|DIA restarts its travel across Europe to define and implement a transnational model of collaboration focused on cross-sectoral collaboration, improving the existing relationships and generate a stable open innovation and knowledge-technology transfer.
The aim is to define and implement a Joint Internationalisation Strategy on specific technology domains, products and services in the area of digital technologies for manufacturing and industry and finally to realize joint commercialisation initiatives.
With this purpose DIA has been at Hannover Messe, 1 – 5 April represented by POLE SCS ( Hall 6, Stand A45), the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology offering a full range of technical innovations from automation to supplier solutions. On this occasion it has the possibility to assist to the 2nd call of IoT4Industry, H2020 project offering 2 million of Euros to SMEs able to imagine the integration of IoT into PLC. DIA consortium strictly cooperates with iot4industry and its members are Ambassador clusters of iot4industry funding initiatives. Details :https://www.iot4industry.eu/innovation-vouchers
In March DIA joined #LetsCluster Summit that took place on March 25th to 27th 2019, at the Messe Congress in Graz (Austria). A program with more than 8 SideEvents, a HighTech Expo with the greats of the national and international micro- and nanoelectronic ecosystem and an outstanding B2B Matchmaking opportunity round up the immersive three-day program. The scope of #LetsCluster is to emphasize the strengths of the important flagship enterprises in the application fields of Smart Living, Smart Mobility, Health Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Cyber Security, Industry 4.0 and many more. DIA has been represented by Pole SCS, GAIA and Mesap Innovation Cluster, also part of the Silicon Europe Alliance – the European cluster alliance for innovative electronics & software Technologies.
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