The MIDIH "Manufacturing Industry Digital Innovation Hubs" project aims at realizing services to support the ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs.
MIDIH aims at implementing the fast, dynamic, borderless, disruptive side of the I4MS innovation coin focusing on technological services, business services, skills building services.
MIDIH is a "one stop shop" of services, providing industry with access to the most advanced digital solutions and the most advanced industrial experiments.
MIDIH will also supply pools of human and industrial competencies, and access to "ICT for Manufacturing" market and financial opportunities.
Technological services will be driven by young and dynamic ICT talents virtually meeting older and experienced manufacturing engineers in a one-stop-shop global marketplace.
Business services will support SMEs, startups, web entrepreneurs as well as corporates in the delivery of innovative products and services, in accessing new markets, in fund-raising.
Skills building services will not only help SMEs and corporates understand the new technologies, but also provide an operational framework that will stimulate trust, confidence and investments.
MIDIH will create a Network of Manufacturing Digital Innovation Hubs in the area of IoT/CPS.
The current network consists of 3 Pan European Digital Innovation Hubs, 2 Regional Digital Innovation Hubs, 9 Competence Centre and 2 Teaching Factories.
The final event of MIDIH “Gare du MIDIH” took place on September 22, 2020.
Three virtual Digital Transformation Trains left the station “Gare du MIDIH” at 9.00, 10.45 and 12.15 CET. The full programme and details about the speakers can be found on the event website.
On July 8th from 10.00 to 11.00 CEST, MIDIH partners Luleå Tekniska Universitet, fortiss and Politecnico di Milano will introduce the open Arrowhead and 4diac IEC 61499 software development frameworks for next-generation, hardware independent control software. They will also show practical examples explaining how these frameworks work together.Read more
The aim of the workshop is to provide concrete evidence of the implementation of Data Sovereignty in a DIH-orientedH2020 Innovation Action such as MIDIH.
MIDIH has developed a platform that facilitate data to be shared across companies to improves products & enable innovative services. Two uses case in the supply chain will be discussed.
The IDSA community will be involved in understanding how MIDIH and its Reference Architecture platform (implementing an IDS connector) has push forward the IDSA architecture and has managed the Data Sovereignty challenges for the Industrial world.Read more