As U.K. and U.S. leaders meet at a NATO summit this week, it’s a good time to review the British government’s digital strategy, particularly in the wake of its exit from the European Union.
The U.K. recently announced its post-Brexit digital strategy, and the country’s robotics sector is busy assessing the implications. How will the new strategy help British robotics companies face the challenges — and embrace the opportunities — posed by Brexit? How should the U.K. government work alongside stakeholders to achieve the best possible results? And what are the long-term prospects for the automation industry?
Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund
As the U.K. edges ever closer to transforming last years’ decision to leave the EU into a concrete reality, the British government has launched a high-profile digital strategy aimed at building on the country’s strengths and “tackling its underlying weaknesses to secure a future as a competitive, global nation.”
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