In the quest for resilience through increasing strategic capacity, the EU needs to take action to defend its industrial competitiveness and emerge stronger from the Covid crisis.
Globally, all economies today are ruled by the extremely fast development of advanced technologies. Europe’s industry has a global competitive advantage in high value-added products and services, whilst having strong innovation capacity.
In this context, the Advanced Technologies for Industry (ATI) project investigated the performance of the EU and its industries in sixteen advanced technologies and compared it to the its international competitors such as the USA and China.
As part of EU Industry Week, ATI’s policy webinar on the 31 March at 15:00 CET will discuss the results of the most recent analysis.
15.00 - Welcome and introduction to the ATI project
Evangelos Meles, Policy Officer, European Commission - DG GROW
15:10 - Production and uptake of advanced technologies in Europe: insights from the ATI project
- Kincsö Izsak, Principal Researcher, Technopolis Group
- Giorgio Micheletti, Consulting Director, IDC
International Outlook (USA and China)
- Prof. Pierre Alexandre Balland, University of Utrecht (focus on USA)
- Dr. habil. Henning Kroll, Fraunhofer ISI (focus on China)
16:00 – Roundtable discussion
16:55 - Closing
Register for the webinar here.