Emerging Aviation Technology Partnerships Program – Applications Now Open
Applications for the Emerging Aviation Technology Partnerships Program are now open.
The program is designed to encourage and enable the development and deployment of emerging aviation technologies to enhance the competitiveness, efficiency and reliability of Australian aviation, including by expanding employment in the aviation sector; improving supply chain and market efficiency and improving connections with regional and remote, including Indigenous, communities.
With a focus on regional Australia, the program will support strategic partnerships with industry, using emerging aviation technology to address community needs.
Under the program, the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications will partner with industry to test emerging aviation technology through pilot projects across five focus areas:
- Digital farming
- Connecting regional communities
- Boosting regional supply chains
- Improving health outcomes for remote indigenous communities
- Manufacturing in emerging aviation technology
Applications will be assessed on a competitive basis against a number of selection criteria and the comparative merits of other applications.
Applications Close: 11:30pm AEDT on 31 March 2022
Program Guidelines: eatp-program-round-one-program-guidelines
Frequently Asked Questions: eatp-program-round-one-frequently-asked-questions
More Information: www.infrastructure.gov.au/eatp
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