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The Science2Society project is allowing external stakeholders to contribute to its Knowledge Database by uploading content for Case Studies, Methods, and Tools that are related to any of the seven schemas defined in the scope of the project. Users willing to contribute must register in the Science2Society website. Once uploaded, the contents will be reviewed by Science2Society project members to ensure adequacy and completeness p...
The industrial internet of things event will feature more than 125 sessions across nine themes The IoT Solutions World Congress 2018 announces its first speakers The speaker schedule at the IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC) is taking shape. From 16 to 18 October the industrial internet event, organized by Fira de Barcelona, will bring together more than 250 global experts to debate real applications of the IoT which are transforming dif...
Europe’s Leading Car Manufacturers Announce Winners of Open Innovation Challenge to Reduce Emissions
Barcelona, Europe’s leading car manufacturers, including Daimler, Volvo, Opel, Toyota, Volkswagen and CRF – the Research Center of FCA, together with the rest of ALLIANCE have announced the winners of the Lightweight Open Innovation Challenge (LOIC), which aims to reduce vehicle energy consumption and carbon emissions through innovative and affordable solutions to reducing the weight of cars. The four winners: F.Tech from Japan...