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Andalucía Digital Week

March 15th, 2018

Andalusia Digital Week is a major event on the field of new information, communication and digital contents technologies in Andalusia. It is also a meeting point in which companies, public administrations and society in general can have the access to the latest advances, stimulating the development of its Society and Digital Economy, providing a new vision of technologies.

The ADW that took place from March 12-14 was inaugurated by the Spanish king Felipe VI. The event offered technical seminars, working sessions in different formats and a display space oriented to the dissemination and exchange of knowledge.

The Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural development of Andalusia, as leaders of the S3P Agrifood Traceability and Big Data thematic partnership, participated and organised the working sessions and conferences on March 13th around the Digitalization of the Agrifood sector in Europe, and the presnetation of the Project Andalusia as Digital Innovation Hub, funded by the Euopean Union.

Source : http://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/-/andalusia-digital-week?inheritRedirect=true&redirect=%2Fagri-food