Welcome to GrowIn 4.0's webspace. GrowIn 4.0 is a project co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014 - 2020.

The manufacturing industry is very important for the North Sea Region economy and remains a driver for growth.

The focus of the GrowIn 4.0 project will be the common challenges manufacturing SMEs throughout the NSR face today, and the opportunities they bring. Many of these SMEs are moving toward the fourth industrial revolution - Industry 4.0 - which is regarded as the industry of tomorrow.

If the manufacturing industry in the NSR is to remain competitive, we need to capture the potential for productivity and growth that Industry 4.0 appears to offer. There is a profound need for an experience based and smart gathering of efficient methods, tools and knowledge to guide SMEs in their transformation towards Industry 4.0.

GrowIn 4.0 aims to build strong competences and tools in the participating regions for the benefit of manufacturing SMEs. The approach is to establish a strong partnership which pools knowledge on the manufacturing industry and Industry 4.0. Main challenges and solutions in regards of implementing Industry 4.0 will be investigated.

The resulting collections of new or improved methods and tools - developed in interaction with SMEs - will be universal within different areas of the NSR.

Latest Project News

First Local Stakeholder meeting in Central Denmark Region

Monday, October 22, 2018
Thinking Growth

Thursday the 27th of September, Central Denmark Region held its first local stakeholder meeting. The focus was on updates on each work package in the …

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Flanders local stakeholders meet twice in 2018

Wednesday, September 5, 2018
Thinking Growth

The Flemish partners in the GrowIn 4.0 project invited local stakeholders twice this year. The first time to the fair 'Advanced Engineering' on 17th o…

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Representatives of all work packages and regions gather to make selection of tools to be used

Wednesday, September 5, 2018
Thinking Growth

In July we had a meeting with representatives of all work packages and regions in Cambridge. The goal was to discuss the tools and methods collected i…

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