Key Innovator for second year
Zeetta Networks has been named for second year running a ‘Key Innovator’ by European Commission’s Innovation Radar for two network technologies developed as part of our participation to the 5G-PICTURE Project:
– Dynamic Slicing engine for the transport domain
– Hierarchical Network Slicing and Virtualisation over heterogeneous network and compute resources
In the official announcement, the Innovation Radar says:
In the near future we will publish the above information about this innovation on the European Commission’s Innovation Radar’s platform (accessed via a website or a smartphone app – iOS or Android).
The name(s) of the beneficiary organisation(s) in the project identified by Innovation Radar as a ‘key innovator’ for this innovation will also be published. Details of the EU-funded project the innovation was developed within will also appear on the platform (project acronym, project title, project description and project end-date).
The information will be accessible to the public via this platform from 26 February 2021, joining the 3600+ EU-funded innovations already showcased on the platform. If your organisation is already featured in the Innovation Radar, the innovation listed above will be added to the EU-funded innovations of your organisation that are already accessible on the platform.
The Innovation Radar platform builds on the information and data gathered by independent experts involved in reviewing ongoing research and innovation projects funded by the European Commission. These experts also provided an independent view regarding the innovations in the projects and their market potential (more information about the Innovation Radar methodology is available here).
The aim is to make information about EU-funded innovations from high-quality projects visible and accessible to the public via the EU’s Innovation Radar platform. This will show citizens the many excellent technological and scientific advances being delivered by researchers and innovators around Europe, funded on their behalf by the European Commission. This initiative has the support of EU Members States and, to date, Ministers from 23 countries have signed the Innovation Radar declaration confirming their support for this initiative.
We believe that your organisation’s inclusion in this initiative could open up new opportunities for you to partner with business or academic organisations and trigger interest from potential customers or investors in your innovations. Above all it will demonstrate to a global audience the innovative work your organisation is active in delivering.