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Smart Everything Everywhere organizes Digital Romania International Forum III

Smart Everything Everywhere will organize a new edition of the Digital Romania International Forum on September 17 in Bucharest.

2018-09-14 15:18:59

"Women Leadership in Industry 4.0" is organized in the context of Romania having the second highest representation of women in the digital sector in the EU, at 26.3 per cent as of 2016.
"It is time for this subject to become a national, regional, and European priority - and Romania, alongside the Three Seas member states, can lead the way, contributing to the development and progress of the Union," says SEE.

The first edition of the Digital Romania International Forum — Industry 4.0 was organized under the auspices of the Romanian Government in 2016. The Forum was keynoted by Klaus Iohannis, President of Romania; Dacian Ciolos, Prime Minister of Romania; and Gunther Oettinger, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society. The 2016 forum focused on three key areas for the future of digitizing Romanian industry: smart/connected cars, smart cities, and agritech.

Last year, the Digital Romania International Forum II tackled domains in full bloom at an international level: eHealth, Smart Manufacturing, Smart Cities, Smart Defense. Another topic discussed was the role of industry and entrepreneurship in the context of Romania's Presidency of the EU Council.



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