The Multi Key Enabling Technologies Pilot lines project
Welcome to the website of the multi-KETs pilot lines project. Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) are considered to directly or indirectly stimulate competitiveness and generate jobs, growth and wealth in the economy. However, Europe can make better use of the enabling character of these KETs. Especially bridging the so-called “Valley of Death” to upscale new KET technology based prototypes to commercial manufacturing often is a weak link in successful use of the potential of the KETs.
To bridge this gap, pilot lines are needed to initiate the first experience with the new technologies and enable commercial manufacturing.
This project aims at the preparation of a common understanding of what these pilot lines are and how they can be supported by the European Commission.
Conference: Public support for multi-KETs pilot production: A roadmap to jobs and growth
Register now for the conference on Dec 9, 2014, in Brussels. The conference has limited capacities.
Don’t miss the final Multi-KET Pilot Lines (mKPL) conference, your chance to gain insight into the exciting world of European pilot production. The one-day conference will feature high-level experts from industry sharing experience in pilot activities, as well as keynotes from policy makers with insight into new funding opportunities and strategies.
The entire experience will be moderated and enhanced with the latest findings from the mKPL consortium, leading to a policy roadmap for pilot production support. Attendees will have the unique opportunity to interact with top rated pilot production demonstrators, experienced policy experts and industry representatives.
The conference will take place on Dec 9, 2014, from 9h to 16h in Brussels, Belgium, at the Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia (Rue Montoyer 47, 1000).
It will start with an evening reception on Dec 8. The conference will be free of charge.
Further Information and on-line registration details can be found on this website (click here).