This phase aims to verify and compare the full feature set and performance of different solutions in real-life operational conditions of the targeted public service.
It is expected that the combined budget for this phase will be 850,500 Euros. This is 40% of the total budget for the PCP Research and Development contracts. Phase C is expected to take a year and a half with no more than two solutions progressing to this phase depending on their results from Phase B. At the conclusion of the Research and Development pilots the IPR and any prototypes will remain the property of the companies involved.