RI2integrate closing conference in Budapest

The main aim of the project, which ends on 30 September, is to support the local embedding of highlighted research and development infrastructures and exploit their economic potentials.  The main aim of the RI2integrate project of Danube Transnational Programme, which started on 1 January 2017 and ends on 30 September 2019, is to support the  local embedding of highlighted research…

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I-CON Pilot Action: We have tried Designcrowd platform

The I-CON project focuses on the food industry, including food quality and safety, packaging and manufacturing technology. In connection with food packaging and design, The South Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd. (STRIA) has implemented a pilot action in the past few weeks to test the DesignCrowd online platform. The number of freelance designers registered…

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Practical cooperation between European regions for digitisation and more efficient data management in agriculture and food industry

The REGIONS 4FOOD4.0. REGIONal Strategies 4 FOOD 4.0 Revolution project is lead by the Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development, Government of Andalusia (Spain) and is implemented within the Interreg Europe Programme. The project aim is to promote the digitisation of the agri-food value chain in order to maximise the growth potential of…

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I-CON Final Conference Ljubljana, 22 May 2019

Dear representative of SMEs, policy makers and other institutions, 3 years ago, we decided to offer something more to food and agricultural SMEs. We knew that our SMEs are producing quality and especially tasty foods, but we also knew that they are facing different challenges in the area of mechatronics, food design, food safety and…

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I-CON project – Dissemination events of spring

Our I-CON project has started in 2016 with the aim to focus on the food industry. Now the project is coming to the end in May. Over the last three years, the partnership has focused on solving problems that combine the competitiveness of food industry SMEs by linking cross-sectoral competencies. The South Transdanubian Regional Innovation…

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The SCOBE Team in Szeged

The Hungarian ArchEnerg Cluster welcomed its project partners in Szeged on 25-26 March 2019. The mutual project SCOBE focuses on the creation of two online training courses in the field of wind energy. The participants of this Erasmus Plus programme are: Vea Qualitas (Spain), Acrosslimits Ltd. (Malta), MAICH (Greece), GMI (France), Accentuate (North East) Limited…

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Successful experience exchange and awareness raising on electricity smart grids in Tolna County

The SET-UP Interreg Europe project, co-financed by the European Union, supports the interregional exchange of experience on smart grids to promote the more widespread use of smart meters, as well as additional energy solutions (local electricity generation, power consumption that takes into account the energy consumption of daylight, etc.). The so-called smart grids thus created…

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Medtech4 Europe visits Maastricht

Our first study visit was held in Maastricht on 12-13 March 2019 to exchange ideas about smart specialization strategy and innovation policies implemented for medtech sector. Our hosting partner was Province of Limburg. The meeting started with an interesting study visit to the Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus where we were taken on a tour through…

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