CNR presented SynAir-G project Futuro Remoto in Naples (Italy)


Image: CNR Team presented SynAir-G Project at Futuro Remoto science and technology fair (Naples (Italy), 21 – 26 November 2023) 


The National Research Council of Italy (CNR) presented their research activities at the 37th edition of Futuro Remoto 2023, a European fair for the dissemination of scientific and technological culture, organized in Naples (Italy) from 21st to 26th November 2023, in collaboration with Città della Scienza Foundation.

Futuro Remoto is a scientific fair, organised every year by the Città della Scienza Foundation in Naples and other cities in the Campania region, which aims to promote the relationship between science, knowledge and society.

This edition was focused on exploring the different forms of Intelligence, including Smart Sensing, the focus of CNR research activities. Smart sensing can be defined as an IoT (Internet of Things) technology that takes input from the physical environment and uses built-in computing resources to perform predefined functions upon detection of specific input and subsequently process data before passing it on. CNR actively use it for monitoring food quality, environmental factors and safety, including in its tasks within SynAir-G.

While promoting its activities in the field of smart sensing in food science, CNR also promotes and disseminates the objectives and the impact of SynAir-G on science and society. Their participation in Futuro Remoto is in alignment with the effort of each partner to promote the project on every appropriate occasion and reach the vastest number of people.

CNR successfully presented the activities of SynAir-G during Futuro Remoto scientific fair, where they also demonstrated to the public the use of smart sensors. This activity is the first step to spreading the voice about the project within the Italian community and increasing awareness about its activities and the future impact on indoor air quality in schools and children’s health.