2nd REAMIT Networking Symposium 2020, France

Online Webinar

5 November 2020 - 5 November 2020

Reducing food waste is a top priority for Europe: 88M tonnes or €143B per year of waste. The EU has committed to halve food waste by 2030 by focusing on all stages of the supply chain.

The REAMIT project proposes to adapt and apply existing innovative technology to food supply chains, to reduce food waste and hence improve resource efficiency.

Join the event to discover useful solutions to reduce food waste!

The cluster VALORIAL, in partnership with the cluster Images&Réseaux (member of REAMIT project) organises this 2nd edition of the Symposium online. 

3 major objectives:

  • Raise awareness of the problem of food waste,
  • Present the work carried out by the REAMIT project team: adapting existing innovative technologies (new generation sensors, IoT, big data, etc.) and applying them to the management of the agri-food supply chain to meet the objective of halving food waste by 2030
  • Provide food companies with digital and technological solutions to the problems they encounter throughout the supply chain, thanks to the B2B meetings and the testimonials. 

 

Who will attend?

  • Food companies
  • Digital solution providers (software)
  • Technology providers (hardware)
  • all from Europe 

 

Meetings

2 half days of BtoB meetings are then proposed allowing participants to continue the exchanges with the contributors of this day, but also between all attendees.

 

Practical information

  • This event is fully online and runs from 5 to 6 November.
  • The event is free of cost.

 

A beautiful day in the colours of Europe to network internationally, discover innovative companies on the subject, while having a convivial time.

Reamit project & partners

 

Have a look on the REAMIT project website: click HERE

Follow REAMIT project on TwitterLinkedIn & Facebook

 

Click the link below to register

Presentations from the Symposium

Please see below the links to download the presentations from the speakers of the Symposium.

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