Hand in hand with ATIGA, the Galician center will show its technology industry 4.0 innovations The fair, which will be celebrated in Vigo from September 10th to 12th, is the intenational meeting for metallurgical, metalmechanic and related technologies industries Gradiant will be present at the first edition of Mindtech, the international metalmechanic and technology […]
As part of its ongoing move to simplify and modernise the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), the European Commission is adopting new rules that will for the first time expressly allow a range of modern technologies to be used when carrying out checks for area-based CAP payments
Digitalisation of the agri-food industry is one of the main priorities of the R&D&i policy in Europe but why is it important to accelerate this process? But why is it important to accelerate this process? What system do we propose? Here’s why!
Organized by ‘CREATE the Next Generation IoT eXperience for the Future’, the event promotes the collaboration between R&D&I ecosystem entities in the IoT field. On Wednesday, Amsterdam is hosting this program within the framework of the European project CREATE-IoT that Gradiant is part
‘CREATE the Next Generation IoT eXperience for the Future Workshops’ aims to foster links between communities of IoT users and providers. From February 26th to 28th, Lisbon host this workshops series within the framework of the European project CREATE-IoT
Connectivity is one of the main challenges for IoT devices and narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) is a technology that allows us to connect devices we use everyday to the Internet, devices that require small amounts of data to be sent very infrequently, like a few times a day.
A message from Kees van der Klauw, Chairman of AIOTI, originally published on http://www.aioti.org/2016/11/03/aioti-established-as-a-legally-recognised-association/ “After several months of hard work, our Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation has passed a major milestone since its establishment. On 22 September 2016 we received the confirmation from the Belgian authorities that the King has approved the application of AIOTI to establish an Association […]