INNOVATING AND CREATING the technology of tomorrow
Wallonia boasts a wealth of human and financial resources to drive business performance. More specifically, Wallonia can take advantage of the know-how of the sectors of fundamental research, applied research, public or private laboratories, high-standard university courses as well as its competence centres to shore up your innovative developments.
The competitiveness clusters: Wallonia ranks high among the knowledge regions:
A growth dynamic was triggered back in 2005 by the government in order to put Wallonia up there among the knowledge regions, thanks to 6 competitiveness clusters:
- Aeronautics and Space (Skywin)
- Agrifood (Wagralim)
- Life sciences (Biowin)
- Transport and Logistics (Logistics in Wallonia)
- Mechanical engineering (Mecatech)
- Environmental Technologies (GreenWin)
These clusters develop innovative projects carried by consortia of public and private players (companies, university research units, training centres).
The aim is to adopt a shared vision with the aim of creating the technology of tomorrow. http://clusters.wallonie.be