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H2020 Science2Society - Improving university, industry and society interfaces to boost the throughput capacity of Europe's innovation stakeholders

Goal: The overall mission of Science2Society is to understand and improve the efficiency of the European innovation system and the ways it creates new businesses, turns technology into products and services, attracts financing and generally creates value from academic research.

The CSA is focusing on key schemes currently used to encourage use of innovation. These include co-creation of products in a virtual ‘ideas laboratory’, co-location of industry laboratories in universities as well as coaching and training provided by universities to SMEs.

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Alexander Stocker
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The current lack of open manufacturing data limits the capability of data scientists to increase their knowledge for delivering data-driven innovations in manufacturing. To cope with this challenge the paper suggests a lightweight approach already implemented at Virtual Vehicle. Since 2015, a 3D printer has been equipped with sensors, enhanced with additional hard-and software, and thereby transformed into a smart micro-factory to generate vast amounts of non-confidential manufacturing data. The paper outlines the taken approach, the results, and their implications to the innovation community.
Bert Pluymers
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The overall mission of Science2Society is to understand and improve the efficiency of the European innovation system and the ways it creates new businesses, turns technology into products and services, attracts financing and generally creates value from academic research.
The CSA is focusing on key schemes currently used to encourage use of innovation. These include co-creation of products in a virtual ‘ideas laboratory’, co-location of industry laboratories in universities as well as coaching and training provided by universities to SMEs.