Participation in the Program
Selected Third Parties will be supported during the development of their proposals by OneNet Consortium. A Mentoring Team (consisted by Consortium Partners) will assist the whole period of the development phase the funding proposals, providing support for technical/business issues. Selected Third Parties will receive from Consortium partners an initial briefing to discuss and focus the services to be developed during the development period. Selected Third Parties are able to contact the Mentoring Team on per-need basis on technical and business matters. The Mentoring Team will monitor on timely basis the progresses of the proposals in order to ensure the proper execution of the planned work.
The IP to the results are owed by either the OneNet Consortium partners or Third Parties that generate them. The IP to the OneNet infrastructures and services made available for Third Parties’ proposals will be exclusively owned by the respective OneNet Consortium Partners. Detailed IPR terms and conditions will be stated in the Contract Funding Agreement.
Unless otherwise required by law, as an innovator, the funded Third Party will be acting as (joint) data controller in respect to the personal data collected and processed for your service. This means that it will be liable for compliance with the applicable data protection laws.
Yes, the ownership of all material, documents or information created by the selected Third Parties, via the OneNet cascade funding, will remain with the selected Third Parties. Results are owned by the party that generates them. Intellectual Property Rights Policy will be stated in detail in the Contract Funding Agreement. Provisions concerning joint ownership of the results of the funding projects will also be outlined on the above document.
Will others (including the OneNet Consortium Partners) have access to the feedback I provide on the proposed services?
The answers provided in the FAQs are neither an agreement, nor a promise of any kind, and have no legal value. You should carefully review all terms and conditions of the Guide of Applicants before submitting your proposal.
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