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Associação para o Pólo das Tecnologias de Informação, Comunicação e Electronica TICE.PT (TICE.PT)

Portugal: Centre (Portugal)
Vasco Lagarto

Overview

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About us

The TICE.PT aims to promote and leverage networking strategies for the sector. Network between companies and R&D centers, in order to induce a renewal active in national economic context, producing positive effects on national offering, enhanced by innovation and knowledge, creating export capacity and added value in domestic products.  

Formalised strategy
Strategy focus on internationalisation
Support services for upskilling and reskilling of companies workforce
  • Competence development
  • Talent Attraction
  • Involvement in a local skills strategy

Cluster composition

  • 88
    Cluster Members
  • 32
    SME's
  • 15
    Large Companies
  • 18
    Research Organisations, Universities, Technology Centers
  • 23
    Other Ecosystem Actors

Achievements

560inbusiness Platform

Bikeemotion

Projectos Ancora - Tice Mobilidade e TICE Healthy

PortugalClusters inicial Committee

DIHs

Management team

Vasco Lagarto
Cluster Manager
Pedro Roseiro
Internationalisation Responsible
Paulo Nunes
ECCP Responsible Person
Liliana Costa

Sectorial and industrial focus

Sectoral Industries
Information and communication:J61 Telecommunications - Other service activities:S94 Activities of membership organisations
Technology fields
B\: Performing operations; transporting:Nanotechnology - G\: Physics:Information and communication technology [ICT] specially adapted for specific application fields
S3 EU priority areas
Digital transformation:Artificial intelligence, cognitive systems, augmented and virtual reality, visualisation, simulation, gamification & interaction technologies - Digital transformation:ICT trust, cyber security & network security - KETs:Nanotechnology
Cross-sectoral industries
Blue Growth Industries

Services

Support services provided

Facilitation of collaboration between members (within the cluster)
Facilitation of external collaboration (beyond cluster) such as matchmaking
Communication
Support of Research, Development and Innovation

Support services for upskilling and reskilling of companies workforce

Competence development - Talent Attraction - Involvement in a local skills strategy

Support programmes

EU Programmes

European Programmes
H2020 CIP/COSME INTERREG

Name & description

Portugal2020 - Portuguese National Programme FEEI (ESIF)

Project name

Interreg Sudoe ICT4Silver

Elderly related economy (or Silver Economy) arises as a great economic opportunity for the South-West of Europe once it will have the oldest population of the Europe in 2050. In this context, the ICT4SILVER proposes to perform elderly and carers needs identification in different areas (especially those living in rural areas) and develop pilots with around 30 SMEs from five different regions. This will allow to create and market products and services based on ICT tailored to the needs of this population.

Project’s total budget is 1.331.000 €, funded by the INTERREG SUDOE (ERDF) with 998.250 € and will last from the 1st July 2016 till 31st December 2018. The project consortium is composed by:

·         Agence de Développement et d'Innovation Aquitaine Limousin Poitou-Charentes (FR)

·         GIP Autonom'Lab (FR)

·         Home Care Lab, S. Coop  (ES)

·         Fundació Knowledge Innovation Market Barcelona (ES)

·         Fundación Tecnalia Research & Innovation (ES)

·         Asociación de Industrias de las Tecnologías Electrónicas y de la Información del País Vasco (ES)

·         Associação TICE.PT (PT)

·         Cluster TIC Santé Aquitain (FR)

·         Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave (PT)

Cosme DISCp

The main objective of the project is to build-up a partnership of world leading clusters to configure a “European Strategic Cluster Partnership – Going International” focused on internationalization of digital technologies applied to manufacturing and industry (also called “Industry 4.0”). This European Strategic Cluster Partnership (ESCP-4i) will lead clusters to increase their competitiveness and innovation potential for internationalization with a European coherence, fostering international cooperation among SMEs, and enhancing innovation.

Project’s total budget is 266.634,37 €, funded by the Cosme Programme  with 199.974,48 € and will last from the 1st December 2017 till 31st November 2019. The project consortium is composed by:

  • Pole Solutions Comunicantes Securisees – Pole SCS (FR)
  • Associacion Basque de empreas del sector del videojuego - Associacion basquegama (ES)
  • Centro Servizi Industrie – Mesap (IT)
  • BalticNet Plasmatec – BNPT (GER)
  • Malardalen Indrustrial technology Center – MITC – (SWE)

POCTEP IoTEC

El objetivo general del proyecto IOTEC es generar una red de actores científicos y tecnológicos en el ámbito de Internet de las Cosas (IoT) entre las regiones de Castilla y León y Centro de Portugal que permita:

  • Generar conocimiento y personal especializado en I+D+i en tecnologías IoT y fomentar su transferencia tecnológica
  • Promocionar la I+D+i en tecnologías IoT en el tejido empresarial e industrial regional, enfocado a PYMEs que trabajan en el ámbito TIC y PYMEs industriales innovadoras
  • Crear un plan interregional de actuación en I+D+i para generar un ecosistema de trabajo en proyectos de IoT, así como mantener actuaciones de promoción y difusión de las tecnologías IoT.

Project’s total budget is 1.544.817,57 €, funded by the Interreg V POCTEP  with 1.158.613,18 €.  This Project will last 3 years. The project consortium is composed by:

  • Universidad de Salamanca (ES)
  • Fundación CARTIF (ES)
  • Federación de Asociaciones de Empresas de Tecnologías de la Información, Comunicaciones y Electrónica de Castilla y León (AETICAL) (ES)
  • Agencia de Innovación, Financiación e Internacionalización de Castilla y León (ES)
  • Instituto Pedro Nunes (PT)
  • InovCluster- Associação do Cluster Agro-Industrial do Centro (PT)

Cooperation activities

International cooperation

Targeted countries

Brazil
Republic of Korea (South Korea)
United States

Transnational cooperation

Targeted countries

Denmark
France
Germany
Spain
Sweden

Transnational support activites

Participation at missions/events/study visits/fairs

International support activites

Support to collaborative activities/etc.

Upcoming events

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Latest news and documents

News Published: 01.02.2019
Challenges of European SMEs on internationalisation in the Silver Economy