DigiTeRRI aims at empowering three European traditional-industry regions (Styria in Austria, Région Grand-Est in France, and Värmland in Sweden) to maximize the opportunities of digitalization.
The project contributes to the co-creation of the framework and roadmap for allowing a responsible transition to self-sustaining, digitalized industrial R&I ecosystems.Through a series of workshops in each territory, DigiTeRRI
facilitates the collaboration and dialogue between business, academia, government and society ‒the quadruple helix ‒ to guarantee openness, democratic accountability and responsiveness.
Take a look at our video presentation of the DigiTeRRI project.
On September 24, 2020 took place the 1st presentation webinar of the DigiTeRRI project. More than thirty participants whom we thank very much: public authorities, business, civil society, academics – research PROGRAM
REMINDER Moderated by Jean Jacques Bernardini.
October 13 and 14, 2020. This show is aimed particularly at middle school girls in 4th year classes and high school girls in 2nd year classes and will allow them to explore some aspects of digital technology and to
discover robotics, technology and digital professions.
Despite the many obstacles put in our path by the Covid-19 global pandemic, we have begun holding workshops in full compliance with regulations and taking the utmost care to protect everyone involved from exposure to
the virus committed to moving forward…
As a consequence of the restrictions imposed all over Europe and the World due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are reassessing some of our project activities to adapt them to online format.
For this reason, we are reorganising and redesigning the planned events.As we find alternatives we will inform subscribers about new activities. Please stay tuned.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº 873010.
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