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WS101 - Innovate & Elevate: unleashing manufacturing technologies for a resilient future
WS103 - Designing the Future: A Workshop on Circular Ecosystem Development
WS104 - Sector Specific Cybersecurity Professional Trainings: Achievements, Challenges, and the Way forward
WS105 - Transformation of the health care delivery through e/m Health services
WS106 - Towards individual's empowerment over own health data: The role of the European Electronic Health Record exchange Format
WS107 - Value Sensitive Design (VSD) for a new generation of Smart City projects
WS108 - Industry 5.0 Digital Transformation of Manufacturing SMEs, the role of I4MS2 and (E)DIH
WS109 - Smart, Efficient and Sustainable Energy Use
WS110 - The Voice of the User: Integrating Inclusion into Innovation Practices
WS111 - Shaping the Future of Healthcare: Setting up XpanDH's Community of Doers and Co-creators
WS112 - Synergizing Digital Technologies and Data for Advanced Manufacturing: Innovations, Challenges, and Future Directions
PS101 - From Prototype to Profit: Markert Uptake Workshop
PS102 - Current and Future Directions on Ethics and Gender Responsiveness in Digital Transformation: Vision and Mission of public and private sectors
PS103 - Cognitive Computing Continuum: Connecting 40 billion (IoT) devices with 200ZB of data (in the Cloud)
PS104 - Healthcare Professionals' Ability and Willingness to Collaborate with Generative AI in Clinical Decision Processes
PS105 - Digital approaches to achieve circular resilient and sustainable supply chains and Manufacturing as a Service Ecosystems
PS106 - Empowering Innovation: European Digital Innovation Hubs in Focus
PS107 - Empowering Health Professionals: Navigating Digital Skills in Modern Healthcare

WS101 - Innovate & Elevate: unleashing manufacturing technologies for a resilient future

This workshop aims to discuss the objectives of six pioneering projects - AGILEHAND, AIDEAS, R3GROUP, SMARTHANDLE, MASTERLY and HARTU - and share their unique journeys in the field of manufacturing technology. Each project will showcase its advancements in the development of advanced technologies, unmasking current trends and initiatives driving the manufacturing industry.

Topics:
  • Industrial Equipment Circular Economy
  • Reconfigurability
  • Soft-Products Grading and Handling
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderator:

WS103 - Designing the Future: A Workshop on Circular Ecosystem Development

At a time when sustainability is no longer a choice but a necessity, this workshop will focus on the development of circular economy value creation systems. The urgent need to move from a linear take-make-waste model to a more sustainable circular economy model is more evident than ever. We invite researchers and practitioners in sustainability, innovation and strategy to join us for this interactive workshop session.

Our research has identified a gap in the applicability of existing business ecosystem design methods to the development of circular ecosystems, prompting the creation of a novel process framework consisting of four stages: Vision, Configuration, Formation, and Operation. The workshop aims to provide insights on a state-of-the-art method to develop circular ecosystems and allows participants to apply their newly acquired knowledge on a real case study in the food packaging industry. At the same, by providing valuable feedback and engaging in moderated discussions, participants significantly support the validation and data collection on our current research on a circular business ecosystem development framework.

No explicit prior knowledge of the design of value creation structures or the circular economy is required to participate in this workshop. We welcome a variety of perspectives and participants regardless of their professional and academic background.

Topics:
  • Circular Economy
  • Circular Ecosystem
  • Circular Business Model Innovation
  • Sustainable Innovation
  • Digital Data Ecosystem
  • Digital Product Data
  • Digital Platform
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderators:

WS104 - Sector Specific Cybersecurity Professional Trainings: Achievements, Challenges, and the Way forward

The workshop aims to address critical aspects of cybersecurity training and certification to combat skills gaps across sectors. Throughout the workshop, we'll explore the European Cybersecurity Skills Framework (ECSF), discuss the importance of certifications, examine practical cybersecurity training tools, and engage in co-creation activities to design sector-specific training syllabi. Join us in this collaborative effort to enhance cybersecurity resilience across Europe.

