The 3rd Patras Innovation Quest (Patras IQ 2016) exhibition was held at the Tofalos stadium of Patras, Greece, between April 15th and 17th. It was organised by the University of Patras, along with the research institutes located in Western Greece, and is meant to communicate the results originating from research projects to the general public of Patras. This year’s exhibition featured 70 booths from research teams working in areas such as biomaterials, the Internet of Things, virtual reality, electrical racing cars, smart homes, educational systems, among other. The exhibition was a resounding success, receiving several thousands of visitors during its 3-day span.
GAIA progress so far was showcased at the booth hosted by CTI (Computer Technology Institute “Diophantus”), where the current implementation of GAIA’s online portal for Greek public schools was available to visitors, featuring real-time data for the IoT installations available.
Here is a video overview of the 3 days of the exhibition and the exhibition space:
You can find more information regarding PatrasIQ (in Greek) at http://www.patrasiq.gr