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SCIMIA is a dedicated project led by Staffordshire University driving research and innovation through collaborative knowledge exchange between the university and Staffordshire LEP SMEs to develop innovative solutions for the intelligent mobility market.
Each SME partnership will receive up to 12 months of support from the Staffordshire University to develop new to company and/or new to market product or service.
Defined as the smarter, greener and more efﬁcient movement of people and goods around the world, Intelligent Mobility is a sector of the wider transport industry which is predicted to be worth around £900 billion a year by 2025 (Transport Systems Catapult).
New and innovative solutions have a potential to:
Intelligent mobility is an exciting market where a key to opportunities are identiﬁed as the interconnections made through a range of industries and technologies including:
The project will deliver up to 12 months of support to 45 eligible SMEs beneﬁting from:
This programme is open to all Staffordshire Local Enterpriser Partnership SMEs who operate primarily on a B2B basis. The tailored support provides a fully funded route towards innovative transformation for businesses who may not currently have the resources or knowledge to develop innovative products or services. Eligible businesses must have the ability to support and host a student placement or graduate intern and be identiﬁed as eligible under the project’s approved state aid schemes.
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