Having a chance to discuss in person the results, as well as the learnings proved to be extremely beneficial for the partners, looking beyond the end of the project. Connecting this interactive experience with a hybrid workshop for external audiences titled “Smart Energy Supply Platform Workshop”
turned out to be a tremendous success. Twenty three participants in-person had a chance to discover the project’s use cases first hand from presentations and demonstrations that included videos and visual explanations, as well as physical materials and testing. All of the workshop content was streamed and showed to the online audience as well, providing them a chance to interact with the presenters and other participants.
Additionally, the participants also had the chance to listen to short pitch presentations from the Smart2Go Design Contest Finalists and discuss with them the questions they had on developing their applications and ideas further. And lastly, EAB members or their colleagues finalized the meeting with presentations about current trends in the industry, which sparked exiting discussions. Overall, the meeting and workshop proved to mark a successful end to the project, establishing a base for further cooperation, both among the project partners and outside.