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Strengthening Nordic-Baltic technological ties – spotlight on Lithuania

If anywhere in Europe the engineering and technology industries are thriving despite the challenges of pandemics and disrupted global supply chain – one of them is right in the centre of the continent – Lithuania. The country’s economy has shown its resilience to the pandemic, the technology industry is experiencing strong growth and thus attracts […]


EIT Manufacturing welcomes the Lithuanian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport to its offices in Paris

On 6 December, representatives of EIT Manufacturing met a delegation of the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of Lithuania to identify synergies that can further enhance the innovation capacity of the country. Lithuania is among the top locations for manufacturing with a larger part of its total value added generated by the manufacturing industry, […]

RIS I40 H: How can SMEs & Start-Ups Advance in the Digital Transformation?

The digitalization of production and management processes can significantly help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in coping with crisis periods, as well as prepare them for post-crisis transitions. A consortium of institutions involved in the EIT Manufacturing “RIS Industry 4.0 Hubs” project has led an initiative in the form of specialized digitalization seminars and targeted […]

EIT Manufacturing 2021 DeCoTe

Duration: 01.01.2021-31.12.2021 Allocation to our (IMW) research focus areas: Human-Robot Interaction Motivation The potential of industrial application of lightweight robots is not fully exploited. The reasons are typically a lack of expertise and skepticism (mistrust) about the safety concepts. The DeCoTe consortium aims to increase the acceptance of collaborative robotics among potential users and the […]

EIT 2021 Jumpstarter

The new edition of EIT Jumpstarter, one of the most well-known European pre-accelerator programmes has just been announced. This year candidates can submit their innovative ideas in six thematic categories: healthcare, raw materials, agri-food, energy, manufacturing and urban mobility. Applications can be sent until 16 April. EIT Jumpstarter, recognized as the 2019 Best Association Training […]


Lithuania – discover new supply chain partners. Engineering and technology success stories and the latest achievements

Baltic Automotive Components Cluster together with German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania (AHK), Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Germany and LINPRA organized an online webinar for companies in engineering and technology fields. The seminar is useful to all businesses interested in doing business in […]


Initiative for European Recovery from COVID-19

EIT Manufacturing, EFFRA and Manufuture ETP signed an initiative letter regarding the Next Generation EU recovery instrument for European Recovery from COVID-19. On 21stJuly 2020, the EU leaders agreed on an ambitious plan to repair the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. “Next Generation EU” aims primarily at kick-starting the economy and protecting employment. […]

Project ideas introduced at EIT Manufacturing workshop

#EIT #EITmanufacturing #regionalinnovationscheme #RIS EIT Manufacturing Innovation Workshops organized by LINPRA and Kaunas University of Technology took place this week in order to encourage Lithuanian companies, educational institutions, start-ups to initiate and develop projects relevant to industry, search for partners and possibilities within EIT Manufacturing. ✔️ The focus was on the INNOVATION workshop, attended by 8 companies with their innovative technology […]

LINPRA @ 4 EIT Manufacturing projects

LINPRA is currently a partner in 4 EIT Manufacturing projects, in which we invite members of association and other stakeholders to participate. Gazelle Accelerator (Accelerate and grade-up existing technology-based companies (SMEs and Start-ups) to create European Gazelles): The project aims to accelerate the transformation of European industry by encouraging large companies to work with innovative start-ups. […]