Our hub pro_digital is a candidate European Digital Innovation Hub (EDIH), invited to the second stage of the EDIH call by the European Commission (DG CNECT) of the Digital Europe Programme.
You can find the description of the EDIH pro_digital listed in the Catalogue of candidate EDIHs.
Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau (THW) –coordinator-
Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU)
Companies, especially SMEs and midcaps (SMEs)
Public services (GO).
EDIH four services: Test before invest, skills and training, support to find investments, innovation ecosystem and networking.
EDIH five focus areas: Artificial Intelligence, Advanced Digital Skills, Cybersecurity and Trust, Supercomputing, Ensuring the wide use of digital technologies across the economy and the society.
Sectors: all sectors.
Our EDIH Main Objectives:
Enhance the digitalisation processes and digital transformation for / in SMEs, midcaps and the public sector;
Support the green development of innovation in the regional ecosystem through advanced approaches in knowledge and technology transfer, in line with the European Green Deal goals;
Increasing the competitiveness and visibility of the regional ecosystem at European level.
Establishing a one-stop shop for the actors of the local ecosystem to access knowledge and technology for the digitisation and digital transformation of their business (SMEs) and services (GO);
Applying the established qualification model developed by the consortium, the “Learning, Training, Assistance“ (LTA) to set up new and consolidate knowledge and technology transfer instruments characterised by a high degree of digitalisation (e.g. web-based innovation radars, digital workshop offerings, virtual test fields & environments);
Adapting and combining new knowledge and technology transfer instruments with existing (and continuously enhanced) instruments: testbed, showroom, workshops, makerspaces, conferences, co-working spaces, fab labs;
Monitoring the effectiveness of the transfer instruments applied as well as the Digital Transformation processes.
Maturity stage: high.
The consortium has a long and consolidated experience in knowledge and technology transfer to SMEs. Current and previous expertise has been gained through national funded projects such as the Mittelstand 4.0-Kompetenzzentrum Cottbus (funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, this is a competence center for the SMEs), the Innovation Hub 13 (funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research), and the the Digital Innovation Hub “Innovation Center Modern Industry Brandenburg” (DIH IMI).
What we are looking for:
EDIHs who are
interested in establishing collaborations and providing joint services;
interested in addressing similar target audiences (SMEs and GOs);
located in European regions with a similar profile to the region of Brandenburg;
with similar and/or complementary expertise.
Please get in touch with:
Markus Vossel, mvossel(at)th-wildau.de, Team Leader, Research Service, Center for Research and Transfer
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Berger, ulrich.berger(at)b-tu.de, Chair of Automation Technology
Grit Rehe, rehe(at)b-tu.de, Coordinator of the Mittelstand 4.0-Competence Center Cottbus
Get to know our EDIH
If you are interested in our EDIH and want to collaborate, please feel free to get in contact with us!