22/02/2018Charlemagne Building, Rue de la Loi 170 - 1000 Bruxelles - Belgio
The European project eBIZ-4.0, coordinated by CLAVEi, had been selected by European Commission to present its results at the conference "Industry Day", held in Bruxelles on February 22nd and 23rd, 2017, attended by delegates from the European Commission, government agencies, European and national business associations and a large audience of visitors, including the President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani and Elżbieta Bieńkowska, Commissioner for the Internal Market, Industry and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.
A two-day event born with the intention of sharing ideas on the direction that industrial development is taking, and on the road that Europe intends to take. A road that, looking at the themes at the center of the EU Industry Day, seems strongly centered on the theme of energy and the three initiatives promoted by the industrial sector: batteries, renewable energy and construction.
In the European project eBIZ 4.0, partially funded by the European Commission through the COSME program, aimed at improving the competitiveness of European SMEs, in addition to CLAVEi project coordinator from Spain, they are involved as partners Schaeffer Productique from France, KYKLOS from Italy (focused software houses on textiles) EURATEX from Belgium, and ENEA from Italy.
eBIZ 4.0 is the new phase of eBIZ, the public and private initiative that since 2008 supports hundreds of companies in the European textile and clothing industry, with the aim of connecting and exchanging digital data at lower costs.
eBIZ 4.0 has as its primary objective to favor the use of RFID technologies in the textile / clothing sector, together with the eBIZ standard, so that companies can manage the logistics and traceability of goods (for example, have information in a short time on warehouse stocks , the orders and the geographical position of the goods themselves).
The solutions developed by the eBIZ 4.0 project will be applied in at least 100 companies in the textile, clothing and footwear sectors, both in the production sector and in the trade, with the aim of improving product traceability, time to market and warehouse management. and the exchange of digital data with suppliers across the supply chain.