TDL Sprints are innovative integration technology projects which typically run from one to three months. Participants have access to an extensive support network, world-class expertise, as well as a possible funding award. Previous Sprints have been adopted by European projects, whilst others are extensively used in broader research. For further information about how to participate in a TDL Sprint, email email@example.com
In pursuance of its core objectives, TDL regularly makes funding awards for innovative short projects led by an SME or knowledge institute. TDL has been working on the operational implementation of an industry-driven ecosystem stimulating the development, promotion and acceptance of trustworthy ICT since 2009. The strategic research and innovation agenda (SRA) for trustworthy ICT for Europe includes the promotion and support of short projects to validate technology, interoperability and trustworthiness proofs of concept. The purpose of a sprint is to validate new, innovative and trustworthy ICT in very short project cycles of approximately three months with three project stages: design, execution, and dissemination. After a Sprint is completed, the results are immediately published to a broad audience.
On 24 May 2017, TDL held a workshop to propose and discuss plans for the next generation of sprints. The material from the meeting can be found here. If you or anyone you know would like to know more or get involved, contact the TDL Office, firstname.lastname@example.org.