The Project

The DANS Model is a Quadruple Helix model that is especially suitable to innovation processes where citizens’ needs are central. The partnership will communicate the story of the DANS Model via a range of media channels and show how regions in the NSR can adapt the model to increase society’s capacity for innovation. DANS ON consists of partners from Sweden, Germany, Norway, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

The DANS ON project will build on and promote the DANS Model; one of the main results of the Digital Agenda for the North Sea (DANS) Cluster project.
Read more about the DANS Model

Aim

The aim of the DANS ON project is to disseminate how the DANS Model stimulates innovation in the North Sea Region by demonstrating how the DANS Model has been applied and implemented in practice.

Through three Work Packages (WPs) the DANS ON project will communicate WHY the DANS Model should be used in practice in innovation processes and HOW the DANS Model can be applied. This will lead to wider communication of the DANS Model, dissemination of “the story of the DANS Model”, demonstration of how different partners can make use of the DANS Model in new contexts and declaration of the DANS Model’s ability to contribute to European, national and regional policies. The DANS Model’s adaptability and transferability will be a central theme of the project.

Work Packages

Work Package Title – Responsible beneficiary

WP 1 Project Management – Värmland County Administrative Board

WP 2 Publicity and Communications – Värmland County Administrative Board

WP 3 Transferability – Agency of Technology and Networking (atene KOM)

Partners

Värmland County Administrative Board

Agency of Technology and Networking (atene KOM)

Hedmark County Council

Aberdeen City Council

Groningen Internet Exchange

Hanze University

Advisory Board

The Advisory Board of the DANS ON project consists of experts from the North Sea Region. The experts on the Advisory Board are selected by the project because of their ability to communicate and transfer the result to new target groups and stakeholders within and beyond the North Sea Region. The Advisory Board consists of representatives from the public sector, academia and the private sector.

Members of the Advisory Board

Tillväxtverket (Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth)

Karlstad University

Intercommunale Leiedal

AMK Innovate Network

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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