Exciting developments are brewing as we approach the culmination of the CYRENE project, slated for September this year. The HYPER team remains deeply engaged in a dynamic array of tasks, stretching from the technical to the evaluative and business-oriented arenas.
We’re committed to fostering strong ties with both our technical partners and the end-users, who are integral to the project’s success. Our focus is to gather meaningful feedback that will aid us in continually refining the CYRENE solution, ensuring that it meets the specific needs and expectations of our end-users.
Simultaneously, we are navigating through a dual verification and validation process. On one hand, we confirm the technical soundness of the solution and, on the other, we validate its relevance and applicability from the end-user’s perspective. This dual approach is augmented by the participation of additional external end-users, brought on board through our Open Call procedure which successfully concluded in January 2023.
These meticulous steps are crucial in evaluating the commercial viability of the CYRENE platform across varying supply chain contexts. HYPER remains dedicated to collaborating with our partners, delving deeper to identify and flesh out the project’s main Key Exploitable Results. This meticulous groundwork will undoubtedly lay the foundation for the subsequent engineering and commercialization stages set to launch post-project completion.
As we surge towards this significant milestone, the challenge is both invigorating and inspiring for us and the entire CYRENE consortium. We are eager to showcase the tangible results we’ve achieved and penetrate the target market with compelling value propositions. So stay tuned – there’s much more to com
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This blog is signed by: the HYPER team
Project Coordinator: Sofoklis Efremidis
Institution: Maggioli SPA
Duration: 36 months
Participating organisations: 14
Number of countries: 10
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