This report follows and expands on some of the key elements that were analysed in the previous report ‘Monitoring B2B Industrial Digital Platforms in Europe’, which investigated the status
This report presents the main findings of the data analysis carried out in the framework of the Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project.
The objective of this analysis is to investigate how social media analytics and in particular Twitter data can be used by policymakers to support them in terms of policy intelligence, problem identification and monitoring.
This report presents the recommendations to improve or create cross-border networks of ATI technology centres.
The adoption of Advanced Technologies by companies is seen as a prerequisite for the modernisation of the European industry and the lasting creation of growth and jobs in the EU.
Building on the findings of Monitoring B2B Industrial Digital Platforms in Europe, this report provides recommendations for EU-wide actions to encourage European industry and SMEs
The objective of this EU report is to provide an overview about the performance of the EU27 in Advanced Technologies and to give a snapshot of the policy landscape supporting the production and uptake of Advanced Technologies at EU, national and regional levels.
Using both traditional and novel types of data, this report carries out an in-depth analysis by exploring trends in the generation and uptake of advanced technologies, related entrepreneurial activities and skills.
This report investigates the status of B2B industrial digital platforms in terms of their emergence, development and distribution and underlines their relevance in fostering the process of digital transformation across industries, as well as their role as a fundamental enabler of the data economy
The ATI Website focuses on the advanced technologies that will enable and help industries to successfully manage a shift towards a low-carbon and knowledge-based economy. 16 Advanced technologies have been identified. This document gives the definitions of these technologies.