Dihnamic is a hub of innovation, training and technology transfer players in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, offering businesses, particularly SMEs, a range of services designed to facilitate access to a range of artificial intelligence-based technologies to accelerate and guide the digital and ecological transitions in industry.

  • Project duration: 3 years (2023-2026) 
  • Total budget: €3,022,935 
  • EU Financing rate: 70% 


The services offered aim to encourage the emergence of innovations that are human-centred, resource-efficient and resilient, in response to the need for industry to adapt to current economic, ecological and societal challenges. 

Artificiel Intelligence as a service 

Intelligent systems and infrastructures 

Robotics, agile processes and human-system interfaces 

Mock-ups and digital twins 

+1 cross-cutting theme: trusted AI 

ASOI is an associated partner of this project and will be more particularly involve in engaging the whole ecosystem in participating to the different activities of Dihnamic and encouraging the SMEs from the food industry to benefit from the services. 


13 partners          

ADI Nouvelle Aquitaine (coordinator), Aerospace Valley, Alpha RLH, EIT Manufacturinf West, CAP’TRONIC, CATIE, CEA Tech, CETIM Sud-Ouest, tecnalia France, Bordeaux INP, ESTIA, INRIA, ONERA 

5 associated partners 

Agri Sud-Ouest Innovation, Cosmetic Valley, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers Campus de Bordeaux-Talence, METALLICADOUR, Pôle Européen de la Céramique et l’Université de Bordeaux. 



Dihnamic offers companies a range of services to complement those offered by PROPULS, the Platform for Accelerating the Industry of the Future. It includes diagnostics, exchanges with experts, access to demonstration platforms, training, webinars, search for partners and funding, etc. 

Consult and download the catalogue and its 28 service sheets on the official Dihnamic website (link: https://www.dihnamic.eu/fr/services/). This offer is supported by the Dihnamic consortium, which brings together 13 partners. 


Eva Mametz 
Bordeaux, FR 

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