Eye@RIS3: Innovation Priorities in Europe Eye@RIS3: Innovation Priorities in Europe

Eye@RIS3 visualises public investment priorities for innovation across Europe. It enables public managers and stakeholders to position their territory in comparison to other territories and to find potential partners for collaboration. Inside the EU, priorities are linked to the use of the European Regional and Development Funds (ERDF). Data are based on the information found in Smart Specialisation Strategies and related strategic frameworks.  Outside the EU, they depict R&I priorities reported in various government strategy documents.

To allow for easy comparisons with established classifications, priorities are classified using the Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community (NACE rev. 2) and the Nomenclature for the Analysis and Comparison of Scientific Programmes and Budgets (NABS 2007).

 

Last updates: The tool has been fully upgraded in September 2018. Data are continuously updated based on inputs from European regional and national authorities and their stakeholders (also called the "entrepreneurial discovery process" in the literature on smart specialisation).

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EU Countries with Encoded S3 Priorities
EU Regions with Encoded S3 Priorities
Non-EU Countries with Encoded R&I Priorities
Non-EU Regions with Encoded R&I Priorities
Name [NUTS ID] Description Economic Domains Scientific Domains Policy Objectives Source Date of Source
Vest-Agder [NO042] Energy and technology
Energy and technology
D - Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply
   D.35 - Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply
05 - Energy
   05.31 - Energy conservation
   05.32 - Energy efficiency - consumption
...
J - Sustainable innovation
   J.68 - Sustainable energy & renewables
Other study or source: National report on regional specialisations Nov - 2013
Vest-Agder [NO042] Experience industry
Experience industry. tourism, culture and ...
R - Arts, entertainment and recreation
   R.90 - Creative, arts and entertainment activities
   R.91 - Libraries, archives, museums and other cultural activities
   R.93 - Sports activities and amusement and recreation activities
10 - Culture, recreation, religion and mass media
   10.85 - Cultural services
   10.86 - Racial, cultural and social integration, sociology of science, religion, art, sport and leisure; media, language, libraries, archives and cultural policy
   10.87 - Recreational and sporting services
C - Cultural & creative industries
   C.16 - Development of regional cultural & creative industries
   C.17 - Support to link cultural & creative industries with traditional industries
Other study or source: National report on regional specialisations Nov - 2013
Vest-Agder [NO042] ICT
ICT
J - Information and communication technologies
   J.61 - Telecommunications
   J.62 - Computer programming, consultancy and related activities
   J.63 - Information service activities
12 - General advancement of knowledge
   12.104 - Mathematics, computer and information sciences
D - Digital transformation
   D.25 - E-Commerce & SMEs online
   D.26 - e-Government (e.g. e-Procurement, open data & sharing of public sector information)
...
Other study or source: National report on regional specialisations Nov - 2013