E-Mobilitätscluster Rückblick (E-Mob)

First virtual transnational technology transfer workshops with experts from the Chain Reactions Consortia


cross sectoral international exchange of experiences

The first transnational pilot on October 14, 2020, starts a series of three virtual online transnational technology transfer workshops with experts from the Chain Reactions Consortia.

The technology tranfers workshops are organized by the R-Tech GmbH and two partners from Gliwice and Pilsen with relevant contribution of the two other project partners. The workshops will be organized virtually by online cloud tools. The transfer focusses on cross sectoral topics, the sector electromobility and the sector energy systems. Each partner will take care to organize one expert for each of this three workshops. By this methology external knowledge can be spread most efficiently. The workshops are organized virtually, and are open to all member of the Chain Reactions partners and to its local Innovation Grow Alliances, Clusters and R&D Networks.

The workshops will be structured in a presentation held by a local expert, a Question & Answers session and a concluding idea generation session. In order to maximize the output generated by the workshops and to promote the transfer of ideas to practical projects, various methodological tools are integrated. The focus of the first workshop will be on the analysis of the participating companies current situation, the evaluation of their different capabilities and the market situation. The second and third workshops are designed to use the knowledge gained from this analysis for the development of business ideas. This ideation and development phase forms the foundation of new projects and business collaborations. To conclude, the expected outpout should include potential business ideas, value propostions and a portfolio of new technologies with potential.

At the first virtual workshop on 14th of october Paweł Słaby, Jaworzno City Hall, held a speech about the "Bright future of electromobility in Jaworzno". After that Dipl. Ing. Jan Michalik, Ph.D. from the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen talked about "Electrical Engineering Technologies with High-Level of Embedded Intelligence for Transportation". The last lecture treated "Future challenges for the energy supply network and integration of electromobility" held by Markus Henneke and Andreas Bauer (Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule, OTH Regensburg).

After that a session of questions, answers and analyses followed, moderated by Maximilian Giehrl (R-Tech GmbH). The workshop with the 31 participants concluded with perspectives and next steps.

The second workshop will take place in February.


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