Marilia last project meeting took place at the AIT, in Wien, Austria.
The main aim of the meeting was to provide an overview of the final work status of the project, being this the last progress meeting and being held only a few days prior the project ending.
The meeting began with an overall project status overview, with partners discussing the developments of each work package in the 6 month time extension and eventual deviations from the original schedule and issues that may have arisen during the activities. Furthermore, new scientific publications regarding the results achieved are expected in the coming weeks. The main focus then shifted on the exploitation aspects of the project that were mainly addressed during the last part of the project life. The results of the on-field testing for the early prototype of Marilia will be available in the next weeks. The team remains very satisfied with Catana’s results and confident about the continuation of development in applications.
The meeting concluded with a tour of the AIT laboratories.
The Marilia project ends at the end of February, with the review expected about a month later.