Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project
The EU’s industrial policy approach promotes the creation of a competitive European industry. In order to properly support the implementation of policies and initiatives, a systematic monitoring of technological trends and reliable, up-to-date data on advanced technologies is needed. To this end, the Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project has been set up. It provides policymakers, industry representatives and academia with:
- Statistical data on the creation and use of advanced technologies (including information on enabling conditions such as skills, investment or entrepreneurship).
- Analytical reports on technological trends, sectoral insights and products.
- Analyses of policy measures and policy tools related to the uptake of advanced technologies.
- Analyses of technological trends in competing economies such as in the US, China or Japan.
- Access to technology centres and innovation hubs across EU countries.
All this information is available through the new Advanced Technologies for Industry Website that merges the previous KETs Observatory and Digital Transformation Monitor initiatives. The project focuses on the advanced technologies that will enable and help industries to successfully manage a shift towards a low-carbon and knowledge-based economy. The following 16 advanced technologies have been identified:
- Advanced Manufacturing Technology
- Advanced Materials
- Artificial Intelligence
- Augmented and Virtual Reality
- Big Data
- Cloud Computing
- Industrial Biotechnology
- Internet of Things
- Micro- and Nanoelectronics