The first edition of the Earth Technology Expo is taking place in the city of Florence, at the Fortezza da Basso, and it will last from October 13 until October 16, 2021.
EPOS, the European Plate Observing System, is present at the Earth Technology Expo, at the INGV stand. Promotional materials, such as videos and brochures, and the EPOS team inform the visitors about EPOS' objectives, results and the various activities of the scientific communities that constitute the EPOS ERIC consortium.
The Earth Technology Expo was created to support the strategic guidelines of the G20 chaired by Italy, which include the promotion of aerospace investments, research in energy transition, and the advancement of 5G and 6G networks, among other innovation key drivers.
The exhibition is flanked by a wide-ranging debate space, both in person and via the web. At the Expo, researchers, students, civil protection agencies, businesses representatives and public institutions will have the opportunity to foster collaborations across different markets and fields of expertise, at the intersection between technology and earth sciences.
More information here https://www.etexpo.it/