(ANSA) – MILAN, 20 JUL – More than 600 projects from all over the world are candidates to participate in ‘Maker Faire Rome 2022 – The European Edition’, scheduled from 7 to 9 October at the Gazometro Ostiense. The event – promoted by the Rome Chamber of Commerce and organized by its special company Innova Camera – is thus preparing to celebrate its tenth edition by addressing all the key components of innovation, from digital manufacturing to the Internet of things, from robotics to artificial intelligence, from the circular economy to agritech, through biohacking, big data and aerospace.
Candidate projects come from the United States, Canada, India, Nepal, Ukraine, Japan, Croatia, Turkey, Portugal, Belgium, France and Germany, as well as from Italy. The topics covered are interesting and varied: robotics, digital fabrication and digital manufacturing are the masters, as well as the circular economy, but there is no shortage of projects on space, education, smart mobility, health, virtual and augmented reality, food technologies, Internet of things (IoT) and agriculture. Of the hundreds of projects that have arrived, most (over 300) concern the Call for Makers, but many have also answered the call from the Call for Universities and Research Institutes and the Call for Schools, a launch platform for open innovation to national secondary schools and schools belonging to European Union countries (students 14-18 years old) and carried out in collaboration with the Ministry of Education. “Once again – comments Luciano Mocci, president of Innova Camera – we were favorably impressed by the fact that most of the projects we have received from many countries, in addition to being noted for their high quality, are increasingly offered by young people. , universities, schools and research centers. A clear sign that our event, now in its tenth edition, is more vital than ever and arouses more and more great participation and considerable attention “. (HANDLE).