The complex and interdisciplinary nature of technology makes it even more difficult for companies to achieve their full potential for value creation. In this context it’s necessary to have a good understanding of the technological and non-technological aspects, of their implications, critical aspects and opportunities.
To access new technologies by implementing them in specific contexts, companies need to collaborate with technological infrastructures to conduct initial experimentation, testing activities, prototyping and demonstration of solutions consistent with the transformation roadmaps that companies intend to embark upon. To respond to this need Speedhub works together with a network of experts within the world of innovation, fostering strong cooperation between research and industry and between users and suppliers of innovation throughout the value chain.
Below are some of the more structured initiatives:
One-to-one meetings with a specialist technical expert during which companies can address a specific topic and technology to gain an initial insight starting from their individual needs.
In-depth and operational follow-up meetings with Speedhub's technological partners on specific issues for the development of innovation projects.
VISIT TO FACILITIES
Opportunities to visit technology transfer centres for testing and prototyping activities.
SCOUTING AND MATCHMAKING
Digitalisation support activities for companies to help facilitate access to high-quality partners with first-rate expertise working within the field of innovation, and to identify financing methods useful for project development activities.