30