Associations open to KTH researchers
KTH Digitalisation Platform collaborates with several associations within digitalisation. Many of these partners arrange activities, workshops and seminars which you as KTH researcher can participate in. Here we have gathered some partners and inform you how you can benefit from the Digitalisation Platform's collaboration with them.
The KTH Digitalisation Platform is a member of BDVA/DARIO, Big Data Value Organisation. BDVA/DARIO is an industry-driven international not–for-profit organisation. It focuses on enabling the digital transformation of the economy and society through Data and Artificial Intelligence by advancing in areas such as big data and AI technologies and services, data platforms and data spaces, Industrial AI, data-driven value creation, standardisation, and skills. The organisation arranges activities, workshops and seminars that you as a researcher at KTH can participate in for free since the platform is a member.
The KTH Digitalisation Platform is a member of Smart Networks and Services Industry Association (6G-IA). 6G-IA is the voice of European Industry and Research for next generation networks and services. Its primary objective is to contribute to Europe’s leadership on 5G, beyond 5G and SNS/6G research.
The 6G-IA represents the private side in both the 5G Public Private Partnership (5G-PPP) and the Smart Networks and Services Joint Undertaking (SNS JU). In the 5G-PPP and SNS JU, the European Commission represents the public side.
The 6G-IA brings together a global industry community of telecoms & digital actors, such as operators, manufacturers, research institutes, universities, verticals, SMEs and ICT associations.
The 6G-IA carries out a wide range of activities in strategic areas including standardization, frequency spectrum, R&D projects, technology skills, collaboration with key vertical industry sectors, notably for the development of trials, and international cooperation.
The KTH Digitalisation Platform is a member of Swedsoft. Swedsoft is an independent non-profit organisation with the mission to increase the competitiveness of Swedish software. Its members are companies, academia and the public sector in Sweden, including KTH. As a member of Swedsoft you can, among other things, take part of our seminars, events and contribute to reports and comment letters. As a KTH researcher, you can take part in this for free since the platform is a member.
In 2022, Swedsoft introduced Swedsoft Expert Network with the aim to create mutual exchange between the members and experts in the subjects Cybersecurity and Skills development.
KTH is part of the European Smart Networks and Services Joint Undertaking (SNS JU), a Public-Private Partnership that aims to facilitate and develop industrial leadership in Europe in 5G and 6G networks and services. The SNS JU funds projects that shape a solid research and innovation (R&I) roadmap and deployment agenda by engaging a critical mass of European stakeholders and facilitating international cooperation on various 6G initiatives.
KTH researchers can actively contribute towards the SNS JU goals and participate in project calls, events, and activities.