This brochure provides a quick overview on Digital Innovation Hubs, one of the key pillars of the European Commission's Initiative for Digitising European Industry.
Technologies & Systems for Digitising Industry (Unit A.2)
We have always considered technology as a disruptor of our economies and societies. However, as we reach the end of a turbulent year, it is clear that technology has been one of the few stabilising forces. Indeed, we found that many of our problems had technological solutions. AI was one such solution, and the uptake of AI grew rapidly both in research and the industrial sector.
This workshop aims to discuss good practices and ideas for concrete digitalisation actions with long-term impact for the digitalisation of the European economy, at scale.
This Report examines the state of the art of copyright and patent protection in Europe for AI-assisted outputs in general and in three priority domains: science (in particular meteorology), media (journalism), and pharmaceutical research. “AI-assisted outputs” are meant as including productions or applications generated by or with the assistance of AI systems, tools or techniques.
This webinar aimed to discuss the current state of play in Data Spaces for Manufacturing. Experts, companies, and business associations were invited to join the discussion and give their views.
On 9 October 2020, over 1400 viewers followed the 2nd European AI Alliance Assembly live.
This live webinar aims to deepen the design and setup of European Manufacturing data spaces that focus on predictive maintenance activities. Experts, companies, and business associations are invited to join the discussion and bring their views to the process.
European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs) are selected through a two-step process. First Member and Associated States preselect candidate entities, which will then be eligible to participate to a European call.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission has developed a draft practical handbook to share good practices on investments in Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH). Interested parties can provide their feedback for the finalisation of the document by 15 May 2020.
This live webinar aimed to take the design and setup of European Manufacturing data spaces a step forward. Experts, companies, and business associations were invited to join the discussion and bring their views to the process.
Together with Member States, the European Commission is shaping a dynamic network of Digital Innovation Hubs that will further evolve in the frame of the Digital Europe Programme. We give you an overview of the discussions that are currently guiding the initiative.
Digital Innovation Hubs are putting digital technology to work on real-world problems. On 25 March they exchanged ideas on how to swiftly help with the consequences of the COVID-19 crisis.
Join the online info session on 18 November to learn everything about the ICT-38-2020 call on "Artificial intelligence for Manufacturing" and how to apply for it.
The European Commission has published a draft document to prepare the implementation of European Digital Innovation Hubs in the Digital Europe Programme and is seeking feedback.
Project experts met in a workshop held in Brussels on 22 October 2019 to discuss how their project results could contribute to common European data spaces for Smart Manufacturing.
Experts, companies, business associations and public authorities met in a workshop to discuss the challenges of common European data spaces for Smart Manufacturing.
EFFRA, BDVA, euRobotics, and the European Commission hosted a workshop to draw attention to the importance of integrating AI technologies and AI-based solutions into the manufacturing domain, while addressing the challenges and barriers to meet the specific needs of this sector.