In most of the strategic initiatives and flagship projects we orchestrate, new forms of collaboration between science and industry are being tested and established. We present six outstanding projects in more detail here.
The goal of the ATLAS project is to establish a regional transformation network for the South Westphalia region. Companies in the automotive sector – especially SMEs – are to be supported in upcoming transformation challenges.
At the Digital Hub Logistics, Europe’s best Digital Innovation Hub, innovation experts accompany and advise digital teams of medium-sized companies in setting up digital business.
The Digital Logistics Award, one of the most important awards for start-ups in logistics, recognizes and promotes creative business solutions for the digital working world in logistics.
EffizienzCluster LogistikRuhr: In the German government’s leading-edge cluster, 120 companies and eleven research institutions conducted research for the logistics of tomorrow in a total of 30 research projects with a total volume of 100 million euros.
The International Data Spaces Association (IDSA) – a non-profit association with more than 100 members from 20 countries – is driving the development of an international standard for data sovereignty.
In the Leistungszentrum Logistik und IT, interdisciplinary and cross-institutional research groups drive forward future topics in logistics and information logistics.
With the competence center “Mittelstand-Digital Zentrum Ruhr-OWL“, SMEs can tackle digitization and open up new business areas of Industry 4.0.
The Open Logistics Foundation is a non-profit and operationally working foundation based in Dortmund that fosters open-source applications in logistics.