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D7.4 – Dissemination and Exploitation Plan

D7.4 – Dissemination and Exploitation Plan

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D7.4 - Dissemination and Exploitation Plan

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Authors: SEZ

 

Abstract: The overall aim of the INEDIT project is to create an ecosystem to transform the DIY approach within FabLabs into a professional DIT approach. It will capitalise on the knowledge, creativity and ideas of design and engineering conceptualised by interdisciplinary stakeholders and sometimes even new actors. This aim is strongly supported by the horizontal Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation activities (Work Package 7), which ensure broad and specific activities informing, activating, and involving all relevant stakeholders.
To maximise the impacts of the project, ambitious dissemination and exploitation activities are being
implemented. These will be complemented by extensive community building activities to help create the
INEDIT ecosystem and ensure sustainability beyond the project end.
In particular, the INEDIT dissemination and exploitation activities will aim to:

  • Generate maximum awareness of the project outcomes to industrial stakeholders, makers,
    designers, governmental bodies, potential customers in addition to academics and research
    organizations
  • Broad and specific dissemination of scientific and technical project results to enhance the transfer
    of knowledge and facilitate exploitation
  • Manage and protect the consortium’s intellectual property (IP) including background and foreground
    as well as IP flows, minimizing the risk of patent, trademark or any IPR infringement
  • Catalyse effective exploitation of the project results by developing a tailor-made strategy for each
    commercial exploitable result
 

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