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Expressions of Interest for e-Ranger project
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Thursday, 11 January 2018

 

Trentino Sviluppo from Italy, has launched a Call for Expressions of Interest for the e-Ranger Project, focusing on technologies/solutions to preserve protected natural areas.

The e-Ranger Project is looking for companies who can design and implement a sustainable prototype of an unmanned system for monitoring protected natural areas and creating forecasting models for protection and emergencies management. Full details can be found in the attached document.

The deadline for submissions is 19 January 2018; for further information, please contact attrazione.investimenti@trentinosviluppo.it.

Please feel free to share this opportunity with any of your companies and contacts who may be interested.

 

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