The German Federal Government has issued a set of national strategies that outlines a roadmap for digital transformation. Here, you will find a list of the key national strategies issued over the past four years.
Digital Strategy of the Federal Ministry for Education and Researchbildung-forschung.digital/die-digitalstrategie-des-bmbf
With its digital strategy, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) seeks to bring about digital change in five key areas: strengthen digital education and training, generate knowledge and innovations from data, ensure technological sovereignty and scientific leadership, create security and trust, as well as live and work better and more sustainable. BMBF’s digital strategy is complementary to the High-Tech Strategy and Digital Agenda and provides concrete measures on how to achieve these goals.
National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence – „AI Made in Germany“ki-strategie-deutschland.de
German AI Strategy portrays the goals for the development and application of AI-based technologies for the next six years. With an allocated budget of €3 billion for the implementation of the strategy, the government seeks to create synergy between research, politics, business sector and civil society to help Germany become a leading AI powerhouse worldwide.
Strategy on Regulatory Sandboxes – Enabling Innovation and Advancing Regulationbmwi.de/...strategiepapier-reallabore.pdf
With the Regulatory Sandboxes strategy (in German „Reallabore“), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy wants to enable digital innovations and advance regulation. In order to strengthen the regulatory sandboxes as an instrument of digitisation, the BMWi is pursuing three objectives: (1) pro-innovation regulation and flexibility, (2) information and networking, and (3) launch and support.
Implementation Strategy of the Federal Government for Shaping Digital Changebundesregierung.de/.../digital-made-in-de
The implementation strategy presents the list of challenges that are to be tackled with a set of concrete measures. Every challenge is accompanied by a detailed implementation plan, which will ensure that the right deliverables are provided in due time. The strategy covers a broad spectrum of issues – from digital competences and infrastructure to social and economic implications of digitalization.
Action Plan: Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence in the Mobility Sectorbmvi.de/.../aktionsplan-kuenstliche-intelligenz
The action plan on digitalization of the mobility sector portrays the challenges which the Ministry of Transportation and Digital Infrastructure has to address to ensure that the needs of the transportation sector meet the latest standards and needs of the public. From connected and autonomous vehicles, 5G communication systems, to automatic traffic flow control, the new digital infrastructure will inevitably focus on the application of artificial intelligence to shape the mobility of today and tomorrow.
Hightech Strategy 2025hightech-strategie.de
The High-Tech Strategy 2025 stands for the aim of moving Germany forward on its way to becoming a worldwide innovation leader. The goal is for good ideas to be translated quickly into innovative products and services. Major funding is allocated for research and innovation in mobility, energy, health, security and economy sectors. The strategy has three main pillars: (1) tackling the major social challenges; (2) strengthening competences through education and training; and (3) developing an open innovative culture.
5G Strategy for Germanybmvi.de/.../5g-fifth-generation...
Germany seeks to become a lead market for 5G. To achieve this, the government issued the 5G strategy that stipulates the future technological and legal requirements for a successful implementation of 5G research and innovation.
Strategy Work 4.0bmas.de/.../a883-white-paper
“Work 4.0” is a necessary extension of the debate about the development of the labor market with an emphasis on the digitalization of the economy. Germany’s “Work 4.0” roadmap is generally referred to as “Industry 4.0”. The question addressed in the whitepaper is how can we preserve or even strengthen our vision of quality jobs and decent work in an era of digital transformation and societal change.
Cybersecurity Strategy for Germany 2016bmi.bund.de/cybersicherheitsstrategie
The Cybersecurity Strategy stipulates over 30 strategic goals and measures to improve security in the virtual environment and mitigate its potential risks. It seeks to boost the trust in digital technologies. The strategy also defines Germany’s role in drafting the European and international cybersecurity policies.
Digital Strategy 2025bmwi.de/.../digitale-strategie-2025
The Digital Strategy 2025 demonstrates the priorities of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy in recent years in developing capabilities and utilizing new tools to make smart Germany possible. It demonstrates which areas require immediate action. The recommendations are intended not only to enable the German economy to respond to new challenges but also to ensure its leading position both in quality and technology for years to come, by combining traditional competitive advantages with the newest technology, modern methods and specific support programmes.
Strategy for Automated and Connected Drivingbmvi.de/.../automated-and-connected-driving
To enhance the evolution of automated and connected driving in Germany’s key industry, the Government has issued a strategy that focuses on five generic action areas: infrastructure, legislation, innovation, interconnectivity, and cyber security and data protection.