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"The Internet of Things and projects within the Horizon 2020. Creation of the first innovative hub of Internet of Things in Ukraine", December 9, 2016, Lviv

Date and time: December 9, 2016, 10.00 - 15.00 Venue: National University "Lviv Polytechnic" Lviv, st. Bandera 12 room. 226

Registration until December 8 at the link:

The aim of project is to bring together local IOT stakeholders lay the groundwork for the development of innovative ecosystem in Lviv region through the establishment of an Regional Manufacturing innovative hub of Internet of Things which will be a centre of new information technologies and allows to increase the quality of regional ecosystem and straight digital manufacturing in the region. It will be a platform for business, production and education collaboration.
Perform assessment of the feasibility of new Hub-laboratory Internet of things (HULIT) in Lviv region.
Develop of Hub’s business model.
Facilitate cooperation between local research institution, manufacturing SMEs and mid-caps and other stakeholders and involve more actors in process of HULIT establishment and development.
Facilitate user-supplier partnerships across value-chains in Lviv region.
 Setting up transformation process of imaginary demand on IT market of Lviv region in real one.
Facilitate cross-border cooperation between participants of I4MS network and other international IoT stakeholders.
HULIT – is new Hub-laboratory Internet of things. It will be a platform for business, production and education collaboration. The aim of the HUB is to support IoT and digital manufacturing as competitive advantage for SME’s manufacturers and mid-caps. 
Workshop  will be held in Ukrainian language. Please see Ukrainian version of this article to see the details.
The Agenda in Ukrainian language is available at:
Detailed information about the project in Ukrainian language:

Ivan Kulchytsky, . 0509292396, Email:

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