Us, together, digital.

Welcome at Digital Innovation Ostbayern (DInO)!

Our mission is to support digital transformation and innovation in rural areas of Eastern Bavaria. As European Digital Innovation Hub, we are a dynamic bridge between industry and research. We are committed to bringing knowledge and technology to our region.

Our project creates an open environment where companies, public institutions and stakeholders from different industries come together to transform digital ideas into innovative solutions. With our expertise, resources and networks, we work with you to accelerate digital transformation, increase competitiveness and strengthen the spirit of innovation in our region.

As a consortium of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology, the Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg, the digital , Digitale Gründerinitiative Oberpfalz (DGO, Digital Founding Initiative Upper Palatinate), the Cluster Mobility & Logistics and the Bavarian AI Agency, we would like to drive regional development and technological innovation forward with you.

Our vision is to establish a leading European Digital Innovation Hub in Eastern Bavaria that promotes an innovative regional economy. We offer comprehensive support for companies, start-ups, public institutions and research facilities free of charge – to work together on groundbreaking solutions. Together, we strive to create a thriving technology landscape that promotes excellence, knowledge exchange and collaboration and establishes Bavaria as a leading innovation region.

Step into the future with us and become part of this exciting journey to create a future-oriented technology location in Eastern Bavaria. At DInO we make innovation, knowledge transfer and networking a reality! 

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Do you have any questions or want to apply for individual consulting?

Contact us via:

Dr. Jane Käser
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dorner

Funding Information

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.