Why attend

Learn more about trends and outlooks for the future in your own field. Benefit from cross-fertilisation of ideas from adjacent areas of smart industries. Network and collaborate with your peers. Come to Helsinki and join the expected over 1,000 participants to this event! See our video.

Eureka Innovation Days offer you:

All this (including catering) for a price of 160 Euros (+VAT) only!

  • New insights on the business and technology development within Smart Industries
  • Forward-looking key-notes as well as the presentation of concrete business cases
  • Opportunities for networking and initiating or developing collaborative projects with companies and/or research organisations from Europe and beyond
  • Support for b2b meetings
  • A large exhibition with examples of latest RD&I projects and their results
  • In-depth views on the future outlook of the European RD&I support programmes
  • Information about funding instruments
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New speakers on board with us: Research Director @MKaraila from #ValmetAutomotion and Mr. Ömer Özgür Çetinoğlu from #TOFAS FCA Fiat Chrycler Automobiles. Looking forward to be inspired by these experts and their messages https://t.co/kyzNqVYdjR
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And more about the #smart & #future #manufacturing on May in Helsinki @EurekaInnoDays https://t.co/IQPx2XjH0E
What does the #future hold for #manufacturing? Read in our magazine contributions from:
🇩🇪MeP Reinhard BütikoferVerified @bueti
🇫🇷Bpifrance @Bpifrance
Peter Marsh @PeterMarsh307 Author
Vesa Perälä @wescu Innovation Hero
and many others https://t.co/SZCpaKuCRY https://t.co/38AC6a77kh
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The Nordic nations are the happiest nations in the world per World Happiness Report 2018 via @nytimes:

#1 Finland 🇫🇮
#2 Norway 🇳🇴
#3 Denmark 🇩🇰
#4 Iceland 🇮🇸
#9 Sweden 🇸🇪

https://t.co/BwWuXRAh5d #NordicMade #cphftw #helyes #icemade #siliconfjord #sthlmtech


Smart Mobility

The world of mobility is changing fast. Urbanisation has left cities struggling with congestion and air pollution. Europe seeks to lead urban transformation towards liveable and car-free cities. Servitisation, electrification and automation of vehicles and vessels is remodelling mobility and the transport of goods. European IT enterprises are also essential to the development of the mobility and transport industry. How will our mobility change in 10 or 20 years?

Smart Health

Demographic changes, progress in medical sciences, and new possibilities of the digital era constitute massive change drivers for the healthcare sector and its suppliers. Physical distances will diminish thanks to the superb connectivity offered by new network technologies. Personalised medicine, wearable devices, big data solutions, diagnostic solutions and artificial intelligence will become integrated, and transform the healthcare sector as we know it today. How can the healthcare industry best serve the growing numbers of customers that will require efficient and affordable healthcare?

Smart Energy

The production, distribution and use of energy is undergoing an unprecedented change in Europe and globally. Key drivers are the needs – at all levels – to reduce the systemic energy consumption patterns and decrease the carbon footprint. Emerging new energy systems will require a completely new level of intelligence, made possible by ever-increasing digitisation. New technologies will open new possibilities to intensify the use of energy in buildings, traffic and industries. At the same time these new, more flexible and multi-faceted energy systems will bring forth new business models, enabling the integration of completely new services to the business of the energy sector.

Smart Industry

The manufacturing industry has been important source of employment and well-being in Europe. In the future, there will be big changes in production processes due to increased automation, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, and overall digitisation of the economy. Furthermore, Europe has the possibility to be a leader in implementing sustainable manufacturing. There are plenty of new opportunities for SMEs and large companies to innovate and compete in this field. Leading the implementation of sustainable manufacturing, European industry can continue to be a crucial source of employment and wellbeing.

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