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Is your SME providing digital technologies? Join the HUBCAP programme and get access to help with finding new customers and selling your assets. HUBCAP’s Call #1.4 PULL is now open for applications!
Small and medium-sized business can gain up to €200k to develop model-based design tools for cyber-physical systems. Apply before July 15th.
It will serve as a window into the digital research and innovation activities driven by the members of DIGIT, who come from five different departments across Aarhus University's Faculties of Natural and Technical Sciences.
With the third round of INNOVATE applications now open, the HUBCAP project is looking for companies that want to enter into innovative collaborations to develop digital tools and products within cyber-physical systems (CPS) and model-based design (MBD). Consortia of two–three SMEs may apply.
In Call #1.3 PULL, HUBCAP offers European providers of digital technologies support in selling their assets and building relationships with new customers. Providers of cyber-physical systems (CPS) and model-based design (MBD) tools and assets may apply.
Hvordan integreres den fysiske produktion og den digitale verden? Temadagen afholdes den 12. november 2019, FORCE Technology, Agro Food Park 13, 8200 Aarhus N. Læs mere og tilmeld dig her.
6 May 2019 marked the official opening of the new Centre for Digital Twins at Aarhus University's Department of Engineering. Centre lead, Professor Peter Gorm Larsen, presented his dream team that will make up the core of the Centre. The team will make it their mission to bring Digital Twins from hype to reality and explore the possibilities and limits of the concept.
Most disruption happening to societies throughout the world is driven by radical innovations suitable for novel IT-based solutions. The new DIGIT Centre is significantly strengthening Aarhus University in its research abilities in the area of digitalisation.