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Call For Proposals exercise closed on 09 April 2010
Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies (LSCM R&D Centre) is now inviting applications (Call For Proposals) for research and development projects in the following technology focus areas. Please note that the vetting criteria has recently updated. Please refer to here for details.
RFID Hardware and Systems
- Case-level and item-level tagging technologies
- Low-cost RFID tag and reader design and manufacturing for specific applications
- RFID Benchmarking testings and methodologies
- RFID systems for mobile applications
Networking and Infrastructure Technologies
- Enterprise e-logistics internetworking
- Infrastructure technologies for mobile and wireless communications
- On-demand service platforms technologies for logistics application software
Applications and Decision Support Technologies
- Cross-border logistics management
- Asset and personnel tracking in office, hospital, building & construction, Event & Exhibition environments, etc.
- Inter-enterprise integration
- Food and drug supply chain safety and quality management
- IT applications for fleet, barge and waterway logistics industries
- Retail, manufacturing and logistics operations
For application and submission procedures, please click here.
Deadline for Applications
The deadline for application is on 9 April 2010, 5:00 pm (Hong Kong Time).
Estimated Vetting Schedule:
|Deadline for application submission||9 Apr 2010|
|Centre prepares Observation forms for each proposal||12 Apr 2010 – 4 May 2010|
|Vetting by Expert Review Panel||22 Apr 2010 – 13 May 2010|
|Vetting by Technology Committee||4 Jun 2010 – 8 Jun 2010|
|Dr. David Leung||Ms. Elaine Yu|
|Tel: 2299 0587||Tel: 2299 0538|
|Fax: 2299 0552||Fax: 2299 0552|
|E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org||E-mail: email@example.com|
Note: The next LSCM Call-for-Proposals exercise is tentatively scheduled in May 2010.