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About the Observatory – Secretariat of Innovation, Science and Technology

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The RS Innovation Observatory aims to identify and make available information about the innovation ecosystem in Gaucho in order to provide visibility and support for new initiatives and decision-making by public and private authorities, companies, science and technology institutions and society in general. Its goal is to develop a monitoring system for the main content relevant to the field of innovation, science and technology, as well as innovation indicators to provide analytical studies, as well as to identify and focus information about the innovation ecosystem in Rio Grande do Sul South in order to facilitate the search for data from the most diverse actors in the region. . With the aim of highlighting Gaucho’s innovation ecosystem, in different regions of the state, and becoming a source of content about innovation, science and technology.

Actions include mapping technology parks, incubators, science and technology (ICT) institutions, innovation hubs, accelerators, innovation hubs and other actors in the Gaucho innovation ecosystem. Indicators from various areas of innovation, based on data from Innovation Surveys (PINTEC), Business Demographics and Entrepreneurship Statistics, and Population Forecasts, conducted by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). In addition to indicators based on data from the Annual Social Information Inventory (RAIS), the Ministry of Labor and Employment (MTE), the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI), the State Fiscal Secretariats, the National Treasury, and COMEX statistics from the Ministry of Development, Industry, Trade and Services (MDIC), from Crunchbase, by SciVal, from Higher Education Census data from the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira.

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Didn’t find any information? Contact the Innovation Observatory team: send an email to [email protected]

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