At Digicampus we are convinced that only by working together will we be able to effectively translate the needs of society into innovative services that wil serve us in the future. We work on issues that go beyond organizational, domain and national boundaries and we remove barriers to innovation. We firmly believe that working together and sharing our knowledge and insights is the only way to accelerate innovations. We therefore provide a place where we can learn together. A place that helps and challenges us to create valuable services for the future.
Digicampus is the place where we design future public services together. We do this
by bringing the government, businesses, science and society together,
with a focus on three societal goals. We support any resulting collaborations with
methods of innovation and (scientific) research.
Our Societal Goals
Our work supports the following societal goals: Give more control to citizens. Simplify interaction with the government. Make the government a strong data partner.
Knowledge development is a precondition for innovation. Digicampus therefore stimulates and facilitates knowledge development to support these three goals via the ‘GovTech and Innovation in Digital Ecosystems’ University Chair. We focus on: knowledge development through scientific research, knowledge sharing through education and valorization.
Which methods help bring people, governments, businesses and science together on the topic of innovation? Digicampus investigates which approach to collaboration and methods are suitable for this purpose. We learn by doing and share our lessons and inspiration.
At Digicampus we aim to provide as much insight as possible into the innovation landscape as well as a clear overview. Our three societal goals drive this. We use an innovation platform named Alkemio. This provides a detailed overview of which challenges stakeholders are working on and what themes are important. Are you working on an experiment or project, or do you want to share important lessons with us? Create an account on Alkemio and add your content to one of the challenges
Collaborative Innovation Summit
Across Europe private organisations, accelerators, researchers, policy makers & executives, entrepreneurs and civilians are working to find solutions to the major challenges facing society today. From climate change to growing debt and COVID-19: in many countries, involving representatives from each of these groups to work on solutions is gaining popularity.
During the first (digital) Collaborative Innovation Summit on October 12th, Digicampus shared the lessons learned by existing collaborations and initiatives within Europe. From a baker in the UK to different collaborations in European countries, you’ll be inspired and engaged! Mark the 12th of October on your calendar and register! Click the button below for videos from the summit