Basque Cyber Security Centre - Centro Vasco de Ciberseguridad

Basque Digital Innovation Hub

The Basque Digital Innovation Hub (BDIH) is a connected network of advanced manufacturing assets and services Infrastructure for training, research, testing and validation available for companies, with the capacity to offer knowledge and concrete services in different areas such as Additive Manufacturing, Flexible Robotics and Cybersecurity.

The aim of this initiative is to provide industrial enterprises, especially SMEs, with the technological capabilities needed to meet the challenges of industry 4.0.

It consists of a digitally-linked network of R+D infrastructures, pilot plants and specialized know-how in different areas of advanced manufacturing. The network will be used for the development of R+D projects, scaling of industrial projects, exhibition of cutting-edge technologies and also as a resource for training and acceleration of start ups.


The network is owned by R&D Centers, vocational training centers and universities and it is supported by regional public institutions.

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Cybersecurity node

The cybersecurity node of the BDIH includes 5 interconnected laboratories distributed throughout the three territories of the Basque Country. They are used to foster entrepreneurship and innovation, highlighting projects such as smart-grid, automation, blockchain, product testing and certification, etc.

Vicomtech (San Sebastián)

Ikerlan (Arrasate)

Tecnalia (Gasteiz)

Tecnalia (Zamudio)

BCAM (Bilbao)

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