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  1. Digitising European industry Dr. Max Lemke, Head of Unit Technologies & Systems for Digitising Industry, DG CONNECT/A2, European Commission #DigitiseEU 22 September 2017, Madrid The role of Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs)
  2. Digitising European Industry initiative Broadly disseminate digital innovations for all: Setting up a pan-European network of Digital Innovation Hubs Strengthen competitiveness by developing partnerships and platforms A regulatory framework adapted to the digitisation of industry Data: flow, access, exploitation safety, responsibility (liability) Prepare Europeans for the digital age Training, education, new work environment Standardisation A framework for the coordination of national and European initiatives HPC/cloud 2
  3. European platform of National Initiatives on Digitising Industry (Rome, 2017) • Coherence, collective steer, co-ordination • Monitoring actions at all levels: EU, MSs, regional and industrial • Diffusion of Best Practices • Pool investments The platform: our added value at EU level To reinforce the EU's competitiveness in digital technologies and to ensure that any industry in Europe – big or small, wherever situated, whatever sector – can fully benefit from digital innovations to upgrade its products, improve its processes and adapt its business models to the digital transition. 3
  4. Level of digitisation differs according to size of company, sector and region 56% of companies in computer programming, consultancy and information services are highly digitised. Only around 6% of companies in basic metals & fabricated metal products excluding machines & equipment are highly digitised. 42% of large companies is highly digitised in the EU vs 16% of SMEs53% of Danish companies are highly digitised vs 8% in Bulgaria and Romania Spain 4
  5. Digital Innovation Hubs: Towards organic Growth "Ensure that every business in Europe, whatever its sector of activity, wherever located and whatever its size, can take full advantage of digital innovations and competences" Member States & regions: build-up/strengthening of national and regional structures of DIHs Commission: • Set up a pan-EU network of DIHs • Support activities such as cross-border experiments, catalogue and assistance in the creation of hubs  particular attention to SMEs  Ensure companies can access advanced technologies and enhance their digital competences  €100 million per year (EU) of support to the hubs and 10 times more from the Member States and regions 5
  6. What is a Digital Innovation Hub? 6 one-stop-shop services for companies multi-partner cooperation specialist expertise infrastructure brokering/ matchmaking awareness creation innovation scouting digital maturity assessment visioning and strategy development mentoring training Access to Finance investor readiness services Digital Innovation Hub Competence Centre Digital Skills Digital Transformation Experiments Working Group report on DIHs: hubs-mainstreaming-digital-innovation-across-all-sectors-final  Provide support to start-ups, SMEs, mid-caps in managing their digital transformation  Competence Centres are at the core of DIHs  Variable geometries: technology applications, sector, SME focus etc.  Different service portfolios offers  Single organisations to multi-partner cooperation experimentation and testing pilot factories Fab-labs coaching fabrication of new products
  7. Building on and expanding successful actions (examples)  62M€ of EU funding - 10 projects  100 DIHs/competence centres  285 experiments: 75% cross-border dimension  248 contractors. Out of which 203 industrial: 70% SMEs and mid-caps, 40% users, 55% new in EU R&I Programmes  19 Members States and Ass. CountriesInteractive map 7  140M€ of EU funding - 15 large projects  125 DIHs/competence centres  450 experiments: 80% cross-border dimension  560 contractors. Out of which 406 industrial: 84% SMEs and mid-caps, 50% users, 65% new in EU R&I Programmes  29 Members States and Ass. Countries
  8. Digital Innovation Hubs Catalogue Interactive map oPZ_BjiJLcQ&usp=sharing Working Group report on DIHs: mainstreaming-digital-innovation-across-all-sectors-final  180+ operational DIHs  90+DIHs in preparation  180+ candidate DIHs 8
  9. Digital Innovation Hubs in Spain  Industria Conectada 4.0 – launched in 2015 10M EUR funding for innovative clusters  6 DIHs coached by I4MS: o NAVARDMI-HUB in Navarra o La Rioja 4.0 Industry Hub o Canary Islands' Digital Manufacturing Innovation Hub (CIDIHub) o Catalonia STIMULI Hub o Hub-4-MANUVAL in Valencia o iAsturias 4.0  50+ DIHs included in the Catalogue 9
  10. DRAFT European Network of DIHs- filling the white spots  29 DIHs coached so far – 14 EU countries  1.45M€ (up to 50k per participant) in I4MS for most promising regional competence centres for developing their case for becoming a DIH  Coordination: I4MS Growth and XS2I4MS  18 coached hubs participated in the latest I4MS call, 8 successfully  Smart Factories in Central and Eastern Europe (EU13)  1.8M€ from the European Parliament to support the implementation of DIHs in the selected countries and regions where the divergence in uptake and adoption of digital technologies has been so far limited  Call open until 22 October –  Final selection of 30 DIHs by early December  Coordination: PWC and Oxford University Innovation european-industry-actions/digital-innovation-hubs-smart-factories- new-eu Finished Ongoing Future actions ± 8M€ for widening the SAE and I4MS networks towards industrial regions which are so far underrepresented (WP18-20) Tentative opening call date: 16 Oct. 2018 deadline: 2 April 2019 10
  11. Boosting Europe's digital innovation capacity: Investments and sources of financing Bring together sources of financing and mobilise a critical mass of investment from other public, national and private actors by leveraging European R & I investment Under mandate (2018-2020): 3.5bn € in R&I (Horizon 2020) of which: • 1bn € for platforms, pilot projects, pilot lines and test beds • 300Mn € for DIHs (50 to 70% directly allocated to SMEs and mid-caps for their own experimentation) • Remainder: PPPs, ECSEL,… EU Investments EU: 5,5bn € (2016-2020) Regions Member States Industry A total investment of at least 50bn € 11
  12. Financing Roles: EU, MSs, Regions, Industry Innovative digital technologies Mainstream digital technologies All actors and expertise available in region or MS R&I programmes of MSs and regions Financial instruments of MSs and regions: loans, local innovation vouchers, … Cross border innovation or innovation with strong European dimension EU schemes like I4MS, SAE, ODINE, … European level financial instruments like EFSI, EIF European level innovation vouchers for buying DIH services across the European DIH network DRAFT STATE 12
  13. Discussion points for today 13  Which are the lessons learned and biggest achievements of your engagement in I4MS and SAE experiments?  How do you see the role of the EU, regions, industry in building the network of DIHs?  How can DIHs proactively support digital skills development?  What are your views on sustainability of the DIHs beyond 2020?  How to involve investor community to follow-up on successful innovations?

Notes de l'éditeur

  1. Les initiatives prises par les E-Ms se complémentent et se renforcent mutuellement S'appuie et complémente les 15 politiques nationales de numérisation AT, BE, CZ, DK, FR, DE, HU, IT, LI, LU, NL, PL, PT, ES & SE Encourage et soutient les nouvelles initiatives en préparation BG, HR, FI, RO, SK, SL & UK - Forum de la communauté Essen, DE 31 jan – 1 fév.. 2017 500+ participants - tables rondes - Lancement de la plateforme européenne lors du Digital Day
  2. Dans la communication, DIH = pôle d'innovation numérique
  3. Utilisation de H2020 en support des priorités politiques Investissement qualitatif de l'UE qui fait effet de levier (l'investissement UE a un effet structurant qui lui donne un poids tel la gravité s'applique à l'envers)