As part of the Carpe Digem Interreg project, a round table on the new approach Innovation as a Service (IaaS) was held on 26 November. The event was moderated by assistant professor Emilia Stojmenova Duh from University of Ljubljana (Faculty of electrical engineering) who also presented the role of 4PDIH in partnership with Association of Municipalities and towns of Slovenia (SOS) on supporting digital transformation of public sector.
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Our experts acquire concrete and extensive knowledge, which can be immediately implemented in further work.Lea ŠmigocTelekom Slovenije d.d.
We did not achieve a significant added value with the first series of children's chairs. LTFE and Makerlab engineers have added sensors, communication, and application to help us develop our first digital product.Matej KoširRimarket, Jurjevica
Our universal solution for measuring power consumption collects data from residential, commercial and industrial network systems. We are changing our research and development from an electrically-centric to ICT & electrically focused digital solution. The help of the LTFE team as our "think tank" and development team is invaluable.Marko MišmašIskra Emeco, Kranj
On 4th of November, as part of the Interreg project Carpe Digem, a webinar on digital innovation and the evolution of tourism in the challenging times of COVID-19 took place.
DigiFed offers grants of up to € 55k as well as technical and business support to start-ups, SMEs or Mid-Caps for the development of smart applications in Europe.
At Laboratory for Telecommunications, we are looking for a researcher joining our team to work on digitalization and smart digital transformation in rural and urban areas. Within domestic and international projects, we research and develop various solutions to solve real problems in the communities.
With the objective of presenting partner’s digital innovation ecosystems (DIGEM) and considering their place within the broader context, with particular attention given to digital innovation ecosystems, smart villages and digital transformation, an international online seminar was organized on 28th of May.
One of the most important goals of Interreg Europe projects is to create simulative environments for sharing solutions and good practices, with an aim to improve strategies for citizens and communities as a whole.