‘Co-creating Digital Transformation’ is the final conference organised by the Interreg Europe Enhancing Rural and Urban Digital Innovation Territories (ERUDITE) to discuss and present the solutions and strategies developed through the project. Project partners and European, national and regional experts will meet in Dijon (France) on 4-6 June to together examine the key issue of whether the digital transformation will be achieved through cooperation or competition between rural and metropolitan Europe.
The meeting will include interactive and working group sessions as well as two different study visits (one at the Innovation Crunch Lab of the Technical University of Belfort Monbéliard in Sevenans and the other at the Filature 2.0, an old factory in the municipality of Ronchamps). The last day will be entirely organised in Lormes with the participation of the European Network for Rural Development (ENRD). Lormes is a pilot model for smart villages and the visit aims to experience how a specific community has embarked on a participative process to co-design a village of the future and the way different aspects of the local digital ecosystem can be used to support public services.
For more information, visit the event webpage.