The Digital Europe Programme contains the following five sub-programmes:
The sub-programme for supercomputers aims to strengthen the development and use of high-performance computing by European enterprises and public authorities. Furthermore, the sub-programme will support the use of supercomputers for the development of solutions within e.g. health, climate and environment, through a network of national competence centres. The sub-programme will primarily be managed by the joint venture EuroHPC, in which Denmark participates.
The artificial intelligence sub-programme aims to strengthen investments and the use of artificial intelligence by European enterprises and public authorities. This must be done by facilitating secure access to large amounts of data in common European data spaces, as well as strengthening existing test and experimentation facilities for artificial intelligence within, among other things, healthcare, agriculture, advanced manufacturing, smart cities and transport.
The cyber security sub-programme aims to strengthen cyber security in both the public and private sector. It must, among other things, be done by creating a common European procurement framework for advanced cyber security technology, and the construction of a secure IT infrastructure as well as the construction of a secure quantum communication infrastructure in Europe. To do this, the program will support the establishment of cyber competence centres in each member state.
Highly Developed Digital Skills
The sub-programme for highly developed digital skills supports a number of longer and shorter education offers, internships and European platforms for skills and jobs in core digital technologies. Therefore, higher education institutions and knowledge institutions, business and employment actors as well as enterprises that wish to enter into consortia or establish master's programmes, internships or shorter courses are relevant for this sub-programme.
Broad Rollout of Digital Technologies
This sub-programme is primarily focused on the creation of a European network of digital innovation hubs, which aims to help companies apply and exploit advanced digital technologies in their business. Together with relevant actors in the business promotion system, the Agency for Digital Government has established five digital innovation hubs in Denmark under the Digital Europe Programme. The sub-programme will also support activities to promote interoperability in the public sector and thematic project calls on climate and environment, transport, agriculture, public digital services, health, security, culture and education.