On Wednesday, April 25th, a presentation of a model which was one of the results of project was held at the Faculty of Economics in Nis.
As a result of the project, four student practices were successfully implemented, while the Faculty of Economics and the NiCAT cluster were given guidelines for further cooperation.
In November 2018, 150 international exhibitors (worldwide), 2000 trade visitors, 1000 consumers are expected, and 10 accompanying conferences, workshops and target-group meetings (B2B and matchmaking) are held in Novi Sad, Serbia. The goal of the SEE IT SUMMIT is to become the networking platform for ICT in South-East Europe, as the city of Novi Sad is known as a hub for ICT in the region. The venue is the Novi Sad Fair (master hall, atrium and congress center) and organizer ResEnva Consulting doo.
Startap Academy is the concept of intensive three-day training for developing business ideas. During training, teams with their ideas have the opportunity to learn how to develop and sell their business idea, how to share roles in the team, what is most important in a business plan, how to present idea to investors.
On February 6, 2018, a conference on digitization in the automotive industry (Industry 4.0.) was held in the Business Innovation Center in Kragujevac.
Conference brought together participants from Serbia and Europe from the automotive and ICT sectors. President of the Steering Committee of the NiCAT was one of the speakers.
On Saturday, 3rd February NiCAT cluster and Deli co-working space organized workshop of the INAT Center from Belgrade, with topic From E-migration to digital transformation.
Speaker was Milena Milicevic, founder of the Innovation Attitude Center (INAT Center) and the INAT Summit Educational Project, which develops the skills of dedicated professionals in the IT industry for a global career in Industries 4.0.
NiCAT Cluster and Faculty of Economics started project Market tech. Project aim is to connect people from the economic sector with the hi tech world.
The companies participating in the project are "NIRI Intelligent Computing", "HostingBuY", "LOGIK business solutions" and "IRVAS International".
The Nis Cluster of Advanced Technologies has been selected by the United Nations Development Program UNDP as an institution that will implement courses for .NET and Java programming in the next year.
In the framework of the Program for Innovation supported by the Innovation Fund, funds were approved in the amount of 1 million Euros for 5 projects. Of the total of 100 applications, among the companies that received funding, there are also two cluster members - INGSoftware with Project FamilyPay and Harder Digital Sova with the project "Intensified Day / Night Digital Camera with Image Enhancement".