[57north-discuss] [57north-announce] 2017-03-14 Open Tuesday!
rmcw at allmail.net
Tue Mar 14 15:31:56 GMT 2017
On Tue, 14 Mar 2017, at 10:47, Dave Hibberd wrote:
> If you're coming in, feel free to reply and tell us all what you're
> planning to do.
I'll be in. Probably looking at the technical side of dismembering
people since hub has changed and ID been added since we last did that.
Might get as far as looking at what's needed to get the videowall to
actually work for Ed Mini Maker Faire - but I've been saying that for a
couple of months already and haven't gotten very far yet.
And for anyone who hasn't made it onto Bruce's apparently
randomly generated distribution list for these announcements:
techmeetup is tomorrow.
On Mon, 13 Mar 2017, at 17:30, Scharlau, Dr Bruce A. wrote:
> Hello all,
> Come join us on Wednesday, 15 March at 18:30 in foyer at the north end
> of the Meston Building.
> Katie Lynn Katie.Lyne at gov.scot will be talking about the CivTech
> "Win Government contracts? Start a business? Access to Public Sector
> The CivTech® pilot offers an unprecedented opportunity to engage with
> the public sector in a meaningful, effective and productive way by
> solving a Challenge, building a product, and developing a relationship
> with a major public sector organisation. It's a chance to build a
> business, and do some good along the way.
> CivTech® is your chance to...
> · Take a public sector Challenge and solve it in an innovative way
> · Secure a public sector client through a streamlined
> procurement process
> · Get paid to co-design and co-develop the new products: there's an
> Exploration Stage, an Accelerator Stage, then a further amount for the
> Commercialisation Stage (the amount dependent on the Challenge and the
> nature of the product)
> · Keep 100% of your IP
> · Keep 100% of your equity
> · Be part of a bold movement to drive daring and innovation into the
> public sector
> · Be part of a tech co-location and collaboration space helping to
> make Scotland a more prosperous, just, open and equal society - and
> along the way, make people's lives better."
Robert McWilliam rmcw at allmail.net www.ormiret.com
Apparently, three out of four people make up 75% of the population.
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