Digitalisation and Industry 4.0 in Food Processing
A collaboration between EIT Digital, Campden BRI Hungary, the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) and ELTE university’s Faculty of Informatics.
Implementing digital solutions in the food processing industry is needed to meet the consumer needs. But it requires new approaches. That is why the EIT Digital Professional School is offering a new course to master the skills it takes to improve process control and production to meet consumer needs at reasonable costs, maintenance, and logistics. Become a pioneer of Food Industry4.0 (I4.0) and the digital revolution of the food chain.
The short executive course is offered in an online blended mode. This means that you can study the material on your own pace online for one part and be a participant in a two-day intensive training class in part two.
You will require technical, management, business and innovation skills. During the online training workshop, you will encounter real-life demos and exercises to gain hands-on experiences about the implementation of novel solutions in food processing. During the training, you work in transdisciplinary teams acting as promoters of the application of the digital and i4.0 solutions for the modernisation of the food industry.
If you are interested in leading the digital transformation of the food industry, you should subscribe to the course.
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Eng. Giacomo Copani
Head of Manufacturing Business Models Research at National Research Council of Italy (STIIMA-CNR). Cluster Manager of AFIL, the Advanced Manufacturing Cluster of Lombardy Region. He is an expert in manufacturing business models design/assessment and industrial servitization processes. Coordinator and WP leader of several European and National projects.
Dr Walter Terkaj
Researcher at STIIMA-CNR and formerly Adjunct Professor at Politecnico di Milano. He has experience in the study and modelling of production systems aimed at supporting the design, performance evaluation, management and control in the scope of digital factory technology. He participated in several national and European research projects (FP7, H2020, Erasmus+).
Dr Giovanni Attolico
Leader of the Research on the application of Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence to Food Quality and Safety Control at National Research Council of Italy (STIIMA-CNR). He has a long experience in processing and analysis of multispectral and hyperspectral images. Leader of research units in projects founded by public institutions and private companies.
Dr András Sebők
General Manager of Campden BRI Hungary. 44 years’ experience in the food industry R+I, training, knowledge transfer, food safety management – hygiene, application of digital solutions in food processing. Chairman of the research & innovation expert group of the FoodDrink Europe. Leader of the EIT FOOD RIS Hub in Hungary. WP leader, participant of several H2020, FP7 and FP6 projects.
Deputy General Manager of Campden BRI Hungary. Relevant experience in food industry R+I, training, knowledge transfer, food safety management – hygiene, application of digital solutions in food processing.
Development Engineer at Campden BRI Hungary, her scope of work is the application of advanced technologies, and digitisation and industry 4.0 in the food sector. She graduated in Food Engineering on the specialization of Technologies and Quality Management of Canning Industry and holds a master’s degree with a focus on Process Planning. After graduation she started her PhD studies, her field of research is the application of hyperspectral imaging in the food industry. She has gained experience in meat processing technology and beverage production.
The EIT Digital Professional works together with Campden BRI Hungary, the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) and ELTE university’s Faculty of Informatics in providing the short executive course.