EaP+ 5th RDI webinar: Success story on developing Industry 4.0 in Ukraine
Engaging in Academia - Industry collaboration: Success story on developing Industry 4.0 in Ukraine
- February 5, 2019
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Post Date: Jan 7, 2019
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Are you a researcher or a project manager working in research, development and innovation projets? Do you want to increase the impact of your research? Investigate new collaborative innovation project opportunities? Or find out how to approach potential European partners and attract funding?
The EaP+ RDI-related webinar series is exactly what you're looking for!
This time, we are happy to invite you to attend the 5th webinar of this series: "Engaging in Academia - Industry collaboration: Success story on developing Industry 4.0 in Ukraine", on the 5th of February 2019 from 10.00 – 11.15 AM CET.
If you would like to find out more about how it was possible to boost various stakeholders to collaborate together and bring more innovation to Ukraine, and possibly utilise the lessons learnt to implement it in your own EaP country, please REGISTER NOW on Eventbrite! Registration is obligatory.
This webinar will be held by Alexandre Yurchak, the CEO of Association of Industrial Automation of Ukraine and will focus on a success story implemented in one of the EaP countries, Ukraine, where the Association of Industrial Automation of Ukraine has developed its own concept of Center 4.0, similar to that of Digital Innovation Hubs but more specified to local environment in Ukraine.
The Association of Industrial Automation of Ukraine is a cofounder of the national «Industry 4.0 in Ukraine» initiative. This initiative is an integrated platform for uniting business associations, groups and players on the ITC, APCS, engineering and machine building markets, scientists and educators with the purpose of accelerated development of Ukrainian industries with high added value. By the end of 2018 it grew by more than 100 members, and three Centers 4.0 have launched.
Please find the agenda below.