SOFTWARE-CLUSTER INTERNATIONALIZATION STRATEGY (SCIKE)
Innovation through internationalization
Within the framework of the BMBF-funded project SCIKE, the Software-Cluster therefore implements innovation projects with partners from Silicon Valley (USA), Singapore and Bahia (Brazil) from 2017 to 2020. These partner regions offer excellent living labs for data-driven projects. Application partners were found here that offer heterogeneous and interesting big data.
Services for cluster partners
The international co-ordination offices will initiate numerous events on the SCIKE partner regions and topics, and will thus offer a wide networking platform.
Through networking in Silicon Valley (USA), Singapore and Bahia (Brazil) the Software-Cluster will be able to identify potential international project partners more quickly.
The members of the Software-Cluster will be continuously informed about current developments in the internationalization of the Software-Cluster. This website and a newsletter will regularly provide information on topics such as the software-defined platforms, mobile business software for Advanced Manufacturing, IT for energy management as well other ICT-related news from the partner regions.
Concrete results will be
- Application-oriented prototypes in the areas of software-defined platforms (R & D project Silicon Valley), mobile enterprise software for advanced manufacturing (R & D project Singapore) and IT for energy management (R & D project Bahia)
- Extensive experience on best practices and success factors for international cluster cooperation with focus on the partner regions Bahia (Brazil), Singapore and Silicon Valley (USA)
- Comprehensive insights into the potential of software-defined platforms, mobile enterprise software for Advanced Manufacturing and IT for energy management considering needs and interests of the domestic Software-Cluster and its members.