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Manufuture 2015

 

23-24 November 2015, Luxembourg

The EU has defined a strategic objective to boost reindustrialisation and increase the manufacturing industry’s current GDP contribution of approximately 16% to as much as 20%. In order to succeed, it is essential to optimise the use of key instruments such as the European Structural and Investment Funds and Horizon 2020 and widen the access to finance for new manufacturing ventures as well as established companies with high growth potential on global level.

Manufuture 2015 will:

  • Assess manufacturing research and development progress in Europe compared with global competitors
  • Define the conditions needed for successfully reindustrialising Europe
  • Identify and endorse new policy instruments, business models, support mechanisms and technologies
  • Develop recommendations for policy makers


H2020 Info Day: Smart Cyber-Physical Systems, Digital Automation, Smart Anything Everywhere and ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs Initiatives​

1 December 2015, Brussels, Belgium 

The objective of the day will be to inform the participants about the H2020 calls on Smart Cyber-Physical Systems (ICT 1), Digital Automation (FOF 11), Smart Anything Everywhere initiative (ICT 4) and ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs I4MS (FOF 12). Participants will get the occasion to present their proposal ideas for these topics and to network with other participants. In addition it will be possible to ask questions to Commission staff about proposal ideas.