Smart Economy
Smart economy



international network
innovative awareness
flexibility of the labour market

To protect the environment and preserve it for future generations, Western Cape relies on the use of new technologies and the adaptation of existing technologies to the African context.

Within the project Re-FREAM (Re-Thinking of Fashion in Research and Artist collaborating development for Urban Manufacturing) new production methods as well as materials and technologies for the fashion of the future will be developed.

NEFI – New Energy for Industry shows pathways for the DECARBONISATION of manufacturing and energy-intensive industry by technology ‘Made in Austria’. NEFI is an innovation network of science, technology providers and companies.

Through this project, a modern “Future Workspace” is created where people can work in a renewable environment. It will be a node point in Kremsmünster where various models will be tested.

Through this project, among other things, a platform should be created to find the ide-al industrial partner for an energy community.

The aim of the RQEI is to develop smarter regions through the production of scientific knowledge, the development of technologies and the training of highly qualified personnel in order to support the energy transition, in Quebec and elsewhere in the world.

The LIT Factory at the Linz Institute of Technology (LIT) located at the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) in Linz is a networked pilot plant for education, learning and researching smart polymer processing, recycling and digital transformation.

The port city of Qingdao in the eastern Chinese province of Shandong has introduced, through the “National Smart City Pilot” project, an intelligent management decision-making platform based on multi-dimensional data analysis technology.

The Energie-Atlas Bayern is the Internet portal of the Bavarian State Government on the energy turnaround and on energy saving, energy efficiency and renewable energies.