|Research leader:||Sadovský Petr|
|Team leaders:||Zemčík Pavel|
|Team members:||Raida Zbyněk|
|Agency:||Commissariat a l'Énergie Atomique - Horizon 2020|
economy of South Moravia (Czech Republic) is highly dependent on
manufacturing activities. The regional economy consists predominantly
of SMEs, mostly in the traditional sectors of mechanical engineering
and electrical engineering. Many of SMEs face difficulty in absorbing
the know-how required for identification and implementation of the most
suitable IT solutions for the production processes.
The project DIGIMAT aims to verify the most suitable and sustainable
regional system which will facilitate the access of regional
manufacturing SMEs to the expertise and know-how. Thus, allowing SMEs to
maintain and strengthen their position regionally, nationally
overall objective of the DIGIMAT is to elaborate a feasibility study of
RDMI Hub in the area of robotics and IoT in the South Moravia.
The feasibility study will address 3 specific objectives - assessment
of regional innovation ecosystem in the area of robotics and IoT,
verification of the most suitable institutional arrangement of the
future RDMI-hub and preparation of the sustainable business
model of the RDMI-hub.
The consortium is composed of 4 partners -
South Moravian Innovation Centre (JIC), Brno University of Technology (BUT),
INTEMAC Solutions and Cluster INDUSTRY 4.0. The partners
represent well balanced composition allowing further development of the
RDMI-hub. JIC represents a regional platform for networking,
acceleration and incubation activities with strong outreach
to many regional stakeholders and manufacturing companies. Brno
University of Technology and INTEMAC Solutions will provide necessary
technological platforms, equipment and expertise. Cluster will play a
role of intermediary between its members and RDMI-hub.