International activities and cooperations
Outside the box
Benefiting from international cooperations
In order to position Baden-Württemberg as a technological and innovative location internationally as well, the exchange between companies and initiatives across borders is of great importance. It is not only about synergies, but also about remaining competitive and innovative. The Allianz Industrie 4.0 Baden-Württemberg promotes international networking by means of various activities.
Talking with partners
- Dr. Daniel Walther, DIZ | Digitales Innovationszentrum
- Prof. Dr. Daniel Palm, ESB Business School/Reutlinger Zentrum Industrie 4.0
- Peter van Harten, Smart Industry NL | isah GmbH
- Alexandra Fezer, Steinbeis 2i GmbH
- Charme Rykower, AHK Israel
Lisa Petit, Allianz Industrie 4.0 Baden-Württemberg
Cross border cooperation
International activities and projects
Networking with France
The close cooperation between Germany and France has grown over decades. It extends to all areas of life, especially in the border region. There are already many initiatives in both countries on the topics of Industry 4.0 and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The Ministry of Economics, Labour and Tourism is now specifically promoting networking and exchange between France and Baden-Württemberg in these fields of technology: The „Baden-Württemberg & France Partnership Concept“ supports companies, startups and research institutions in innovation partnerships and in opening up new markets. Increasing networking promotes innovation and increases competitiveness.
Together with the DIZ, the Digital Hub Karlsruhe for Applied Artificial Intelligence, the Steinbeis-Europa Zentrum and Baden-Württemberg International, the Allianz Industrie 4.0 Baden-Württemberg will implement extensive networking and matchmaking activities in 2021.
>>> Learn more (german)
>>> German-French networking on Industry 4.0 and applied Artificial Intelligence (german)
>>> Vive la Wir
Networking with The Netherlands
Here, too, the focus is on networking and exchange between two economically strong regions: in 2021, Baden-Württermberg and the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant opened the German-Dutch Fieldlab AI4DT (Artificial Intelligence for Digital Twins).
As a test environment, the Fieldlab is the ideal place to develop and rehearse solutions. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in particular benefit from this offer. Companies and research institutions in both regions work closely together. This enables knowledge transfer and value-added partnerships. In turn, it promotes the potential of the Digital Twin and Artificial Intelligence.
On the AI4DT platform, interested parties can network, participate in online seminars and arrange 1:1 meetings with other companies. Networking events are planned for the summer of 2021.
The Allianz Industrie 4.0 Baden-Württemberg is involved in events and lectures.
>>> Learn more (german)
AI and Industry 4.0: Smart factory and smart production
Baden-Württemberg meets Noord-Brabant"
How and where can AI be used appropriately? How can it be implemented successfully?
Find out quickly and easily about the AI ecosystems of Noord-Brabant and Baden-Württemberg, their development status for AI solutions in production and current joint projects during the virtual seminar. Use cases from both ecosystems provide an extended insight into practical applications.
The virtual seminar is part of a series of events for exchange between AI stakeholders from Baden-Württemberg and the participating partner ecosystems. These will each focus on different AI application fields.
More events coming soon...
International cooperation plays an important role in digitalisation. SMEs network across countries and gain insights into best practices. They learn from each other and drive forward innovation jointly.
Projektmanager International Activities und Startups