Last date of application is June 1
IIIT Hyderabad’s Smart City Living Labs has partnered with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MietY) and the smart city mission to launch a smart city startup challenge.
Aiming to support and scale startups, the month-long programme will offer startups an opportunity to pitch to smart city technology multi-national corporations and smart city officials. The winner of the challenge will get an equity-free grant of Rs 10 lakh for further development.
The focus areas of the challenge include water, waste, safety and security, health and energy. Startups with solutions or products with smart city use cases can apply, especially tech startups working with products with smart city use cases, market-ready products with or without customers (revenue is desirable), expertise in commercially deploying the solution.
The last date to apply for the challenge is June 1. Interested candidates can visit https:martcityresearch.iiit.ac.in for more details.
“The Smart City Living Lab is an attempt to discover cutting-edge innovations with smart city use cases and enrich them with our knowledge from research. This startup challenge will help discover innovations to enable smart cities. The winning teams will get capital, network, and knowledge support.” said Ramesh Loganathan, professor co-innovation, at IIIT Hyderabad.
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