Industry 4: transforming innovation ecosystem through better capacity of public enablers


January 2019 -
June 2021

Uncompleted

Policy area:
INNOVATION
1. Innovation 1.3 Non-tech innovation

InnoCAPE

The InnoCAPE project designs a cooperation model to develop a digital innovation ecosystem in the Baltic Sea region by exploiting the potential of the continuous digitalisation of value chains called Industry 4.0. The project helps public authorities create favourable conditions for digital innovation hubs (DIHs) that serve as intermediary bodies bringing together Research & Development and industry into digital industrial platforms. By bridging existing gaps, DIHs can efficiently implement Industry 4.0 policies, contribute to a better connected digital single market, and improve competitiveness of the region.

 

SUMMARY

 

The road of Digitalisation

The InnoCAPE project enhances the capacity of digital innovation hubs (DIHs) in the Baltic Sea region, which accelerate the implementation of digitalisation strategies and policies designed by public authorities. InnoCAPE brings together public authorities from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, Finland and Norway. They all act together to fill gaps in the existing knowledge on digital innovation hubs, to develop measures for their sustainability and to design and implement national digitalisation policies by using digital innovation hubs as public enablers.

Our plan

The project enables new partnerships among Baltic and Scandinavian organisations. Working together allows to make a better use of Horizon2020 funds with Baltic countries on board. A common digital maturity assessment tool helps to benchmark and identify areas of intervention for successful digitalisation. Exchanging good practices, mapping digitalisation competencies and piloting projects with support of enterprises narrows the digital environment gap between Baltics and Scandinavia. Moreover, such cooperation contributes to the implementation of the EUBSR strategy and its action plan.

Budgets

Total
€ 2.50
million
Erdf
€ 1.66
million
Eni + Russia
€ 0.00
million
Norway
€ 0.20
million

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CONTACTS

Project manager

Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park

Evelina Kutkaitytė

37 068 087 305

Legal representative

Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park

Laima Kauspadiene

37065676502

Financial manager

Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park

Evelina Kutkaityte

37 068 087 305

Communication manager

Sunrise Valley Science and Technology Park

Evelina Kutkaityte

37 068 087 305