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DIH4Society

Hub information

EDIH Title

Digital Innovation Hub for a Smarter, Safer and more Sustainable Society (DIH4Society)

Geographical scope

Regional
North-West

Information

contact@dih4society.ro

Description

News: 

eDIH4Society launched the call for selecting the SMEs who will benefit from the services. Details & info are available: https://dih4society.ro/apel-imm/

Accelerating digital green transformation and innovation uptake across the economy and society is at the forefront of Europe’s growth agenda. Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) are one of the pillars to uphold this process and will help to consider the geographical (regional) dimension and thematic context to boost SME growth, citizen centered governance, jobs and investment. The COVID19 crisis has demonstrated the absolute necessity of having strong European digital ecosystems as key enablers to avoid disruption in value-chains. However, digitalization and digital transformation can only be efficient if digital ecosystems are strongly interlinked with their applied market sectors. Due to inertia and/or legacy, the manufacturing, public administration and health sectors are among the most challenging ones. The project Digital Innovation Hub for Society for a Smarter, Safer and more Sustainable Society comes to upscale the services that DIH4Society can deliver in the North-West Region of Romania and aims at fully integrating our initiative into the European network of hubs. The project focuses on two technological pillars, cybersecurity and smart robotics, while also building advanced digital competencies for digitalization and green digital transformation. Upon finalization, the project will have a profound, transformative impact on a regional level through the digital progression of 70 key stakeholders, public administration and health providers, and more than 400 SMEs from smart specialization sectors. DIH4Society will provide a European solution to a European challenge and will bring or embed digitalization in the practices of many organizations. In the long run the project will inspire a new generation of early adopters of technologies, new entrepreneurial initiatives of visionary companies and organizations that use cutting edge technologies at the core of their business models and will build the foundation for a citizen centered public service delivery.

Coordinator information

Contractual contact information

Andrei KELEMEN
+40722332796

Operational contact information

Andrei KELEMEN
+40722332796

Coordinator address

Str. Dorobantilor 57A, First Floor
400609 Cluj-Napoca
Romania

Coordinator Business name

CLUJ IT CLUSTER

Coordinator Legal name

Coordinator department

Department
ASOCIATIA CLUJ IT

Market and services

Technologies

Cybersecurity
5/5
Robotics
4/5
Artificial Intelligence & Decision support
3/5

Sectors

Üretim ve işleme
5/5
Kamu Yönetimi
5/5
Sağlık hizmeti
5/5
Akıllı şehir
4/5
Toplum Liderliğinde Yerel Kalkınma
3/5
Eğitim
3/5
Enerji
3/5

Services

Ecosystem building
5/5
Field trial
5/5
Finance
5/5
Innovation management
5/5
Knowledge transfer
5/5
Prototyping
4/5
Public sector innovation
5/5
Regional development
3/5
Smart Specialisation strategies
5/5
Sme Business Development
5/5
SME support
5/5
Technological innovation
4/5
Technology transfer
5/5
Vocational training
2/5

Beneficiaries

Contact Name Role Country Address Business Name Legal Name Participant Type Website
Vasile Topa Partner Romania Str memorandumului 28, 400114 Cluj napoca, Romania UTC HES http://www.utcluj.ro
Cristian Paul Dunca Partner Romania Petre ispirescu 15a, 420081 Bistrita, Romania CAMERA DE COMERT SI INDUSTRIE BISTRITA NASAUD OTH http://www.cciabn.ro
Anca Otilia Dodescu Partner Romania Universitatii str 1, 410087 Oradea, Romania UNIVERSITATEA DIN ORADEA HES http://www.uoradea.ro