1st Review Meeting
On Thursday, 20th of May, the INEVITABLE partners met virtually for the first project review meeting. At the meeting, the Project Officer and the technical expert were present to evaluate the project development.
The work package leaders presented in detail the work done during the first reporting period (18 months).
The first impression of the team after the completion of the review was that of satisfaction and recognition of the excellent work done so far, of course with some warnings and potential risks.
Press release #2
Due to the COVID-19 related delays, INEVITABLE extends project plan for 6 months.
INEVITABLE Newsletter #2
We are pleased to share with you our second newsletter, in which we would like to inform you about the goals and current activities of INEVITABLE project.
The initial phase of the digital retrofitting and basic digitisation upgrade of the production processes of INEVITABLE use-cases is coming to an end. The focus of activities is now moving towards the analysis of production data and the development and tuning of interesting cognitive solutions. In this issue of the newsletter, we share with you details of completed and ongoing activities of the three INEVITABLE use-cases presented in the following sections.
[NEWSLETTER #2, February 2021]
Joint SPIRE projects webinar - invitation
The European Process Industry represents the economic roots of the European economy, bringing economic and social value by transforming raw materials into intermediate and end-user products. Our society needs them to address the current challenges in housing, transport, energy etc.
Having a high dependence on resources (energy, raw materials and water) and striving for long-term sustainability, the Process Industry has a clear and urgent need to improve efficiency and competitiveness.
The INEVITABLE consortium, together with COGNIPLANT, HyperCOG and COGNITWIN projects, is proud to hold a workshop on the 16th of December (9.00-11.30 AM CEST), to discuss general aims of the SPIRE call and common strategies among the projects. These projects aim to develop new technologies to implement cognitive production plants, with improved efficiency and sustainability, exploiting smart and networked sensor technologies, intelligent handling and online evaluation of various forms of data streams as well as new methods for self-organizing processes and process chains. Each project will be presented and the session will be concluded with a round table.
The webinar will provide the audience with a unique view of the latest developments in this field as well as introduce them to the people developing this vital technology. It’s a must-see event.
This collaboration also provides a double benefit by allowing projects to fine tune their strategies and improve their competitiveness. As such, our goal is to hold this kind of session every year, involving more and more projects.
The webinar is free of charge and you can register below:
Please be aware that the event will be recorded, in order to allow those who cannot attend to enjoy the event.