DigitaliseringsBoost aims to support small to medium-sized companies in developing new products, concepts, or solutions within Industry 4.0.
What is DigitaliseringsBoost?
DigitaliseringsBoost is a great opportunity for small to medium-sized technology producing companies to improve their digitisation competencies and kickstart new business areas at the same time, following the COVID-19 situation. Companies can receive up to 33% of the wage costs in co-funding for partners and knowledge institutions taking part in the project.
The innovation programme aims to strengthen innovation in SMEs and the collaboration between the companies and knowledge institutions in developing a new product, concept or solution for Industry 4.0. The innovation collaboration must be a minimum of two SMEs and a knowledge institution such as a university or business academy. The products and solutions must be commercially driven.
Read the product sheet in Danish here: DigitaliseringsBoost
The project is supported by The Danish Executive Board for Business Development and Growth (Danmarks Erhvervsfremmebestyrelse) and the European Regional Development Fund and will run from 2017 to 2022. The programme aims to result in a minimum of 89 new generic products or solutions within digitisation and Industry 4.0, thereby contributing to the creation of 700 new jobs, DKK 1,5 billion in increased turnover per year, hereof a DKK 600 million increase in exports.
The Business Hubs in Denmark run DigitaliseringsBoost in collaboration with Odense Robotics, RoboCluster, Mads Clausen Institute University of Southern Denmark, University College Copenhagen, Design denmark and Design School Kolding.