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PiiA Analysis II

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Coordinator Stiftelsen Blue Institute
Funding from Vinnova SEK 1 500 000
Project duration October 2017 - April 2018
Status Completed
Venture Strategic innovation programme for process industrial IT and automation – PiiA

Purpose and goal

Research and analysis conducted by PiiA Analysis provides a basis for guiding and facilitating decisions for PiiA stakeholders. According to PiiA´s strategy, the aim of PiiA Analysis is to: map relevant actors in Sweden for PiiA identify trends relevant for calls and for development projects identify knowledge areas that drives important trends as well as knowledge gaps to be filled in order to meet trends

Expected results and effects

The activities within PiiA Analysis are conducted to achieve PiiA´s overall strategic goals. In particular, they contribute to a more competitive process industry and to more competitive IT and automation vendors in Sweden, and thus to national growth in business activities within PiiA´s area of interest. They also contribute to national attractiveness for investments and establishments , as well as increasing regional and national structural capital in the area.

Planned approach and implementation

Data collection has taken place in two processes. One is a desk study with the collection and processing of quantitative data as well as a review of existing knowledge. The other is through interviews with stakeholders, typically companies but also researchers and experts. The conversation constitutes a qualitative foundation that deepens the understanding of the area. The raw material in terms of quantitative and qualitative data has been prepared and analyzed both internally and externally, in interviews and discussions as well as validation rounds.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2017-03484

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