The ultimate goal of RODIN communication strategy is to achieve the most effective and valuable collaboration and communication approach with selected IA's, while keeping in mind sustainability and usability of the brand after the project ends. RODIN has monitored outreach and communication performance and continuously gathered feedback from the IA’s via communication working group to address ongoing challenges in dissemination and find the best approach to address joint outreach objectives.
This document attempts to summarise the impact upon EC collaborative projects and, particularly, the Networks of DIHs due to the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement and subsequent trade deal between the EC and the UK.
Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) have been one of the key mechanisms of the European Commission and Member States to support the digitization and adoption of advanced technologies of EU industry. With the new upcoming Digital Europe Programme, the European Commission has proposed and started the process of creating a network of approximately 200 European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs) (see EC draft working document on EDIHs in DEP here). The EDIHs are envisioned as a one-stop-shop that supports industry and public sector in their digital transformation and the uptake of advanced technologies such as AI, HPC, and cybersecurity. The EDIHs, financially supported by the DEP and the Member States, represent a new entity in the EU DIH ecosystem.