Your portal to the technologies of the future

DigitalLead is your access point to the entire eco-system of the technologies of the future. Our work takes its point of departure in four trail-blazing focus areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Data Science and High Performance Computing
  • Cyber security

In all our activities, we combine technology with a holistic approach to the succesful development of innovative digital solutions with a focus on business models and processes, ethics, UX and design thinking as well as sustainability and the SDGs. 

Jane Rygaard, Nokia

Jane Rygaard, Nokia

Head of Dedicated Wireless Networks Product Management, Nokia
Collaboration and innovation across reesarch institutions and companies are a necessity in order to maintain a position at the forefront of development.

Clusters based on private/public partnerships, such as DigitalLead, provide us with a valuable platform for the development of innovative concepts and the exchange of industrial experiences and knowledge.
Jens Myrup Pedersen, AAU

Jens Myrup Pedersen, AAU

Associate Professor, Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University
To me as researcher, collaboration with companies is crucial: They ensure that the research we perform is relevant to their reality, and that the solutions we develop are brought into play and actually make a difference.

DigitalLead excel at matching our interests with those of the companies; as an example, we have co-organized several events on cyber security, and every single one has resulted in concrete collaborations that would otherwise not have happened.

+500

MEMBERS

DigitalLead has more than 500 members, from private and public companies to organisations and research and educational institutions.

3,6%

PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH

Companies participating in cluster-organized activities achieve an annual production growth 3.6% higher than similar companies that do not participate in such activities.

4x

INNOVATIVE FORCE

Companies participating in cluster-organized activites are 4 times as likely to be innovative as similar companies that do not participate in such activities.