VIRTUAL STUDY VISIT
Campden BRI Hungary and Innoskart Digital Cluster will be happy to receive virtually all those who are interested in boosting the digital transformation of the agri-food industry on 7th October 2020 from 8:50 AM CET!
Hosting partners have been working on building a European Network of Living Labs and will be happy to show you the present status of the work implemented and those actors who have important role in it.
The three potential Hungarian Living Labs may constitute later a network in the region and on European level. During the virtual study visit, they will demonstrate their activity and show some examples how they can support the digital innovation via knowledge and technology transfer in the food processing industry.
Connsensys partners, technology provider SMEs, food processing companies, universities, policymakers will be invited to participate to educate the stakeholder community. The study visit will be organised on Zoom platform and the language of the program will be English,
Moderator of the virtual study visit: András Sebők, general managers – Campden BRI
|Registration on ZOOM||8:50 – 9:00|
|Session 1: Virtual Visits in the Living Labs|
|Opening speech||9:00 – 9:15||Gus Verhaeghe, Connsensys coordinator from Flanders’ Food|
|I4.0 solutions for the food industry
Industry 4.0 Technology Centre at Budapest University of Technology
|9:10 – 9:50||Mr László Kovács , Head of the Centre|
|Data analysis and AI in food industry
ELTE IoT Innovation Lab
|9:55 – 10:35||Mr. Ádám Tarcsi, Director of Lab|
|Coffe break||10.35 – 10:50|
|Robotization for food industrial SMEs
Óbuda University, Antal Bejczy Centre for Intelligent Robotics
|10:50 – 11.35||Mr. Péter Galambos, Director of the Center|
|Session2: Networking and Funding
(optional for Connsensys partners)
|Progress towards the Living Lab Network in Hungary for digitalization in the food industry and some projects (including the PrO4Bake)||11.45 – 12:20||Mr. András Sebők, General manager Campden BRI|
|European and other transnational public funding opportunities for smart sensor systems and digitalization applicable for the food chain.||12:20 – 12:35||Ms. Edina Németh, National Contact Point, Hungarian National Research, Development and Innovation Office|
|Q&A session, moderated discussion||12:35 –|