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Joint workshop with NEXT-NET

The workshop started with greetings and introduction given by Rosanna Fornasiero (CNR-ITIA) who emphasized the importance of the workshop as a way to create synergies between different areas of interest around the topic of Supply [...]

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Report on future trends released

A range of trends is creating the need for manufacturing industries to adapt the way they are organised and interlinked within the supply chains. In this context, WP4 main outcome is to lay out the [...]

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D 3.2 – Innovative business models released

The focus of the INSPIRE project is the development of innovative business models for flexible, sustainable, and demand-driven manufacturing and processing. As part of the project, this report focuses on the proposal of novel and [...]

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EVENT: ACHEMA 2018

Following a successful Achema side-event in 2015, Britest, PNO and TNO have been moving forward an agenda to develop industry-proof Business Case and Business Model Innovation tools for flexible and efficient production. BUSINESS MODELS FOR [...]

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INSPIRE @ R&D controlling event

INSPIRE was presented at the 2nd edition R&D Controlling and Performance Management from 13th to 14th of March in Sofitel, Berlin. The video below explains the day and results and INSPIRE's coordinator Ron Weerdmeester giving his [...]

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INSPIRE Fifth newsletter

  This edition of the INSPIRE newsletter gives you an insight into the outcomes of the Assessment of Relevant Technologies study. You also get to read about the results of the very successful Business Models Innovation [...]

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EVENT: IPIC 2018 | 18‐22 June, 2018 | Groningen, The Netherlands

The 5th annual International Physical Internet Conference will take place June 18‐22 in the Netherlands, at the University of Groningen. The conference aims to provide an open forum for researchers, industry representatives, government officials and citizens [...]

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Assessment of Relevant Technologies deliverable released

Recently INSPIRE released the Assessment of Relevant Technologies deliverable (D2.1). This deliverable identifies and describes 78 technologies that enable flexibility and relocation in context of the processing and manufacturing industry. The study illustrates that often [...]

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