The RIS I4.0 Hubs project organised online interactive seminars to provide participants with new, practical knowledge of Industry 4.0 technologies. The participants could also learn about digital business models and improve their skills and competencies. The seminars were organised in local languages in 6 RIS countries (see the list below).

The seminars were free of charge.

Audience – Top and middle management of

SMEs and start-ups in all fields of manufacturing
Research Organisations

Interactive digitalisation seminars

Seminars were offered in following languages by local partners.

SeminarsDateTopics & Agenda – click for more detailsOrganizing Partner
Thursday 20th May 2021Avoiding Pitfalls on the Way to Industry 4.0. Lessons Learned From Polish Companies.ŁPIAP
Czech Republic
Wednesday 26th May 2021
Friday 28th May 2021
Digital Twin in Industrial PracticeCIIRC CTU
LithuaniaWednesday 19th May 2021
10:30 – 14:00
The Importance of Digitalisation in Production: Benefits & Challenges for Manufacturing SMEsLINPRA
SlovakiaMonday 31st May 2021
10:00 – 12:00
Big Data in the Industry 4.0 ConceptSTUBA
SPARK Hub OÜ + Online
Thursday 27th May 2021
10:00 – 16:00
Digitalisation TechnologiesUT
GreeceThursday 27th May 2021AI for Manufacturing Processes, Predictive Analytics, VR/AR & RoboticsLMS

Seminar topics

In seminars, several topics may be included such as Cyber Security, IT systems for SMEs, Artificial Intelligence or The Internet of Things.

Detailed agenda will be developed based on participants interests as outlined in the registration form.

Seminar Concept

All seminars take place in a form of interactive sessions. Interactive time-limited sessions in a physical place will be organized to develop, demonstrate and enhance new innovative solutions proposed by the participants. The participants will identify the strengths and weaknesses of their solutions and discuss them with mentors. Together, they will identify areas of improvement based on Industry 4.0 technologies.

Afterwards, they will get to work on them, test proposed ideas and will get feedback from other participants. This will allow participants to develop or modify business models based on proposed solutions.