The second Transnational Project Meeting of the SmartVitiNet project took place on the 22nd and 23rd of June in Lisbon, Portugal. The meeting was graciously hosted by ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, providing an ideal setting for the project’s international gathering.
The two-day event was marked by engaging discussions on the Smartivitinet project’s current status and future directions. It also served as a platform for fostering cooperative relationships among the partners involved in the project. The meeting was a testament to the power of collaboration, with the participants’ shared passion for the project’s objectives creating a vibrant and productive atmosphere.
Over the course of two days of Smartivitinet project’s event, the meeting unfolded into a series of insightful discussions and strategic planning sessions. The team delved into key areas of the project, including Analytics & Middleware Development, Hardware Development & Configuration, Data Collection, and many more.
The second day of the Smartivitinet project’s meeting brought an exciting twist, with a visit to Ramilo Wines. This excursion offered the team a first-hand experience of a live setting where the data collection process will be implemented. It was a unique opportunity to bridge the gap between theoretical planning and practical application, providing valuable insights for the project’s next steps.
The Pilot Phase of the Smartivitinet project was another focal point of the meeting. This phase represents a critical juncture where the project’s concepts and strategies are tested in a real-world context. The combination of academia and winemaking offered a unique and inspiring backdrop for the discussions, reminding all participants that just like the best wines, groundbreaking ideas also take time to mature.
As the Smartivitinet project’s meeting concluded, it was clear that the event had served its purpose of fostering a deeper understanding of the project’s objectives and strategies among the partners. The beautiful city of Lisbon, with its blend of historical charm and modern vibrancy, provided the perfect backdrop for this groundbreaking event. The SmartVitiNet project stands as a beacon of international collaboration, driving innovation in the winemaking industry.