The European Commission sets out the vision for Europe’s Digital Decade by 2030 proposing the Digital Compass that revolves around four cardinal points: Government, Infrastructures, Skills and Businessess.
The Madeira’s Digital Transformation Summit responds to this challenge in a forum where the EU’s Digital strategy is debated to achieve the visionary objectives at European and regional levels. Bringing together recognised individuals from the European Commission, Government, Academia and Industry, the Summit sets the scene for a human-centric vision in a digital society. Needs, expectations, developments and innovative solutions will be discussed aiming at digitally empowering citizens and businesses to improve, grow, innovate and compete on fair terms, while achieving climate neutrality.
Covering a wide range of digital transformation areas including Healh, Manufacturing, Maritime, Smart Cities and Energy as well as the full set of digital services being created and offered via the network of European Digital Innovation Hubs.
Discussing Horizontal Challenges for unlocking Digital Transformation potencial. At technical side ranging from Artificial Intelligence, Big data and Cybersecurity and at societal level including Digital Literacy, Skills and Social Inclusion.
Joining policy makers, authorities, industry, researchers and the community of users in a unique high level discussion and networking forum, supported by research and innovation cooperation mechanisms that will pave the way for the next digital generation.
Further information and Registration
The Summit is organised by UNINOVA, NOVA School of Science and Technology, Caparica, Portugal.