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The Digital Innovation Networks Forum
Exploring NGI priorities and innovation approaches
for a more human Internet

Digital Innovation Networks are multi-disciplinary and multi-sector networks of people, technologies and enterprises aiming to advance Internet technology and innovation processes to address key socio-economic challenges and opportunities.

The Digital Innovation Networks Forum will be a pre-event of the Net Futures 2017 and will be held in Brussels on the 27th June (13:30h – 17:30h CEST). It aims to create a strongly connected pan-European ecosystem that collectively understands what is needed to build digital innovation networks for the NGI, and how they can operate to address the major challenges for society as a result of progressive digitisation and the evolution of the Internet. This will be achieved by gathering leading Internet Researchers and Innovators to share their NGI vision, opportunities and concerns through presentations, debates and interactive round tables. Technical, socio-economic and innovation topics will be covered leading to identification of the research challenges ahead and recommendations for digital innovation network structure and policies.

The event has become so popular that it is being broadcast via webinar for those that cannot attend in person. The details are as follows.

Please register for The Digital Innovation Networks Forum Webinar that takes place Jun 27, 2017 1:30 PM CEST at:

The DIN Forum Webinar here.

An interactive broadcast exploring Next-Generation Internet priorities and innovation approaches for a more human Internet.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Related to discussion topics, the FIRE STUDY has published the Digital Innovation Networks White Paper. Download the White Paper and find other details about the Digital Innovation Networks Forum on the event website at: ict-fire.eu/din17


The Digital Innovation Networks Forum; June 27, 2017 @ 13:30 – 17:30
Regus Brussels IT Tower - Louise I&II (ground floor)
Avenue Louise 480; 1050 Brussels, Belgium


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