Conferences

International ecoSummit 2016, Montpellier

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The 5th International EcoSummit 2016 in Montpellier, France, had the topic “Ecological Sustainability: Engineering Change” and welcomed some 1.500 guests from about 75 countries. Topics centered on the ecology of terrestrial ecosystems and all habitats that are integrated within those ecosystems, including river networks, wetlands and coastlines. The focus was placed on fragile ecosystems that are more likely to suffer the consequences of climate change and anthropogenic pressure. Some of the key topics were biological invasions and ecological modeling, where REMOSIS aims to add valuable new technologies for a better and more efficient data acquisition. Ilyas Potamitis of the TEIC also represented the REMOSIS project and presented a communication entitled “Insect surveillance at a global scale and the Internet of Things”.

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Irideon introduces REMOSIS project at major innovation events in Barcelona

 


bisbarcelona-2016BIZBARCELONA is a major platform in support of entrepreneurs and innovative SMEs in searching business opportunities, advice, finance, inspiration and support. It is the benchmark event for galvanising the business sector and entrepreneurial activity in the city and in Catalonia.

bisbarcelona-2016-audienceThis year, the event took plave on June 1st and 2nd and was noted for a more professional visitor profile, as over half the attendees are entrepreneurs or self-employed professionals. The remaining percentage was made up of entrepreneurial people with business ideas or recent start-ups, including a growing number of people interested in social economy initiatives.

Irideon participated in the internationalization and e-solutions panels. Irideon also attended the networking event in face-to-face activities to strengthen interaction, generate sales contacts and take advantage of synergies.

 

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