Agenda:
  • Introduction - EU and international efforts, European Cybersecurity Skills Gaps, Sector-specific cybersecurity professional training needs.
  • Understanding the ECSF Framework - ECSF structure and key components, Benefits and applications of the ECSF in cybersecurity training, ECSF in sectoral training efforts, Human factors, cognitive characteristics and soft skills in the training process.
  • Cybersecurity certifications of professional trainings - European and International Efforts, EU Innovation Projects proposed certification scheme, Challenges and Needs for EU professional training certification, Open discussions: Empirical observations and experiences.
  • Tools for practical cybersecurity training - Assessment criteria for embedding tools in the training process, Cybersecurity tools used in the professional training process, Examples and Paradigms from CyberSecPro and NERO projects, Open discussion: Challenges and best practices.
  • Co-creation activity: Designing a practical sectoral training - Use cases from various cases (maritime, health, energy), Co-creation of syllabi, Q&A and workshop wrap-up.
Topics:
  • Cybersecurity
  • European Cybersecurity Skills Framework (ECSF)
  • Cybersecurity Workforce Development
  • Cybersecurity Training Design
  • Certification
  • Educational Schemes
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderators:

WS105 - Transformation of the health care delivery through e/m Health services

Digital technologies for prevention, diagnosis, follow up and treatment: Opportunities and challenges in the digital era

The workshop aims at presenting five active European projects, spanning across all areas of health care, from prevention and lifestyle to diagnosis, follow-up, treatment and care provision. The projects that will be discussed are funded under the HORIZON programme and include:

  • RETENTION - addressing heart failure monitoring
  • DIOPTRA - for colorectal cancer prevention and early diagnosis
  • TeleRehaB DSS - for remote rehabilitation of balance disorders
  • BioStreams - for childhood obesity prevention and follow up
  • PHOREVER
  • SMARTBEAR - for health monitoring in the elderly population

The objective is, starting with the progress and findings of these important RIA projects, to discuss the opportunities created by digital technologies for delivering better health care services to citizens, and highlight the challenges implicated in this process and the framework that is required to assure the minimisation of potential risks.

Topics:
  • Digital health services
  • Data analytics
  • Security
  • Privacy and ethics
  • Digital health services reimbursement models
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderators:

WS106 - Towards individual's empowerment over own health data: The role of the European Electronic Health Record exchange Format

The workshop aims to explore the significance of the European Health exchange Format (EEHRxF) as an essential conduit for health data exchange across Europe, underscoring its benefits for patients and their rights to access their health information. Divided into two distinct segments, the workshop will firstly delve into an introductory exploration of the European Health Data Space (EHDS), emphasizing the pivotal role of EEHRxF within this framework. This section will encompass an analysis of the associated ecosystem and methodologies for evaluating maturity levels in EEHRxF implementation. In addition, results of adoption efforts made around the EEHRxF in XpanDH will be presented and the audience will be invited to engage in an open exercise together to identify further efforts, main challenges and barriers. Secondly, the workshop will pivot towards a comprehensive discussion on mechanisms for ensuring secure health data sharing, particularly through the adoption of the xShare Yellow Button and how it will contribute to bring EHDS to reality. Also, the session will focus on results achieved within the xShare Adoption sites, particularly their business use cases, the requirements identified. An open exercise with the audience will also be operationalised to gather additional requirements. In the end, the results obtained will be wrapped up in order to extract concrete conclusions on what are the necessary steps for accelerating the EEHRxF adoption.

Agenda:
  • Part I: Xpanding EHRxF
    • The EHRxF as Building Block for the EHDS
    • How to progress with the implementation ecosystem
    • How to assess maturity and evolve
    • Bubbling around the format: results achieved
    • Open exercise: collecting further efforts, challenges and barriers
  • Part II: Enabling safe share of health data
    • The xShare Yellow button for Health data exchange
    • From vision to reality: Adoption sites and overall challenges, aims and requirements
    • Open exercise: confirming requirements and collecting new ones
Topics:
  • EEHRxF
  • Digital Health
  • EHDS
  • Health data exchange
  • xShare Yellow Button
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
  • Healthcare professionals and providers
  • Citizens/patients representatives
  • Health IT sector
Speakers:

WS107 - Value Sensitive Design (VSD) for a new generation of Smart City projects

New technologies present a promising opportunity for a deeper understanding of the urban environment, the challenges we face, and the translation of knowledge to a wider audience in European and world cities. Recently, solutions like digital twinning and a second generation of smart cities have gained new impetus. Implementing big data and AI-based solutions raises some questions: whether and how science and technology development can be more inclusive, more participative, socially sensitive, innovative and progressive. Underestimating social involvement when implementing new technologies may be a direct cause of the failure of smart city implementations and cause their broadly defined ineffectiveness and unprofitability.
During the workshop, we want to share our experience gained in various Horizon research projects in which we have been supporting the practical and socially sensitive implementation of digital tools in world cities. We want to capture how a combination of new technology and various social participation forms might resonate across diverse research and policy-making contexts, leveraging the project experiences in European urban settings.
As a result, the audience will understand the VSD approach in practice and the active involvement of communities in the design and implementation processes of new technologies. We will share knowledge about the latest methods of social participation and co-creation. We will discuss the difficulties of implementing smart city projects that ensure the involvement of local communities and thus increase the chances of successful implementation.

