DIGITAL REGIONS partners are currently implementing their Regional Action Plans (RAP) to best adapt innovation policies to support the manufacturing sector as a result of the emergence of Industry 4.0. We speak with Jure Verhovnik DIGITAL REGIONS project partner and Project Manager at University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) about the next steps they are planning to take.
What is the main action of your Regional Action Plan?
The main activities in the implementation of our Action Plan are the further building of a partnership that carries out activities and provides various users with services in the field of test before invest, training, support in obtaining financial resources for digitalization of operations and direct consulting in digital transformation.
What will your organisation achieve with its implementation?
By implementing the Action Plan, our organization will support the digital transformation of society as such, as stakeholders will improve their operations and increase their competencies in the field of digitization with the help of services and knowledge transfer.
What are going to be the next steps during the following months of the project until the end of Phase 2?
To increase the visibility of our services with the help of events, substantive announcements, and promotions. To include as wide a number of stakeholders as possible, to whom we offer a quality service in the field of digitization as part of the partnership.
Would you like to highlight some unforeseen results?
Implementation of education and content support services for the Ministry of Digital Transformation and acceptance into the European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIH) network.
Photo: One of the Regional Stakeholder Meetings organised by University of Ljubljana.