Save the date: Final event of the Internet of Food and Farm 2020 project – 16-18 March 2021, online
As the Internet of Food and Farm 2020 (IoF2020) project IoF2020 is coming to an end, it is time to celebrate its legacy. We are convinced that during these times, there is no better way to do this than with all of you. This is why we are working on a digital event on 16-18 March to meet, debate and exchange knowledge from a safe distance. Registration for the event will open soon.
One of the most important aspects of IoF2020 is its innovation ecosystem of agri-tech stakeholders all over Europe and beyond. This will be reflected in our program, featuring interactive sessions from all of them. On top of that, you can expect multiple workshops held by the project consortium and use case partners alongside contributions from external experts who became companions along the way.
Besides numerous networking possibilities, the event will address three main aspects, relevant for our project and the agricultural sector alike:
- State of the art technology,
- Lessons learned during the project’s research, and
- Self-sustaining ecosystems of research and innovation.
All consortium partners are delighted to invite you to celebrate the closing chapter of IoF2020. To ensure that your participation will be an enlightenment as well as a pleasure, we also dedicate some time to entertainment. This includes, among other activities, a multi-media spectacle including our IoF2020 cinema room filled with short movies about our use cases.
Make sure to mark the date in your calendar since good things come to those who wait, but better things come to the ones who innovate and think ahead.
The Internet of Food & Farm 2020 project is a large-scale pilot under Horizon 2020 investigating and fostering large-scale implementation of the Internet of Things in European food and farming. IFOAM Organics Europe is a project partner and represents the European organic movement.
IoF2020 has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731884. This communication only reflects the author’s view. The Research Executive Agency is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information provided