DANS cluster - Digital Agenda for the North Sea

Summary

Welcome to the “Digital Agenda for the Northsea (DANS)” cluster project!

The DANS cluster project partners are pleased to keep you posted on project developments and information related to the topic of the “digital agenda” in the partner regions.

For detailed information about the project please have a look at "About DANS" cluster and the DANS cluster project flyer.

In co-operation with:

Creative City ChallengeE-CLICSmart Cities




Funded by:
Interreg IVBEuropean Union - The European Regional Development Fund

 
   

Results from the Online-Questionnaire available online

The results from the DANS Cluster online questionnaire are online now.

Read more: Results from the Online-Questionnaire available online

   

Publication: THE DANS MODEL - Introducing the Citizen as a Fourth Helix in a Quadruple Helix Model

This Quadruple Helix model has been created by the Digital Agenda for the North Sea (DANS) cluster project, a transnational project, co-financed by the INTERREG IVB North Sea Region programme. Three INTERREG IVB projects, Creative City Challenge, E-CLIC, and Smart cities form the basis of the DANS  cluster, with the aim to provide a solid basis for the implementation of the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE), in the North Sea Region. One of the objectives in the DANS cluster project is to develop and disseminate a DANS collaboration model for the implementation of the Digital Agenda for Europe on a local and regional level, to further maximize the social and economic potential of ICT by promoting ICT innovation.

Read more: Publication: THE DANS MODEL - Introducing the Citizen as a Fourth Helix in a Quadruple Helix Model

   

Conference: Digital Agenda going local – Examples from the North Sea Region

08 March 2013, Planet MID, Expo Plaza, Hanover, Germany

DANS cluster project - final conference. The fields of creativity, innovation, digital services and e-government are central to the economic development of the European Union as well as to its future policy until 2020. The Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE) in particular, is a key element of European policy – a so-called Flagship Initiative – which is of strategic value to the North Sea Region (NSR) as well, due to the fact that services related to the DAE continuously generate employment, fight social exclusion and contribute to economic development and territorial cohesion. Furthermore, the DAE helps the EU to promote modern communication technologies for increased access to services and hence improving life quality in the NSR. It will lead to a substantial change of regional development in the ways the North Sea Region currently implements the DAE.

Read more: Conference: Digital Agenda going local – Examples from the North Sea Region

   

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