Strengthening Research, Technological Development and Innovation

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  • Project duration: August 2019 - March 2022
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  • Funding:

    ITAT1042 | INTERREG IT - AT | Axis 1 - Research and innovation

  • Total project budget: €537,000.00

Project description

The aim of the project "FuturCRAFT - Strengthening Research, Technological Development and Innovation" is to define possible future scenarios of occupational profiles in the skilled crafts sector and to present them in a tangible way. Thanks to these scenarios, a basic understanding of the future development of skilled crafts professions is to be created and concretely shown how employees can qualify for the digital world of work. The project is intended to create the basis for craft enterprises in the project regions to become actively involved in shaping Craft 4.0 in their companies and to qualify their employees for the digital world of work.

The FuturCRAFT project is funded within the framework of the EU project Interreg V-A Italia-Austria 2014-2020.

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INTERREG IT-AT – Axis 1 Research and Innovation


  • lvh Bildung und Service Gen. (Lead Partner) (IT)
  • Eurac Research, (Center for Advanced Studies) (IT)
  • Confartigianato Vicenza (IT)
  • t2i - Technologie Transfer und Innovation,Veneto (IT)
  • ITG Salzburg (Innovations- und Technologietransfer Salzburg) (A)
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