Tyndall National Institute hosted a 3-day energy harvesting workshop in Cork from 29 to 31 May. Partners from Tyndall and Boston Scientific Limited presented the anticipated impact of COMPOSITION at EnerHarv 2018.
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KLEEMANN had the opportunity to present the COMPOSITION project to the “Recycling in Business and Environmental Protection” event, organised by the Chamber of Kilkis on May 18 in Kilkis, Greece.
The first results of the COMPOSITION marketplace are available. One of the main goals of the project is the creation of a (semi-)automatic ecosystem. Get the full picture in deliverable ’D6.3 COMPOSITION Marketplace I’ from our Knowledge centre.
Partner ELDIA was present at IFAT 2018, the biggest trade fair in Europe for waste management and water treatment
In COMPOSITION we are all about collaboration, but we do not lose sight of security and safety.
The 5th Technology Forum (www.technology-forum.eu) took place in Thessaloniki, at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on 16 May 2018. The three participating partners, ATLANTIS, CERTH and KLEMANN, renewed the appointment for next year.
We are pleased to announce that the COMPOSITION project successfully passed its second review meeting in Brussels this March. Our project has demonstrated, quoting our Project Officer, Mr. Arian Zwegers “Great technical progress and good applications in real environments”
The 5th Technology Forum (www.technology-forum.eu) is going to take place, at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on 16 May, 2018. Partners CERTH, ATLANTIS Engineering and KLEEMANN will be there. The event attracts CTOs, CEOs, CSOs, ICT professionals, researchers, policy makers and the general public from Greece, the Balkans and beyond.
At the Energy Harvesting Industry session at APEC 2018 (the [...]
COMPOSITION pilot partners have linked the identified use cases to specific factory fields according to specifications and user needs. Preparation actions, installation of sensors and first tests for the top priority use cases have been performed. At KLEEMANN’s shopfloor, preliminary results are promising, and potential improvements in the internal production processes and the external supply chain processes have been identified.