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A provisional list of end-users and stakeholders who will potential interact with the TTO including the following:

  • Practitioners in the rivers, deltas, estuaries and seas communities:
    • Businesses (e.g. SME – Small to Medium Enterprise and MNC – Multi National Companies where appropriate)
    • Marine Spatial Planners and river / coastal manager
    • Terrestrial planners, regulatory authorities, and public agencies responsible for the monitoring of systems and responding to development proposals
    • Organisations responsible for monitoring and regulating industries who routinely operate in river-sea systems
  • Scientists from across a wide range of disciplines (cross-disciplinary scientists):
    • Encouraging new member to use, or join, the infrastructure
    • Data produced and associated methods and tools being developed and tested will be both of interest and subject to validation by the respective scientific communities to ensure validity and robustness
    • Outputs from the project (e.g. scientific papers) will be subject to peer-review
  • Public audiences:
    • The wider public will be a target audience in terms of awareness of the roles and benefits of DANUBIUS-RI and the promotion of its public image (esteem)
    • Involvement of local communities in citizen science initiatives including data collection
  • Internal Stakeholders:
    • Inventor(s) – to determine the most appropriate vehicle to protect their invention
    • Business development specialists – based in the nodes and supersites to facilitate early identification, and realisation of, opportunities from their local scientific communities
    • Nodes/Supersites – as the host institute of the inventor could also benefit from the invention
    • Technology Transfer Office – where allowable could receive incentives based on successful realization of IP