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The novel coronavirus sweeping the globe has exposed how vulnerable international supply chains are to disruption. However, crisis often provides opportunity. As a result of quarantines and lockdowns, global supply chains are being replaced by local chains (ex. food supply). But while the world’s food system has so far weathered the challenge of COVID-19, visibility is crucial, and local suppliers are lacking a proper data sharing model, leading to 'information chaos'.
This webinar will bring together trusted global supply chain and food industry experts (farmers, cooperatives, supermarkets and retailers) to explore the current challenges and describe how a new AIOTI-developed program navigate the “new normal” of rerouting to local supply chains, and how it has had a huge impact on ecological footprints and air quality.
During this webinar, we will examine:
Is a set of webinars hosted by the IOTSWC and the IIC to be held during 2020 and 2021 where IOT, AI and machine learning experts will discuss the digital transformation and the coming future after the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out our webinar programming.
The Unit is responsible for the research, innovation and policy actions to accelerate the take-up of IoT and to unleash its potential in Europe. He holds an MBA with Honours, a Master’s degree with Distinction in Data Communications and Networks.
Dr. ir. Jürgen Vangeyte (M), is the scientific director at ILVO. ILVO performs multidisciplinary, innovative and independent research aimed at economically, ecologically and socially sustainable agriculture and fisheries in a from farm to fork approach.
A firm believer that there can be no strategy without innovation, I currently lead the BluSpecs team, with a passion for embracing disruption through market-driven innovation and co-creation. From strategic digital transformation to building technology ecosystems.
He is responsible for the vision of one of Smeal’s premier research centers as an ambassador and spokesperson for supply chain activities at Penn State. He has elevated the CSCR® sponsor partnerships with both public and private sector organizations representing over $2.5T in private sector revenue.
Marieke’s fascination for agriculture started during her studies in the field of Agricultural Economics at the Wageningen University. After receiving her Master of Sciences Marieke worked in farm data for 15 years, in over 40 different countries.
At first, Tom was tasked to co-host the transversal 'Blockchain work stream'. Followed (end of 2018) by his ellection as chairman on the newly created 'working group on Distributed Ledger Technologies', it became the flagship of the AIOTI Alliance, hosting 150+ organisations.
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