Representatives of the University of Turin and the Polytechnic, Chambers of Commerce, Innovation Poles and the Piedmont Region were invited to the table.



The DIH Piedmont presented some qualitative data of the survey carried out by them on more than 300 SMEs from Piedmont and has highlighted some critical aspects for the transition to manufacturing 4.0, which are mainly of an organizational and cultural nature, as well as registering the difficulty of these companies to work online.
The discussion continued among the participants at the table along two paths: in the first, stakeholders were asked to witness the transformation underway according to their point of observation and in the second they were asked for an opinion on the needs of the system, to try to draw - even if charcoal - the characteristics of the activities that the Smart Space project is organizing.