Actions of PET MSO-ED
To achieve its specific objectives, PET MSO-ED’s Strategic and Innovation Plan has identified seven actions that will set the pace of its operation:
Description of the actions
Action 1. General strategy
It aims to establish the general strategies of the global operation, the initiatives, plans and activities to be carried out in accordance with the detection of necessary MSO technologies, and the communication channels between the partners.
Action 2. External projection
It will address the main image elements of the platform to position it abroad, both nationally and internationally. It will also pay special attention to the capabilities of its members and to previous success stories that guarantee the experience of the entities in the use of MSO-ED technologies.
Action 3. Academia-Industry Connection
Promote the detection and attraction of new entities interested in incorporating MSO-ED technologies into their field of work to improve and optimize it, adapting to the new Digital Industry 5.0
Action 4. Analysis and diagnosis of the feasibility of applying MSO-ED technologies
The PET MSO-ED platform has a tutored protocol that allows assessing the suitability of the MSO-ED technologies to support, improve or solve the requested service. This service is manage by its MSO-ED Hub, an open Innovation Services Counter, made up of technology translators, whose providers are expert entities that are members of the Platform. The support offered by this desk will focus on pre-diagnosis and diagnosis.
Action 5. Academia – Industry Collaboration
Channel the demands for collaboration between entities to address their implementation depending on the nature of the problem, its complexity, the degree of confidentiality required, or the urgency of the requesting entity to solve it.
Action 6. Advanced Academia-Industry collaboration
Addresses collaborations on problems of a certain scale, which require a more intensive dedication, or strict confidentiality. Among the options for these collaborations are transfer contracts, the elaboration of proposals for national competitive projects, and proposals for international competitive projects.
Action 7. Internationalization
To favour the internationalization of innovation, both in companies and knowledge centres, all dissemination documentationwill be bilingual, Spanish and English; Surveillance and participation tasks will be carried out in the policy of the European Commission in R
&I and events promoted by it will be attended to promote participation in calls for the Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe programmes. Existing collaboration with international entities will be consolidated and new collaborations will be promoted, especially with European technology platforms.