Rome Technopole is an R&D project proposed by the regional system of public and private universities and EPRs, industrial associations, industries and enterprises, the Lazio Region, the Municipality of Rome, and the regional Chambers of Commerce, aimed at generating a qualitative leap forward in the Lazio Region in all innovation processes geared to sustainable development, 'smart specialisation', and the upgrading and revitalisation of the industrial sector, with a specific focus on three thematic areas characterised by the highest qualification and most robust industrial presence in the region: Energy Transition, Digital Transition, and Health & Biopharma.
The Rome Technopole project aims to create a regional innovation ecosystem through which can achieve the three macro-priority objectives for Lazio:
- to foster a repositioning process of regional industrial and production realities towards higher value-added segments and markets through processes of adaptation of know-how and technologies of excellence;
- to make Lazio a "great European innovation region" with an international dimension
- to guide Lazio along internationalisation paths that orient the renewed competitive capacity of the industrial sector towards markets of strategic interest.