The project Holozcan is announcing its first Stakeholders’ Meeting on Wednesday 15 December 2021, in Warsaw, Poland.
Funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, the project develops comprehensive and innovative means of respiratory, ventilation and environmental biological data sampling that can be used in real–time, standoff or in mobile context, to detect bio–threats in the form of pathogens and bacteria.
In order to identify the most needed range of applications, a consultation and exchange process with relevant Stakeholders has to be engaged, to best define users’ needs.
This meeting aim is to support the conceptualization of HoloZcan work, and the identification of potential test studies. More specifically, the following activities will be done: 1. Presenting the proposed technical concept of the HoloZcan system to stakeholders; 2. Evaluating, reviewing, ranking, filtering and refining selected scenarios by stakeholders; 4. Providing end–user guidance to the establishment of the suite of use cases; and, 5. Collecting end–user requirements for the HoloZcan system: through brainstorming sessions, requirements gathering and scenario development discussions.
The venue will combine in–presence attendance, with an online teleconference simultaneously, so all project Partners and Stakeholders can attend in full, listen to the presentations and interact with each other’s.
More information about the project can be found at www.HoloZcan.com , and also on LinkedIn as well as on Twitter Contact details: INFO@HoloZcan.com