Agenda:
  • Presentation of Value Sensitive Design approach
  • Exercising VSD in practice with the audience
  • Multi Actor Approach and Citizen Science in digital twinning - a case study based on CREST project experience
  • Co-designing MAA and/or CS mini project assumption for a fictional implementation in a fictional urban location: active audience involvement
  • Brief summary: defining VSD project backbone
Topics:
  • Digital twinning
  • Multi actor approach
  • Citizen science
  • Social engagement
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderator:
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WS108 - Industry 5.0 Digital Transformation of Manufacturing SMEs, the role of I4MS2 and (E)DIH

How EU Horizon Europe I4MS2 and Digital Europe EDIH Programmes could support the Digital Transformation of Manufacturing SMEs towards human-centric, resilient and sustainable manufacturing industry (Industry 5.0)

Managing and governing the transition between Industry 4.0 and Industry 5.0 is one of the major challenges in the Strategic Research agendas of MiE (Made in Europe) and ADRA (AI Data Robotics) EU partnerships. Large multinational manufacturing enterprises have undertaken in the recent years huge investments to become more resilient to value chains perturbations, more circular and environmentally sustainable, and in the meantime paying a specific attention to user acceptance, wellbeing and decisional empowerment. SMEs usually cannot afford alone the costs of Industry 5.0, but also they lack the needed competencies for implementing the required digital transformations in terms of Products, Processes, Platforms and People skills. New Partnerships are therefore needed in order to meet SMEs expectations towards Industry 5.0 and to be able to monitor and assess the Performance indicators of human acceptance, resilience and sustainability. The EC has recently introduced the I4MS initiative in its Research & Innovation Programmes and the EDIHs network in Digital EU programme, in order to support manufacturing SMEs. The workshop aims to discuss the preliminary achievements towards I5.0 of both I4MS and EDIH in their first implementation period and to provide recommendations and guidelines for their successful completion in the current framework programme 2021-2027.

Agenda:
  • Introduction
  • The Point of View of I4MS in Horizon Europe with representatives from the AI REDGIO5.0, WASABI, CIRCULOOS and AIRISE Innovation Actions
  • The Point of View of EDIHs in Digital Europe with selected representatives of the EDIH4MANU network and of the DTA Thematic Working Group “Data Spaces for Manufacturing”
  • The Point of View of DIH Digital Storm Hub
  • Panel Discussion
Topics:
  • Digital Transformation
  • Manufacturing SMEs
  • Industry 5.0
  • Human-centric
  • Sustainable
  • Resilient EU Manufacturing Industry
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderator:
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WS109 - Smart, Efficient and Sustainable Energy Use

Exploring how FORTESIE, BuildON, Herit4Ages, CREATORS and Communitas Projects are promoting and piloting smart, efficient and sustainable energy use, with innovative technologies as the catalyst and with particular focus on the buildings' ecosystem.

Workshop to discuss the objectives, progress and findings of 5 pioneering projects - FORTESIE, BuildON, Herit4Ages, CREATORS and Communitas - and share their unique journeys in the field of smart, efficient and sustainable energy use. Each project will showcase its approach and advancements in the development of pioneer concepts. The workshop will be held in a single slot: each project will be presented, followed by a short Q&A session; a dedicated slot will be provided at the end of the projects' presentation to catalyze knowledge exchange and explore potential synergies/collaborations.

