Pushing towards innovation in the Cultural and Creative industry of Sardinia

Gavino Balata, Riccardo Porcu, Antonio Ussai, Francesco Morandi, Alessio Tola

Abstract


The paper aims at describing the current situation of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) in Sardinia with respect to the newest technological trends.

The availability on the market of several innovations (such as Internet of Things, 3D graphics, advanced data mining systems, crowdfunding platforms, cloud and file sharing applications, Augmented Reality applications, digital publications etc) has enormously contributed to the development of innovative businesses and practical solutions for the operators of several sectors. However, while the CCI sector seems to be among the ones most affected by the digital revolution, there are still some relevant challenges and bottlenecks that are currently untackled.


Keywords


Innovation; cultural industries; creative industries; tecnhological trasnfer

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14596/pisb.288

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