IN4.0 project on the modernization of the naval industry launched this week in Vigo
Adaptation of Industry 4.0 model to the naval sector
Project Intelligence Naval 4.0 - IN 4.0 - is launched this week in Vigo with the participation of several representatives of the naval sector from Spain, France, Portugal, United Kingdom and Ireland.
This project is led by Diputación Provincial de Pontevedra in Galicia, Spain, and aims to promote the modernization of the naval sector through the implementation of actions that help to transform SMEs in 4.0, identifying barriers that prevent the innovation of business model of naval sector, improving the companies` productive processes, transforming the work organization systems, knowledge and commercialization, as well as training workers of the naval sector in new occupations /tasks. IN4.0 project has a total budget of 2.5 million euros to invest in the next 3 years.
This project is co-financed by the European regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the INTERREG Atlantic Area Programme.
Published on: 2017-11-22
Building a sustainable and cohesive Atlantic: why do Interreg Atlantic projects matter?
AYCH project supports young entrepreneurs from 8 Atlantic regions
Financial seminar for beneficiaries and controllers of the Interreg Atlantic Area Second Call for projects
The General Directorate of European Funds of the Ministry of Finance will organize a Financial Seminar
Updated IT Platform for Progress Reports and Payment Claims
13.09.2019, Avilés, Spain
This event will be focused on the integration of social clauses within the local procurement procedures
SAVE THE DATE! Further information will be provided soon.
Available in four languages it highlights the news and events relevant to the scope of the Interreg programme and its projects
Atlantic Area project AYCH featured as an example of good practice in the entrepreneurship category
The future of transnational cooperation: what impact in a changing Europe?
Partners are working to build an export corsortia involving SMEs promoting the competitiveness of the shipbuilding sector