The Industrial Digital Movement

Reference number
Coordinator Teknikföretagens Service i Sverige AB - Teknikföretagens Service i Sverige AB, STOCKHOLM
Funding from Vinnova SEK 15 000 000
Project duration November 2018 - March 2021
Status Ongoing
Venture Digital infrastructure and cyber security

Purpose and goal

Sweden is one of the most competitive countries when it comes to exporting goods. But the industrial digitalisation is challenging qualifications for everyone involved. Therefore, the industry needs to rapidly create an efficient digital infrastructure and an ability to compete on a global digital market. The project goal is to clarify a limited need of digital value chains, platforms and digital markets; and then dissemination of results and demonstrations among decision makers and companies, especially small and mid-size companies.

Expected results and effects

Long-term effects (5-10 years) of The Industrial Digital Movement are a greatly enhanced competitiveness of the Swedish manufacturing and processing industries (especially SMEs) through more effective integration with global digital markets. Short-term effects (2-5 years) of The Industrial Digital Movement are greatly enhanced understanding of the potential of digital transformation and integration of Swedish industry with the global digital market. The project will explain the benefits of digital infrastructure for Swedish companies and society´s decision makers.

Planned approach and implementation

The project is a collaboration between Production2030 and PiiA, with the aim of creating digital collaboration between a wide range of companies in different industries, primary manufacturing (WP 1) and process industry (WP 2). The WP3 brings the work from WP1 and WP2 together to a shared storytelling package, proof of concept, communication and dissemination of results. WP4 includes project management and reporting.

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Last updated 23 October 2020

Reference number 2018-04503

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