c) Potential impact through the development, dissemination and use of project results • They give no evidence that their solution has the potential to create the expected impact as described in the call text. • They do not try to quantify the impact. • They have not tried to give any targeted cost of market share figures. • They do not compare to the competitions. • They do not give any figures for market size. • They only give statements that they will exploit but they give no details and no exploitation plan. • They provide standard institutional profile or generic statements on exploitation philosophy rather than elaborated exploitation plans of industrial partners and limited industrial participation casts doubt on real industrial commitment.
127 • There is no identification of exploitable project results for which meaningful exploitation plans could be developed. • The dissemination plan is very generic. • Intellectual property is not addressed at all (i.e. how to protect/manage/share IP generated in the project, monitoring of the worldwide evolution of IPR). • The project is heavily based around the evolution of standards and IP is not discussed.