Digital Garage

diconium brings the Stanford Research Institute (SRI), the birthplace of Silicon Valley, to Europe for the first time. Together, we have set up a Digital Garage in Stuttgart - an innovative space for digital product design workshops and prototyping sessions. Our clients benefit from plug-in innovation processes and an exclusive access to SRI labs and teams.

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Digital Garage

PLUG-IN INNOVATION PROCESS

German companies from all industries need permanent access to disruptive trends and efficient implementation processes for digital innovations in order to minimize the time from idea to market maturity and thus save costs. Together with the Stanford Research Institute, we will make our contribution to these companies. 

With this cooperation, which is unique in Germany, diconium has entered into a long-prepared cooperation with one of the world's most sought-after partners in terms of innovations and disruptive trends.  The cooperation includes a plug-in innovation process for companies that accelerates the development of new, digital business models, products and services. 

Digital Garage

WHAT WE DO

The combined strength of innovation-driven quality and quantity of thousands of SRI scientists has a far greater innovation potential than typical cooperations with start-ups or own innovation centres.

The advantage for companies that opt for a "Digital Garage" membership: They acquire direct and on-demand access to the innovation areas of more than 2,000 scientists from the Institute and thus receive ongoing insights into disruptive trends and technologies of the world's best and recognized research institute.  The number of companies is limited in order to keep the quality of care for a small, exclusive circle of members high.

Our clients will be able to increase their pace of innovation during the digital transformation and, on the other hand, to reduce time-to-market for new digital business models, products and services. 

 

What's next?

 

Your contact at diconium

Marcus Worbs
managing director diconium strategy