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The Hydra coordinater FhG FIT is a member of ARTEMISIA, the association for R&D actors in the field of ARTEMIS: Advanced Research & Technology for EMbedded Intelligence and Systems.

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The Hydra project is part of the Cluster of European projects on the Internet of Things. The Cluster aims to promote a common vision of the Internet of Things.

The Hydra project is co-funded by the European Commission within the Sixth Framework Programme in the area of Networked Embedded Systems under contract IST-2005-034891

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SAFES - Safe Food Enhancement System
SaFES trials a web-enabled software tool using well-established HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) principles to improve the quality of processes within food manufacturing plants. The SaFES tool is used by a team led by the manufacturer’s HACCP implementer to help conduct a hazard analysis and determine the critical control points (CCPs) with their associated limits and define corrective actions. SaFES then gathers real-time data via easily installed data loggers linked to a secure management system to automatically monitor the CCPs. Corrective actions can be established with customers. Reports of non-compliance and associated corrective action are documented and can be examined via authorised web-users within the supply chain.

AMI@Netfood - Development of Long-term shared vision on AMI Technologies for a Networked agri-food sector
The objective of AMI@Netfood project is to support the implementation of the IST Research Priority and Framework Programme, providing a long-term vision on future trends on Scientific and Technology Research oriented to the development and application of Ambient Intelligence technologies to the agri-food domain. The project will be carried out developing an ERA Pilot joint collaboration platform resulting from a roadmap the area of Applications and services for collaborative working.

GOODFOOD - Food Safety And Quality Monitoring With Microsystems
The GoodFood project is an Integrated Project presented within the IST thematic area of EC VI FP and aims at developing the new generation of analytical methods based on Micro and Nanotechnology (MST and M&NT) solutions for the safety and quality assurance along the food chain in the agrofood industry.  An Integrated Project is proposed to keep such a global view. The Project aims at the vertical integration of Micro and Nano Technologies from the land to the market.

SMES-NET - SMEs Networking European Food Safety Stakeholders
The present project aims at establishing the foot-roots of a European permanent network linking SMEs upwards with research institutions and downwards with consumers and nutritionists. The project is also a pilot action to lay the basis for the prospective participation of SMEs to future Community RTD activities, by establishing sectoral Working Groups (WGs) composed by representatives of the industry and of all FQSS.

QUALITYMEAT - Survey on the research landscape in the Associated Candidate Countries for monitoring and promoting Good Quality Meat production - the whole food chain from farm to fork of Poultry and Pork Meat
The QUALITYMEAT project will stimulate, encourage and facilitate the participation of organisations from the New Member States and Candidate Countries as well as SMEs. These will comprise information-; and awareness-; promotion of those countries research potential; support to researchers to participate in Brokerage Event and to encourage participation in projects as well as screening of research establishments active in "Quality and Safety Meat production" field. Links between the ACC high quality research centres to other high quality centres in ACC in Member States.

SAFIR - Safe and High Quality Food Production using Poor Quality Waters and Improved Irrigation Systems and Management
The present proposal addresses two fundamental problems that over the past decade increasingly have become concerns of the general public: the one problem being the jeopardizing of safety and quality of our food products, while the other being the increasing competition for clean fresh water.