HPC4Poland is now a European Digital Innovation Hub
We’re pleased to announce that HPC4Poland has been recognized as a European Digital Innovation Hub by a decision of the European Commission. The initiative, which Apollogic is a part of, was among eighteen hubs in Poland and funded by the European Union, out of 283 candidates. This achievement opens the door to networking and cooperating with other digital transformation experts.
The HPC4Poland Digital Innovation Hub is the first venture in Poland related to the I4MS (ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs) initiative, which supports small and medium-sized enterprises and mid-cap companies from the manufacturing sector in using information and communication technologies (ICT) in their daily business operations. The idea behind HPC4Poland is to create a supra-regional HPC hub in Poland, combining partners’ resources and expertise to turn the vision of Industry 4.0 into reality.
HPC4Poland offers the following services:
- Verifying the company’s business model, organizing service design workshops, creating a technology roadmap for Industry 4.0.,
- Consulting and analysis of the digital maturity of the enterprise according to ADMA (ADvanced MAnufacturing) methodology,
- Co-creating and delivering advanced high-performance computing tools addressing the actual demand of Polish manufacturing companies and public organizations,
- Building prototypes & testing products in extreme conditions unavailable in traditional laboratories,
- Supporting the certification of a new solution and accelerating time-to-market.
HPC4Poland increases the availability of cloud computing tools and brings HPC solutions closer to Polish entrepreneurs, for whom the use of the analytical potential of high-powered computers is an opportunity to increase competitiveness by optimizing logistics and production processes. Together with our partners, we will provide services aimed at enterprises and public administration entities from the Greater Poland, Lubusz and West Pomerania voivodeships. The initiative is particularly important for SME companies, for which running digital simulations is both technologically and financially challenging.
Łukasz Radomski, CEO Apollogic
I’m glad that the teams we’ve built over the years – RapidLab focusing on IoT, IIoT, Edge AI, PCB design and developing products equipped with sensors, cameras & wireless connectivity, theBlue.ai with expertise in artificial intelligence solutions, Cloud Factory creating advanced system solutions in the cloud, and apoQlar specializing in mixed and augmented reality – have given us a strong foundation to support enterprises in digitizing their key business processes.
The project leaders are the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences & Poznan Supercomputing Networking Center. Besides Apollogic, HPC4Poland co-partners are: Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation, Poznan Science and Technology Park, Poznan University of Technology, West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, University of Zielona Góra, “Altum” Foundation, Gdańsk University of Technology, “Technopark Gliwice” Science and Technology Park, Atres Intralogistics, Invenco Engineering, Łukasiewicz Research Network – Poznań Institute of Technology, Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals, District Vocational Education Center in Września, ProCobot and Concordia Design.
- On 07/07/2022