The i3 Project
Supports media innovators around Europe to have impact by addressing industry issues to Policy Makers.
Enables innovation by matchmaking different stakeholders and providing tools to assess innovation potential.
Facilitiates market deployment through investment readiness sessions and investor events.
Supporting European Media Innovators
To commercialise To fundraise To access leading events
Supporting Media Stakeholders
To impact future of media Commercialise R&D Meet other Stakeholders
Innovators Exhibiting at IBC2018
Four state-of-the-art media technology projects will exhibit at IBC 2018 with the i3 project. i3 offered technologies subsidized space for the duration of the show in order to support commercialization and market deployment opportunities.
Inviation to Investor Breakfast Brussels
A further round of Investor Breakfast meetings will take place in Brussels on Friday September 7, 2018. Open to all European media and convergence technologies at the right stage. Places can still be make available so do contact us. The focus is “connecting media technologies to specialist media investment.”
i3 Final Event & Network – Amsterdam
The i3 Final Event & Network is taking place in Amsterdam and coinciding with IBC. The event will review our project initiatives and will be an opportunity to network and hear about leading innovation in the sector.
Policy Recommendations Published
I3, in partnership with CSAs MediaRoad & Vital Media have consulted with the sector to identify the most pressing trends, challenges and opportunities facing European media stakeholders and present this whitepaper of recommendations to be considered in future financial frameworks …
i3’s 4 winning technologies at NAB 2018
The European Commission financed i3 project supported four NAB Competition winners at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. The prize enabled winning teams to find new connections and commercial opportunities…
Funded by the European Commission
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 688541