• What is FoodMicroSystems? FoodMicroSystems objective is to initiate the implementation of microsystems &smart miniaturised systems in the food sector by improving cooperation between suppliers and users of microsystems for food/beverage quality and safety.
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    What is FoodMicroSystems?
  • Micro systems and smart systems Micro systems and smart systems Micro Systems are miniaturised equipment or material that use micro technologies. They can offer a wide range of technological solutions for the food industry. The project will provide a review of these solutions.
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  • The food sector With more than 300.000 companies and an annual turnover of 930 billion euro, the food sector represents an important market for smart systems applications. The project will provide a comprehensive review of the needs and constraints for implementing micro systems
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    The food sector
  • News News
    Final FoodMicroSystems reports and recommendations

    Following the review meeting organised by DG CONNECT in January 20124, the final FoodMicroSystem...
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  • Events
    31th March-2nd April 2014, Food Vision Event (France)

    The 2nd Food Vision Event will take place in Cannes (France) from the 31th of ...
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    Events
  • Final FoodMicroSystems reports and recommendations Final FoodMicroSystems reports and recommendations Following the review meeting organised by DG CONNECT in January 20124, the final FoodMicroSystems reports have been updated. They contain useful information and guidance for companies, research organisations and decision makers.
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Funding opportunities

List of funding opportunities in the area of smart systems research and innovation.

Document library

Selection of key documents relevant to smart (micro) systems and the food sector

Directory

Information on key research groups in microsystems that address food-related topics.

FoodMicroSystems: a FP7 project

Foodmicrosystems.eu project is supported by the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme [FP7/2007-2013] under grant agreement n° 287634