Topics:
  • Energy
  • Smart energy
  • Energy efficiency
  • Sustainability
  • Buildings
  • ICT
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderator:
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WS110 - The Voice of the User: Integrating Inclusion into Innovation Practices

User inclusion in innovation is increasingly the target of policy rhetoric at both organizational and societal levels. Extensive research has demonstrated the potential contribution that users can make, both at the "front end" of innovation with their ideas and insights and downstream, facilitating adoption and diffusion. However, translating this potential into practice remains problematic, not least because we need to understand more about how to hear user voices, amplify their insights and provide practical channels for inclusion to ensure full co-creation of innovation. Earlier research suggested a spectrum of user involvement ranging from those who can participate fully to those who are passive players in the innovation process. The question remains what tools, techniques, and mechanisms enable users to become more involved in the innovation process?
This workshop will bridge the gap between the potential and practice of user inclusion in innovation. Participants will explore "boundary innovation spaces" where user co-creation is prioritized, and delve into various tools and techniques that promote active user involvement. Through interactive sessions and best practice examples from across Europe, attendees will gain insights into effective strategies for integrating user voices in innovation processes. This workshop will equip participants with the knowledge to foster inclusive innovation environments within their organizations, ensuring that user insights are not just heard but are instrumental in driving innovation forward.

Agenda:
  • Introduction to the concept of “Boundary Innovation Spaces”.
  • A review of tools and techniques for user involvement.
  • Presentation of best practices from Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands and Madeira.
  • An interactive segment where attendees work in groups, reflecting on their own experiences with user involvement. This session will be facilitated by the organizers.
Topics:
  • User inclusion
  • Innovation process
  • Innovation space
  • Inclusion methods
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderator:
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WS111 - Shaping the Future of Healthcare

Setting up XpanDH's Community of Doers and Co-creators

XpanDH supports an expanding ecosystem of individuals and organizations that are developing, experimenting, and adopting the European Electronic Health Record Exchange Format (EEHRxF) providing a crucial contribution to the EHDS. In the context of healthcare and digital support, the user-experience of both patients and professionals is key for the operation of an ICT solution. The end-result is to reduce any digital divide between stakeholders by understanding practice needs and adopting the EEHRxF. Systematic elicitation of user-perspectives can be achieved through co-creation, which is a collaborative design process where input from end users plays a central role from start to end, creating value from the initial phases of design. In this workshop we will engage with the audience to collect ideas and input on the core areas of EHDS with contributions to the evolving EEHRxF, capturing perspectives of patients, professionals, academia, and programmers either connected to economic operators, start-ups, or SMEs, coming together “communities of doers”, to ensuring adoption of a service or deployed solution.

Topics:
  • Healthcare
  • Digital health
  • European Electronic Health Record Exchange Format (EEHRxF)
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderators:

WS112 - Synergizing Digital Technologies and Data for Advanced Manufacturing: Innovations, Challenges, and Future Directions

The proposed workshop aims to overview the potential of open digital tools that enable the digitalization, automatization, and optimization of industrial processes and serve as a convergence point for three pioneering research projects — DiMAT, PIONEER, and MetaFacturing — that are at the forefront of integrating digital technologies into manufacturing. By fostering an interdisciplinary dialogue, the workshop will explore the innovations, challenges, and future directions in the digital modeling, simulation, and optimization of design, processing, and manufacturing within the advanced materials and production systems domains.
The workshop will include keynote presentations, panel discussions, and interactive sessions to encourage engagement and knowledge exchange among participants. It aims to not only highlight the achievements of the involved projects but also to chart a course for future research and development in the field of digital manufacturing technologies.

Objectives:
  • Showcase Innovations: Present cutting-edge developments in digital tools and platforms that support the design, processing, and manufacturing stages across various materials and production systems. Highlight the role of Digital Twin technologies, open innovation platforms, and AI-driven optimizations in enhancing production quality, sustainability, and efficiency.
  • Address Challenges: Discuss the challenges faced by the European materials industry and manufacturing enterprises in adopting digital technologies. These challenges include the low uptake of digital technologies, the need for interoperable digital tools, and the integration of data and metadata for advanced digitalization of manufacturing lines.
  • Promote Interoperability: Explore strategies for achieving interoperability among different digital tools and platforms. Examine how projects like DiMAT, PIONEER, and MetaFacturing are developing interoperable suites, platforms, and frameworks to facilitate seamless integration and communication across various stages of the value chain.
  • Encourage Collaboration: Foster collaborations among stakeholders from academia, industry, and policy-making to accelerate the adoption of digital technologies in manufacturing. Discuss how multidisciplinary approaches and open innovation can drive the evolution towards intelligent, agile industries capable of meeting the demands of a turbulent global market.
  • Assess the economic, social and environmental impact: Evaluate the holistic impact of digital technology adoption in the manufacturing industry, taking into account economic, social and environmental factors. Explore how digitization influences the economic patterns of the industry and its environment, while examining its role in improving resilience and sustainability within manufacturing processes. Discuss strategies to maximize the benefits of digital transformation while mitigating environmental impacts and promoting long-term sustainability in the industry.
  • Envision the Future: Identify future research directions and technological advancements needed to overcome existing limitations and unlock new possibilities for digital technologies in advanced manufacturing. Discuss the potential of emerging technologies and methodologies to transform the European materials industry and beyond.
Topics:
  • Smart Factories
  • Digital Twin Technologies
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Digital Modelling and Simulation
  • Sustainable Production Processes
  • Interoperable Digital Tools
  • AI-Driven Production Optimization
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderator:
Speakers:

