The EU Horizon 2020 BOWI project has chosen SMEs from 6 different EU regions to take part in 10 month-long technology transfer experiments.
- Transmission Dynamics Poland, SmartStep® - intelligent monitoring of escalators, using 4.0 technology, IIoT and AI.
- Findair spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością, AI asthma monitoring documentation system.
- Spectator, Satellite monitoring system for construction industry.Techmo spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością,
- Techmo VoiceBox for industry - voice operated solution for automatization of quality control in manufacturing.
The BOWI project is part of European Commission’s Smart Anything Everywhere initiative that aims to boost innovation uptake across Europe through widening and knowledge transfer between different regions and innovation hubs. The objective of the project is to support the collaboration between Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) across Europe to increase their capacity in supporting SMEs with digital technologies and thus strengthen regional economy and the competitiveness of the European SMEs. The BOWI project has received funding under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 873155. For further information about the BOWI project and upcoming Open Calls, please visit the website www.bowi-network.eu
hub4industry is a coordinated group of organisations with complementary expertise and a not-for-profit objective, offering companies a set of services to support their digital transformation. hub4industry was launched by Krakow Technology Park and consortium partners: technology companies T-Mobile and ASTOR; AGH University of Science and Technology and the Krakow University of Technology; and specialists from the Construction Information Technology Cluster (BIM Klaster) as well as the Kosciuszko Institute. Together, we create a one-stop-shop; a point of integration and standardisation of multiple competencies in the industry of the future. Carried out with support of Polish Ministry of Development, hub4industry aims at educating, supporting, and providing tools that will prepare businesses for the implementation of the latest Industry 4.0 solutions. More: www.hub4industry.pl
The Kraków Technology Park (KPT) is the most complete one-stop-shop for business operating in Poland. We have a full toolbox to let our clients develop better and faster at our disposal. The system we have developed consists of ca. 350 enterprises, whom we help to build the best conditions for business development and sales increase in our daily practice. We don’t pretend we run businesses instead of our clients. All we do is we help them where the growth potential is the greatest. More: www.kpt.krakow.pl/en/