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As part of the KIA Digitalisation, broad-based programmes are being developed to address innovation issues in a number of top sectors. 

Below you find programmes at various stages of development.

Decentralised Technology

A cross-sectoral top-level programme for decentralised technology is of great importance for Dutch society and economy.

Decentralised technology affects almost all sectors, according to a TNO assessment, and there are overarching challenges to be overcome before large-scale implementation is possible. The technology is still young and will reach maturity in the coming years. A broad-based programme will help ensure that the Netherlands is ready for the adoption and sound use of decentralised technology.

Download the (Dutch) management summary here

CS4NL - Cyber Security for the Netherlands

Cyber security is an important prerequisite for a secure, rapidly digitising society. The importance and urgency applies to all top (sectors). For example, societal transitions often depend on digitalisation, and therefore rely on cyber security to be in order.

Existing technologies and new, innovative solutions are needed. To make efficient and effective use of resources from the national government, industry and knowledge institutes, top sectors work together in CS4NL in a multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral way.

Collaboration on specific innovations takes place through NWO and TKI calls.

More on CS4NL
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