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eLearning course on the European Interoperability Framework

SIMAVI has recently finalized the eLearning course on the European Interoperability Framework (EIF), for DIGIT, the Directorate General for Informatics of the European Commission.

The aim of the project was to develop eLearning resources designed to deliver key knowledge and practical skills to implement the EIF recommendations.

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The Power of Play in Today’s Education

The European research project BEACONING promotes contextual learning, which involves the student to find solutions to a problem, a game, a situation proposed by the teacher. This type of learning, very intuitive and modern, is done by exploiting the following techniques and technologies:

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By 2050, almost a quarter of the world’s population will be over 60

A viable solution for maintaining an active life for elderly is what proposes the pan-European Brain @ Home project, coordinated by SIMAVI’s team of specialists.

The ageing process is a complex one, without a direct link between the physical and mental skills, meaning that help one person needs has to be adjusted in a unique manner to his/her individual requirements.

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€2.2 million ZDMP & European Commission Open Call funding opportunity NOW OPEN

Great news for small and medium enterprise in software development or manufacturing!

SIMAVI, as partner in the Zero Defects Manufacturing Platform (ZDMP) project team, invites all Romanian SME software developers, manufacturers and innovative Industry4.0 solution providers to apply for a share of the second €2.2million EC H2020 Open Call.

So let’s create, test, validate and integrate innovative zero-defect solutions for Industry4.0!

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SIMAVI passes the first year review for BorderUAS project

BorderUAS project achieved this summer one very significant milestone regarding its progress. At the end of June, the first Progress Review meeting took place in the presence of the Project Officer, the two external experts reviewing the work done so far and the representatives of all 19 consortium partners.

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