Meet us in Barcelona!
What is a testbed and what are the benefits of collaborating with EIT Manufacturing? Come and see for yourself!
We are excited to announce that one of our testbed projects has been selected by the jury of the IoT Solutions World Congress (IOTSWC) to be presented in the featured testbed area of the trade show.
From 10 to 12 May 2022 you can meet us and our project partners from the End-To-End Digitalised Production Testbed “iFishCan”, which is aimed at minimising food loss and food waste as well as the environmental impact of the canning industry.
It approaches small and medium-sized companies and consists of three functionalities including an AI prediction tool, a manufacturing execution system (MES) and a monitoring system. The mobile testbed helps companies to optimise water and energy consumption as well as their decision-making processes.
Would you like to learn more about our testbeds? Connect with a member of our team to schedule an appointment during IOTSWC.
- Adrian Bablok (EIT Manufacturing)
- Antoni Pijoan (EIT Manufacturing)
- Carmen Galindo Rodriguez (EIT Food)
- Stefanie Mehlhorn (EIT Manufacturing)
- Idoia Olabarrieta (AZTI)
- Antonio Vicente (AI Talentum)
- Rafael Lírio Arrais (INESC TEC)
- Miguel Fernandes (FoodinTech)
From the 2022 edition of the IOTSWC you can expect game-changing solutions and technologies, as well as interesting meetings and conversations with business and technology leaders, who are making a difference in our industry.
You are not participating in the IOTSWC but want to learn more about our projects? Let’s get together virtually and talk about our testbed projects! Just send us an email!
About our “Digitalised Testbeds” initiative:
The Cross-KIC initiative Digitalised Testbeds by EIT Manufacturing, EIT RawMaterials, EIT Food and EIT Digital focuses on fostering the adoption of digital solutions by the European industry to remain competitive. The innovative End-To-End Digitalised Testbeds are covering the whole product life cycle and connect industry partners with start-ups and research institutions. With the support of the EIT Cross-KIC initiative, they can take the final steps of their joint innovations and test them in an environment which mirrors real-life manufacturing sites.
Learn more about our Digitalised Testbeds on our website.