SAFER launches Open Call to implement Industry 4.0 technological solutions
Seafood sector organisations can apply to implement pilots that provide efficient processes, improved & sustainable production - by 30.06.2022
SAFER partnership is launching an Open Call to implement Industry 4.0 technological solutions that provide efficient processes, improved and sustainable production and aims to support the seafood industry through the introduction of new solutions that will help them to be more effective, competitive and sustainable.
This call is adressed to organisations operating within the seafood sector, located in the Atlantic Area, and interested in improving their processes and products by adopting new technologies and solutions. Participants can choose among 3 main types of solutions: Manufacturing systems. Internet of Things based solutions and water treatment.
Applications can be submitted by 30th June 2022, at 17:00 CEST.
For further information: https://saferatlantic.eu/NewsDetail?MediaNewsId=1347
Published on: 2022-06-03
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