Intelligent robots meet creative icepops
A varied selection of Industry 4.0 projects was showcased at the Heidelberg Innovation Forum. The companies presenting their business ideas in Heidelberg were not only hoping to gain expert feedback – they were also looking to forge links with investors, pilot customers and sales partners: read more >>
MFG Innovation Agency in the social web
Baden-Württemberg at CeBIT 2014
Tapped mobiles, data encryption, biometric identification systems – at this year’s CeBIT, no-one could fail to notice the dramatic surge of interest in IT security. The strict German data protection guidelines have given German companies a competitive edge, which the IT industry in Baden-Württemberg has also used to its advantage in raising its profile: >> read more
Outstanding ideas in technology promoting culture in Europe
A culture app for rail travellers and a lifestyle magazine for deaf culture available in audio visual format are the German winners of the @diversity awards. The EU Commission launched the pan-European ideas competition with the aim of inspiring innovative ICT solutions that help promote culture: >> read more
Direct contact with readers through self-publishing
Self-publishing portals allow authors to publish and sell their work as e-books without involving publishers at all. The new business model is an opportunity not only for newcomers and niche authors to have direct contact with their readers: >> read more
News and Features
New Commission study identifies Europe's top ICT hubs, Karlsruhe ranks number four.
The Creative Industries Network Baden-Württemberg organises and supports a colorful range of events.
Datability, the principal focus of this year’s digital fair in Hanover, was dominated by the issue of security. Efficient but secure data management is a feature of Baden-Württemberg’s IT industry.
A culture app for rail travellers and a lifestyle magazine for deaf culture are the German winners of the @diversity Awards.