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Lead Partner: European Regions Network for the Application of Communications Technology
With the DIGITAL REGIONS project, eight European regions are working together to address a common challenge: how to best adapt innovation policies to support the manufacturing sector as a result of the emergence of Industry 4.0 (I4.0). The main objective of the DIGITAL REGIONS partnership is to, by 2022, achieve a 15% increase of the number of SMEs from manufacturing sector cooperating with other innovation actors in the participant regions to implement I4.0 solutions as a result of improved innovation policies. “All partner regions have manufacturing as a smart specialisation priority. DIGITAL REGIONS partnership present the right mix of organisations regarding innovation value-chain, including public managing authorities, universities, I4.0 Centres of competence and business development intermediaries”, explains Jose Manuel San Emeterio, Project Leader.  Project partners will cooperate together and will propose measures to facilitate improved I4.0 policy cooperation between regions, increased SMEs participation and availability of I4.0 skills.  DIGITAL REGIONS aims to benefit all stakeholders in each region’s innovation ecosystem, i.e. innovation policy makers, SMEs that use I4.0 solutions, suppliers of I4.0 services, universities and innovation centres.   Are you interested in the project? Don’t hesitate to contact us! 
25/01/2021
OIR POSDRU Bucharest-Ilfov launched the "Report on public policies on the digitization of SMEs identified to be improved and examples of good local practice"
Type: Project
04/02/2021
The idea of crowdfunding Do you know, how to run a successful crowdfunding campaign? Crowdfunding is becoming a very popular solution for getting funds for so...
Type: Project
05/12/2016
The 2nd Capacity Building Seminar of the SKILLLS+ project took place on 29 November 2016 at Györ, Hungary
Type: Project
25/02/2021
Explore the Digital Innovation Ecosystems with the Policy Learning Platform in a webinar on 25 February from 10:30 to 12:00 CET.
Type: Platform
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