Dear DIHNET community
This November arrives full of news and activities on digital innovation ranging from additive manufacturing to robotics. Take a look them!
DIGITbrain and Change2Twin Projects kick-off their first collaboration this month. Both Innovation Actions are part of I4MS phase 4 and will start a series of collaborations. This entails joint activities and mutual support of involved Innovation Actions. A first joint action will be a workshop on digital twinning in manufacturing at the 5th Austrian Industry 4.0 Summit on 10th December. The workshop will be held in German language and therefore is an ideal opportunity for manufacturers especially from the DACH region to learn about the developments in this region. Register for the event here.
AgROBOfood, an Innovation Action in the RODIN network working with agri-food robotics, has launched its second Open Call, this time with a focus on Industrial Challenges. The budget of the Open Call amounts to €2,7 million, with up to €300k to be granted per proposal. Find out more about this call here.
The AMable Services Arena is the prime entry point for companies that need Additive Manufacturing to bring their product idea to life. No matter what the gap in knowledge is, no matter how small it is. A network of experts will provide an answer and active support to find a solution. Actually, AMable has closed an open call for such ideas and prepares to support new ones. So, SMEs that did not have the chance to apply… Keep an eye on AMABLE social media channels! Register to receive AMable Newsletter here.
PULSATE is the new PAN-European Network designed to boost the adoption of laser-based advanced and additive manufacturing technology to empower SME’s and Slightly Bigger companies’ digital competences. PULSATE EU-H2020 project will launch 4 Open Calls in order to distribute 4.07 M€ among 62 bottom-up projects. Know more about PULSATE community and open calls here.
The last SmartAgriHubs webinar was on the topic of “European DIH & collaboration in DIH ecosystem”. It had the participation as speakers of Anna Puig Centelles from the European Commission, and DIHNET’s scientific project coordinator Maurits Butter, TNO. You can watch the webinar here.
Just when we thought life would slowly go back to normal, another wave of the pandemic in Europe has arrived making it impossible to meet face-to-face… so why not try the virtual way and visit the SAE (Smart Anything Everywhere) online event booths, workshops, or webinars being hosted? Check the SAE website events section here to see all that’s happening!
Have a great week!
The DIHNET team