Project partners were rewarded for their work in the category “the most successful collaboration between clusters across Europe”. Marielle Campanella (picture), IoT4Industry’s project coordinator, received the prize and the “valuable recognition of the work that all [partners] carried out intensively and efficiently [during the project]”. Indeed, IoT4Industry partners succeeded in supporting IoT and manufacturing stakeholders to develop and demonstrate innovative solutions, and therefore, boosting economic growth & their competitiveness across the EU.
This year’s ECCP award was notably focusing on communication activities of the partnership. The IoT4Industry partners have intensely disseminated upon the excellent developments achieved by the collaborative projects and the partnering SMEs, industrials and R&D stakeholders. The entire IoT4Industry team reached out towards more than 3.000 stakeholders, enabling the wide recognition of European SMEs’ innovativeness across the Member States. This outcome was made possible thanks to the engagement of all partners. GAC Group, as leader of the communication and dissemination activities of the IoT4Industry project, is especially proud of this achievement!
For more information on the 40 collaborative projects supported by IoT4Industry, please check the projects factsheets as well as the videos submitted for the IoT4Industry awards here. Our Award is to be shared with these key innovators!
Now, after the – virtual – ‘bliss’, all teams will wrap up the IoT4Industry project’s results in the coming weeks, until the official closure of the project, on December 31st 2020.