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Approved ITF Projects

2021/22

REF. NO. PROJECT TITLE HKPC'S ROLE APPROVED FUNDING
($M)
ITS/140/20FP Development on Testing Algorithms and Advanced Development Toolkits for Smart Wearables and Hybrid/ Traditional Watches Lead applicant 3.2985
PRP/043/20AI Development of a V2X enabled Road Pavement Health Monitoring System with positioning enhancement for autonomous driving Implementation organization 1.904616
GSP/021/21 HKPC Pavilion at InnoCarnival 2021 Lead applicant 1.172519
ITT/002/21GP Trial: Development of Laser Polishing Technology for Eco-friendly, Cost-effective and Rapid Metal Surface Finishing Lead applicant 3.675816
ITP/021/21AP R&D of A.I. Enhanced Life Presence Detection System Based on Millimeter Wave Radar Technology Implementation organization 2.8
PRP/006/21AI Development of an Integrated Intelligent System for High value-added Critical Automotive Components MultiStage Manufacturing Implementation organization 4.72283
RFS/004/20 Setup of Smart Food Production Line for Central Kitchen Technical Consultant 0.77
GSP/001/21 Guidebook for Safety and Performance Standards for Professional Service Robots Lead applicant 0.7501568
PRP/003/21AI Development of Hybrid Electric Drum Driveline System for Concrete Mixer Trucks Implementation organization 2.665668
ITP/002/21AP Next Generation High Performance and Regenerative Brake-by-Wire System for Smart Electric Vehicles Implementation organization 2.515
ITP/020/21AP Development of In-House Severe Plastic Deformation (SPD) Process for Lightweight, High Strength, Ductile and Anti-Corrosion Iron-Based High Entropy Alloy Sheet (HEA) Implementation organization 2.39997
ITP/006/21AP Feasibility Study on Graphene Applications for Automotive Cabin Heating Implementation organization 1.995472
ITP/003/21AP Development of Integrated and High-Efficient SiC Dual-Mode Drive Control System for Electric Trucks Implementation organization 5.6
MHP/015/20 Study Key Technologies of Dim Small Defects Identification of Typical Power Grid Equipment Based on Few-shot Learning in the Federated Learning Framework Lead applicant 1.669864
  Sub-total: 35.9M

 

Total: $35.9M