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Advance Queensland Small Business Innovation Research

Issued by Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation

Invitation to Offer

Status: Closed
Mega Category: General goods and services
Number: DSITI87813
Released: Wed, 26 Jul 2017 at 3:26PM Brisbane, Queensland
Closed: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 at 2:00PM Brisbane, Queensland
UNSPSC: Fisheries operations - (33%)
UNSPSC 2: Distance learning systems - (33%)
UNSPSC 3: Environmental safety services - (34%)
Region/s: Cairns & Far North Queensland
Mount Isa & North West Region
The Central West
South West & Darling Downs
Mackay Whitsunday Region
Wide Bay Burnett
South East Queensland

Section 1

Tender Overview

Funding available to solve Queensland Government Challenges

Round 2 of the Advance Queensland Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) initiative is now open for applications.

The SBIR funds the research, development and testing of innovative solutions to specific challenges facing Queensland. The SBIR is a new way for government to do business. Rather than going to market seeking a specific product or service, the SBIR focuses on what the challenge is, and invites innovators to tell government how they think it could be solved.

There are four challenges to be solved as part of SBIR Round 2:

  1. Supporting Learning for Students with Disabilities in Rural and Remote Locations
    Challenge Owner: Department of Education and Training
  2. Affordable and Accessible Point of Entry to Public Housing
    Challenge Owner: Department of Housing and Public Works
  3. Electronic, Automated Monitoring of Commercial Fishing Operations in Queensland
    Challenge Owner: Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
  4. Real-Time, Personal Monitoring of Dust at Queensland Underground Coal Mines
    Challenge Owner: Department of Natural Resources and Mines

Applicants can compete for:

  • A share in up to $250,000 for the Feasibility stage, to explore a proposed solution’s technical merit, feasibility and commercial potential.
  • A share in up to $500,000 for the Proof of Concept stage, to develop, prototype and pilot proposed solutions which have demonstrated their feasibility.

For more information about the challenges or to submit an application please go to advance.qld.gov.au/sbir.

More about tendering here

Section 2

Still need help? Contact Us

Other Contacts
users SBIR Contact
Type Technical
email SBIR@dsiti.qld.gov.au
users SBIR Contact
Type Technical
email SBIR@dsiti.qld.gov.au

Section 3

Here is the detail

If there are no documents listed in this section, please refer to Section 1 Tender Overview.