We will accept applications for any technology idea, however we are particularly interested in hearing from entrepreneurs who have ideas in the following technology areas.
The Internet of Things is the concept of connecting any device, physical object, or even living being to the internet.
One popular use for IoT is within transport networks and smart cities but in reality the applications for this technology are virtually endless.
3D printing will change manufacturing as we know it and has multiple applications across industry. For prototyping or rapid manufacturing of consumer products, companies within industries such as aviation, automotive, sports, space, food, healthcare are already benefiting from this technology.
Blockchain is a secure method for exchanging assets over the internet and has multiple applications.
These include smart contracts and property assets management, to patient health records and proof of ownership for digital content.
Online applications open
Start 1st year Incubation
Please apply anyway. We welcome ideas from all technology areas.
Yes. This is a short and intense program and you are required to participate in every session.
The workshops all take place on Saturdays typically from 10am-8pm. There is an introductory session on Friday 20th October from 3-8pm which you must attend.
The pitch will take place on Monday 27th November 10am-4pm
Yes. You will need to arrange time off for the pitch on Monday 27th November. Otherwise, all sessions will take place on the weekend or evenings.
The Startup track will begin from 1st December 2017.
Yes. Digital Incubation Center only accepts applications from entrepreneurs with technology ideas.