BISCI partner of Holland Robotics Logistics
Holland Robotics is a Dutch initiative that stimulates and disseminates knowledge on robotics. In this project, companies from the robotics sector and knowledge institutions will work together to jointly develop demo and technology solutions for the logistics sector.
The project is not only focused on the development of new robotics technology and applications. Forming a strong robotics community is also one of the project goals, so that the Netherlands will play and continue to play a role in the field of robotics.
BISCI’s Post Doc Adriana Saraceni conducts research within the scope of this project aimed at understanding how a variety of supply chain partners can collaborate to create new innovative applications of robotics in logistics.
For more information, contact Adriana Saraceni.
The project "BioBased Circular" has received a grant of €338 million in the third round of the National Growth Fund. The School of Business and Economics is represented in this project by Herman Wories, Programme Director at BISCI.
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