About the project

The Industry 4.0 is an inevitable revolution affecting all industrial sectors. Its impacts depend on the readiness of regions to respond, accept and adopt the changes. Transnational cooperation can help to strengthen the regional innovation capacities and make our regions more future-ready.

The ECOS4IN project will do so by supporting close cooperation between stakeholders, who are involved in smart specialisation strategies (RIS3) on the implementation of Industry 4.0.


It will closely analyse the current situation of Industry 4.0 implementation and create a tool “ECOS4IN Knowledge Base”, which will be tested in pilots as an essential source of information to raise awareness about Industry 4.0. Moreover, the project will design the ecosystem model according to the regional conditions and context and equip the participating regions with action plans that will provide relevant material for forthcoming revisions of RIS3 strategies.


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„DIGITAL CHECK – STARTER.KIT“ PILOT-APPLICATION

First test proved attractiveness, functionality and customer benefit of the "Digital Check - Starter.Kit" package

The "DIGITAL CHECK - STARTER.KIT" is intended to serve as an attractive offer for a first-time consulting at companies and to increase the application of the I4.0 maturity model at companies.



20. 07. 21.

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We still hold our meetings online

When the ECOS4IN project was launched, no one thought that a pandemic would break out during the project and hinder the partnership’s face-to-face meetings. Unfortunately, our short project meeting held this week was again implemented online, although all partners are very much in need of personal meetings and ...

01. 06. 21.

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The concept and processes of Industry 4.0 were introduced to upper secondary students by Pannon Novum Partner

Industry 4.0 is now a widely used term that students can come across in many places.

Our workshop, held as part of our ECOS4IN project, provided an excellent opportunity for senior students to learn about the industry 4.0 concept and the processes behind it, ...


29. 04. 21.

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ECOS4IN in the thematic roundtable meeting of projects addressing Advanced Manufacturing and Industry 4.0

Project ECOS4IN was invited by the Joint Secretariat of Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE to participate in the thematic roundtable meeting of projects addressing topics related to Advanced Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 as well as Digitalization to share ... 


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Virtual Study Tour in Upper Austria I4.0 Ecosystem

Upper Austria kindly invites you to the 2nd ECOS4IN study visit, taking place on March 2nd 2021. The study visit will give you a good overview of the Upper Austrian I4.0 Ecosystem. With virtual walkthroughs and other multimedia support you’ll get to know best practices in context to Industry 4.0 application. Of course, there will also be enough time for Q&A and Networking parts. For taking part please send a mail to Ingrid.linhartova@biz-up.at

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International co-operation project ECOS4IN started to strengthen regional innovation capacity in Central Europe

Implementation of the ECOS4IN international project (Cross-border Ecosystem for Industry 4.0) with 7 partners started in April 2019 and will be completed in March 2022.

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Pilot application of the Ecosystem model in partner areas

Action plan for implementation Industry 4.0 models 


PROJECT OUTPUTS

Development and implementation of tools and services to strengthen linkages within the innovation systems in partner regions; i.e.:

1)    ECOS4IN knowledge base setting up in each partner area and Ecosystem model development for Industry 4.0 implementation, application of the model in the participating regions

ECOS4IN – ecosystem for Industry 4.0

2)    Implementation of pilot actions - establishment of Contact point / information hub for regional ecosystem model for Industry 4.0 implementation in each partner area

3)      Development of strategies and action plans and their implementation to support the Industry 4.0 in partner region


ECOS4IN in numbers

Partners
7

TOTAL COST OF
THE PROJECT
€ 1.464.250

ERDF-FUNDED PART
€ 1.212.638

Lenght
36 months

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