PS101 - From Prototype to Profit: Markert Uptake Workshop

This panel session offers an exploration of the technology transfer methodology exemplified by the Horizon Europe R3GROUP project. In the panel, we want to underscore how current approaches in Technology Transfer (such as the implementation of the LEAN approach) are being deployed in European R&I projects in the context of Industry 4.0 (and 5.0). Moreover, in the panel, the subject of resilience in industry will be highlighted by showing how in the R3group project digital technologies for reconfigurability are being developed to increase resilience.

Additionally, in this session we will also highlight the important role of creating an ecosystem around the manufacturing industry to leverage the technology adoption and spread around Europe.

The diverse panel of experts aims to engage and inspire attendees, showcasing practical strategies for market innovation in a human-centric digital era.

Target Attendees:
  • Industry
Moderator:
Panelists:

PS102 - Current and Future Directions on Ethics and Gender Responsiveness in Digital Transformation: Vision and Mission of public and private sectors

In this panel, experts from various fields (e.g., academy, industry and government) will discuss the current state and future trajectories of ethics and gender responsiveness in the context of digital transformation. The session will explore emerging trends, challenges, and opportunities related to the ethical implications of technological advancements and the importance of ensuring gender equality and inclusivity in digital innovation.

Panel will analyse vison and mission about:

  • Ethical considerations in emerging technologies
  • Gender biases and disparities in digital access, representation, and decision-making
  • Proposals for promoting ethical practices and gender-responsive approaches
  • Best practices and lessons learned in addressing ethical and gender-related concerns in digital projects and policies

Audience participation and engagement will be encouraged through interactive Q&A session and discussions for gaining valuable insights into shaping a more inclusive and equitable digital future.

Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
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PS103 - Cognitive Computing Continuum: Connecting 40 billion (IoT) devices with 200ZB of data (in the Cloud)

This panel session will bring together the researchers and practitioners to discuss the state of art and impeding challenges with regards to dynamic connectivity of edge-cloud resources and brining more intelligence and automation in the edge-cloud continuum. This panel session will be primarily supported by the EC funded projects from the CL4-2023-DATA-01-04 call, among other EC projects and industry initiatives focusing on edge-cloud continuum. The session will include introductory presentations from ongoing projects/initiatives, followed by panel discussion on thematic topics of interest, such as dynamic discovery and connectivity of heterogeneous resources in the edge-cloud continuum, dynamic deployment of applications/services and orchestration of distributed resources, AI-based automation and adaption of resource management, applications design and deployment optimisation for edge-cloud continuum, security, privacy and energy efficiency of distributed applications and hardware, software and AI models for supporting the application deployment and execution opportunities in the edge-cloud continuum.

Agenda:
  • Welcom and Introduction
  • Cognitive Continuum Project Introdcutions
  • Thematic Discussions and Q&A
    • Dynamic connectivity between heterogenous edge-cloud resources
    • Dynamic discovery and orchestration of edge-cloud resources
    • Dynamic application deployment and adaptation
    • Multi-criteria deployment of hyper-distributed applications
    • Support for Application level adaptation
    • Support for elasticity and sclability of hyper-distributed applications
    • Human centricity in the management of Cognitive Compute Continuum
    • Optimisation of energy effeciency and other criteria in the CCC
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderators:
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PS104 - Healthcare Professionals' Ability and Willingness to Collaborate with Generative AI in Clinical Decision Processes

Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) tools may open new avenues to supplement human clinical reasoning. While not presently designed for direct use as clinical decision support systems, GenAI tools have the potential to provide additional insights to medical professionals if rigorous safeguards are implemented. However, meaningful empirical investigation of integrating GenAI tools to support clinical reasoning and decision-making is still in its infancy, and this area of research is still in nascent stages.
In the panel we will explore health professionals' familiarity with, attitudes and willingness to use GenAI in clinical decision making, in which situations, and to what extent they trust and rely on these systems. What are the social and ethical dilemmas and challenges associated with using AI and how it will impact workflow.

Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Researchers
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PS105 - Digital approaches to achieve circular resilient and sustainable supply chains and Manufacturing as a Service Ecosystems

Emerging challenges like climate change and resource scarcity, spanning essentials like food, land, energy, and critical materials, necessitate innovative economic strategies. These strategies should on one hand bolster the sustainability and profitability of products and solutions, while on the other hand enhance the resilience of communities and industries.
The imperative for sustainability demands a shift towards embracing circularity. In fact, circularity stands out as a compelling solution in this landscape, being regarded as a transformation from waste to wealth, where waste from one entity becomes a valuable resource for another entity. However, embracing circularity requires a fundamental change in mindset, moving beyond short-term profit towards long-term ecological stewardship and societal well-being. Integrating circularity into business means not only to align with ethical and environmental imperatives, but also to discover new economic opportunities. These aspects need to be highlighted and complemented with appropriate technologies and regulations that support and incentivize circular practices. Circularity demands collaboration across sectors and along the value chain, as well as engagement with consumers to foster a culture of sustainability that redefines the relationship between consumption, production, and environmental stewardship, leading to a more resilient and prosperous future for all.
Servitization within manufacturing is the other concept, pertinent to sustainability and resilience, that is discussed in this panel. In servitization, the conventional model of ownership gives way to utilization within a collaborative ecosystem, where production capabilities and capacities are shared within value networks. Underutilized production capacities can now be harnessed by various stakeholders within these networks, enabling them to cope with emerging challenges and to produce their respective goods within this newly formed collaborative framework.

The discussion will focus on:

  • Collaborative business models: from profit-based to circular economy and Manufacturing as a Service.
  • Enabling technologies (Digital Twins, Data Spaces, and AI) for Collaborative Value Networks.
  • Enabling technologies for Manufacturing as a service (MaaS).
  • Governance perspective and certification: Data sharing and data policies, Certification.
  • Digital Product Passport approaches.
Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderator:
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PS106 - Empowering Innovation: European Digital Innovation Hubs in Focus

Agenda:
  • Opening Remarks

    Brief overview of the session's objectives and the importance of EDIHs in driving digital transformation across Europe.

  • Introduction of Panelists

    Unique strengths or focal areas of each EDIH are highlighted, setting the stage for their presentations.

  • EDIH Presentations

    Concise presentation showcasing EDIH's offerings, emphasizing:

    • Mission and objectives driving the EDIH.
    • Key services and support available to businesses and innovators.
    • Noteworthy success stories or impactful case studies.
    • Insight into upcoming initiatives or opportunities for collaborative endeavors.
  • Round Table Discussion

    Discussion delving into pivotal themes pertinent to digital innovation in Europe:

    • The pivotal role of EDIHs in supporting SMEs and startups.
    • Identifying challenges and opportunities in digital transformation.
    • Highlighting collaborative projects between EDIHs and diverse stakeholders.
    • Exploring future trajectories for European digital innovation ecosystems
  • Closing Remarks

    Summary of the main conclusions and knowledge obtained in the debate on European digital innovation.

  • Matchmaking Session

    A brief, structured networking segment is facilitated, enabling attendees to express interest in specific EDIHs or topics for potential follow-up collaborations and engagements.

Target Attendees:
  • Industry
Moderator:
Panelists:

PS107 - Empowering Health Professionals: Navigating Digital Skills in Modern Healthcare

In an era where technology continues to revolutionize the healthcare landscape, the ability for health professionals to adeptly navigate digital tools and platforms is no longer optional—it's imperative. This panel brings together experts to explore the importance of digital literacy, discuss emerging trends in health technology, and share strategies for equipping professionals with the necessary skills to thrive in a digitally driven healthcare environment. Furthermore, our discussion extends beyond recognizing the significance of digital tools, focusing on addressing obstacles and anticipating future needs to effectively leverage digital innovation and harnessing the power of digital innovation to enhance patient care and improve health outcomes.

Target Attendees:
  • Academia, Industry, Researchers
Moderators:
Panelists:
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