Final event of S3FOOD - the aftermovie

Final event of S3FOOD - the aftermovie

On September 7th we celebrated the achievements of the S3FOOD project. It was made clear that this is the end of a project but not the end of the digital tranformation journey! The future of food is digital!

The future of food is digital -S3FOOD final event

The future of food is digital -S3FOOD final event

Digital innovation for a more sustainable and resilient food industry Rising energy prices, a growing labour shortage and a pressing need to secure a safe, sustainable and affordable food supply – food manufacturers face more challenges today than ever. Digital innovation is part of the solution! Over the past three years, the S3FOOD consortium has merged the needs and challenges of the food processing industry with the solutions provided by the technology and digital solution providers, thus enabling the digital innovation and transition of the food processing industry. Take part in the discussion on how to continue driving the digital transformation of European food SMEs and discover the new opportunities brought to you by the partnership SS4AF!

Past event: It’s all about data! Opportunities in the agri-food value chain

Past event: It’s all about data! Opportunities in the agri-food value chain

The ongoing digital transformation leads to new ways of producing, new products and new business models for the agri-food sector. The industry 4.0 wave offers significant opportunities and challenges for the agri-food value chain. In order to tackle these challenges, reliable and correct data, across the food value chain are needed. The digital shift wave is here! Take your surfboard and join us! Are you in for the ride? Mark the 25th and 26th of November ’21 in your agenda and register now!

Past Event: Made in Europe - What challenges for the manufacturing industry in Europe?

Past Event: Made in Europe - What challenges for the manufacturing industry in Europe?

The Covid crisis has revealed the hyper-dependence of European industries on supplies of materials, components and sub-assemblies from other continents. If Europe wants to become competitive again and remain an industrial continent, it must clearly define its ambition, its identity and its values. Competitiveness, sovereignty, agility... are part of the objectives to be achieved. The Made in Europe Webinar organized by CIMES focuses on the Twin Transition (green and digital), which will have a strong impact on the means and methods of production in all sectors.