We don't just build technologies, we create and accomplish Missions. We do this by partnering with Mission Partners in various ways:
This form of partnership generally occurs when the Mission objective originates from a partner's need or paint point. In this scenario, Trillium will work with the partner to define a set of Mission objectives, budget, and development roadmap. If necessary, Trillium may contribute it's own technologies, expertise, and/or Partner Network to help accomplish the Mission goals.
While we focus our systems development in the domains of ocean, space, and climate change our expertise built in these areas also allows us to accept contracting partnerships across a broad scope related to innovation: Health, Insurance, Entrepreneurship, Finance, etc.
Once a Mission objective for a Trillium system has been identified, the next step is to begin identifying key Mission Partners. These Mission Partners typically have the same or similar Mission objectives as our own and thus a partnership is formed in which there may be an exchange of IP, financial resources, know-how, or extended partnership relations.
A common example of this type of partnership is one in which a technology provider and/or a PR agency form a partnership with Trillium to demonstrate how their products are used in one of the Trillium Missions.