Transferencia de tecnología 4.0 en ecosistemas latinoamericanos de innovación

  • Lorena del Carmen Álvarez-Castañón
Palabras clave: transferencia de tecnología, ecosistema de innovación, tecnología 4.0, reestructuración productiva de sectores locales

Resumen

Este artículo analiza los procesos de transferencia de tecnología 4.0, las condiciones implicadas en ésta y las principales tendencias tecnológicas transferibles en América Latina. El enfoque de complejidad en el ecosistema permite explicar cómo los actores o subsistemas se (re)adaptan o (re)aprenden con base en su interacción sin ser gestionados por alguna entidad o componente específico. El proceso metodológico se basa en un análisis cienciométrico, uno temático con base en los proyectos financiados con recurso público de 2002 a 2018, y otro del ecosistema de innovación en la región emergente del Bajío mejicano. Los hallazgos muestran la relevancia de los organismos intermedios en el liderazgo social para la transferencia tecnológica. Big data, IoT y cloud computing son las principales tecnologías 4.0 potencialmente transferibles para responder a condiciones territoriales heterogéneas.

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2020-11-22
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Álvarez-Castañón, L. del C. (2020). Transferencia de tecnología 4.0 en ecosistemas latinoamericanos de innovación. TEUKEN BIDIKAY. Revista Latinoamericana De Investigación En Organizaciones, Ambiente Y Sociedad., 11(17), 181-196. https://doi.org/10.33571/teuken.v11n17a10
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