"Making the non-perceivable perceivable"
It is this slogan that guides us through the THEIAXR project and after 6 months of project execution, we are looking back at a very successful consortium meeting taking place at University of Luxembourg at the 26th and 27th June.
"I really appreciate the great exchange and open communication we are living in the project. The project has made great progress in all aspects, especially in the use case specifications." says Martijn Rooker, the THEIAXR project coordinator.
The next phase of the project is going to be as interesting as was the previous one, with operator workshops and, based on the requirements specified, first technological developments.
Thank you very much for hosting us University of Luxembourg, Anastasia Sergeeva and colleagues.