The first wave of cities to take part in the European Commission’s new initiative to stimulate economic growth and social welfare through digital transformation have been selected.
The first group of cities aiming to become better places to live by putting advanced technologies at the service of the citizens are Patras (Greece), Granada (Spain), L’Aquila (Italy), Ventspils (Latvia), Algeciras (Spain), Thessaloniki (Greece), Iasi (Romania) and Sofia (Bulgaria).
5th Technology Forum 16/05/2018
Aristotle University Research Dissemination Center, Thessaloniki, Greece
In the modern economic environment, competitiveness relies upon the development of innovative products.
Knowledge combined with the right technological tools are key elements in the process of developing innovative products & services. Knowledge of such tools exists in both industrial bodies (ΙCΤ & other industries) as well as in research organisations (Universities & Research Centres). Therefore, their collaboration is important towards developing innovative products with international perspective.
In this context, 20 bodies have joined forces to organize a series of congresses under the name “Technology Forum”. The program of the 5th Technology Forum (www.technology-forum.eu) will be including the following (.PDF).