Digital Technologies

Breakthrough tech & digital concepts to solve tomorrow’s problems

Smart healthcare, personalized health, assisted living, autonomous driving, circular economies in smart cities, preventive maintenance, and life cycle support all rely on increasing complex data information systems, collecting and analyzing data from a huge number of sensor devices that are connected through various wired and wireless Internet of Things (IoT) systems. New technologies such as 5G, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, and Edge Computing will evolve, requiring more powerful, more complex, but also less-power-consuming and highly integrated electronic devices. This is typically the domain where technology providers can excel.

Regardless of whether your company provides ASIC designs, supplies design tools, develops software, integrates embedded systems, or offers assembly services, as long as you position your company in the micro-/nano-electronics value-chain, DSP Valley’s Digital Technology Programme will support your business.

Partnerships

Silicon Europe Alliance

The Silicon Europe Alliance unites European clusters in the semiconductor and embedded systems domain. These clusters have access to the most advanced technologies and expertise in all fields of the electronics and software value chain.
 

The European electronics and digitization clusters that are part of Silicon Europe collaborate to represent, support and promote the companies and organizations of their regional business networks at European and global levels. Silicon Europe acts as an intermediary between all the relevant partners from research and academia, public authorities and industry.

Projects

SmartEEs

SmartEEs is a European project funded by the European Union´s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme. The aim is to help the European Industry reinforce its competitive advantage by providing acceleration support to Innovative Companies for integration of Flexible and Wearable Electronics Technologies.

Flexlines

Flexlines wants to develop and coordinate the individual links in the value chain – processes and infrastructure for design and production. The aim of this project is to build a state-of-the-art but stable pilot line and then set up a ‘one-stop-shop’ for the realization of Flexible Electronics prototypes.

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