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Time to join the SmartAgriHubs Stakeholder Conference in Bucharest! - THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED until further notice 

2020 NL 01 Bucharest SmartAgriHubs

On behalf of CEMA - SmartAgriHubs partner, we would like to invite you to the second SmartAgriHubs Stakeholder Conference: Connecting the dots in the Agri-tech Network, on 9th to 11th of March, 2020 in Bucharest, Romania at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Calea Victoriei 63-81.

You can find the detailed program for this event below. The first day, reserved for our SmartAgriHubs internal stakeholders, will be driven by our Regional Clusters, their Digital Innovation Hubs and Competence Centers. Throughout the event, all 28 SmartAgriHubs Flagship Innovation Experiments will be exhibiting in a dedicated area of the venue. During the second and third day, dubbed the "Synergy Days", partners and stakeholders from SmartAgriHubs, IoF2020 and other similar Horizon 2020 initiatives, will have a chance to exchange best practices, reinforce their links and learn from their peers in order to improve and achieve the ambitious targets set by our communities. Projects such as IoF2020, Demeter, Nefertiti, Atlas, FAIRshare and agROBOfood – among others, are also invited and will use this opportunity to meet, greet and share knowledge in the exhibition area.

Detailed program


(note that this link will lead to the project’s platform. To register to the event, you need to register to the platform) 

SmartAgriHubs in a nutshell:

SmartAgriHubs aims at boosting digital transformation of the agri-food sector. By establishing a network of digital innovation hubs, this project has the ambition to stimulate digital solutions uptake in the European farming sector. Those hubs are dispersed in 9 European regions and facilitate the work of 28 flagships experiments innovation in the farming sector already identified.

The network will be enlarged through open calls permitting to integrate new challenges and technological developments within SmartAgriHubs. The consortium of the project and its specific multi-actors approach provide a representation of the entire ecosystem, a progress of innovations towards the market and uptake by end-users. 

SmartAgriHubs in figures

  • 4 years of project
  • 108 partners from 21 countries
  • 20 M€ of budget
  • 5 sectors
  • 9 regional clusters
  • 140 Digital innovation hubs
  • 28 Flagship Innovation experiments

SmartAgriHubs EU disclamer