We participated in the webinar of the INNOSKART CLUSTER

On 11th March 2021 STRIA South Transdanubia Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd. participated in the webinar of the INNOSKART CLUSTER (Székesfehérvár). Representing Com-Forth Ltd., Péter Bóna managing director emphasized the importance of Industry 4.0 and digitization, especially for greenfield investments and the development of companies with old machinery. With the system developed by them, production…

We gave an interview about the SAGA project

At the request of NYERŐMAGYAROK.EU, we gave an interview about our Erasmus + KA2 project SAGA, launched in the autumn of 2020: What does the term “Empty Europe” mean? The trend of rural depopulation is typical of many European countries and regions. These areas face significant demographic and economic challenges, exacerbated by the low quality…

University-industry collaboration

The Policy Learning Platform (PLP) organised its next research and innovation webinar on 11th March 2021 with the focus on university-industry collaboration. This topic is relevant to the second phase of the Medtech4 Europe project (M4E) in which STRIA South Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd. (STRIA) participates as the Hungarian partner. In this second…

Awareness raising for the deployment of e-buses

STRIA South Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd. (STRIA) is the Hungarian partner of the eBussed PGI05948 INTERREG EUROPE project (https://www.interregeurope.eu/ebussed/). This interregional cooperation project focuses on the transition from traditional public bus transport to e- bus fleets. As a project in international cooperation, eBussed aims to exchange experience between the partner regions at various…

Hydrogen the energy source of the future

The EU industry week was organised on 23-26 of February by the European Commission on which STRIA South Transdanubian Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd. (STRIA) also participated as the Hungarian partner of the eBussed Interreg Europe project. The event focused on opportunities to reach the new 2030 target in emission reduction and how the pandemic situation…

Regions 4Food lessons learnt

As part of the Thematic Partnership Traceability & Big Data, the lead partner of the Regions 4Food Interreg Europe project, the Regional Government of Andalusia, presented the project’s experience in an online meeting in early March. STRIA South Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit LTD. (hereinafter: STRIA) also participated in the event as one of the…

Introduction to the West- Transdanubian experiences in Health

The Pannon Business Network Association (PBN) (HU) organized the third study visit and workshop in the frame of the INTENCIVE project (http://www.interregeurope.eu/intencive/). The INTENCIVE project addresses the societal challenge of ageing society combined with decreasing population in rural and other remote areas. There is a need for new user-friendly models, practices and tools for providing…