From 30th January to 3rd February 2018, the world’s leading fair for toys, games and play material, known as the Spielwarenmesse, was held in the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre.
Last November, 15th, it was held the event organised by the AM-Motion H2020 CSA project. Its aim was to determine a “strategic approach to increasing Europe’s value proposition for Additive Manufacturing technologies and capabilities”. The iBUS project had a relevant…
Last September 20th and 21st the iBUS general assembly were held at Paderborn University.
Next September 19th, the DMRC of Paderborn University, organises an event on the iBUS project, whose objective is to achieve a very simple design process for demand-driven toys customisation.
Leisure and free time have become essential in a society such as the current one, in which day-to-day activities are developed at a dizzying pace.
The Toys and Game Association, in cooperation with the Czech State Agency for Trade Promotion, Czech Trade, organized a workshop for Toy Producers from the Czech Republic on 17.5.2017.
The iBUS Business Model aims the creation and delivery of value for all stakeholders. The overall objective for iBUS is to develop an innovative internet based business model for the sustainable supply of traditional toy products.
Last March 8th, the 1st Technical event on 3D printing materials organised by CEP, the Plastic Spanish Centre, took place.
Last 21st and 22nd of February 2017 the 3rd General Assembly of iBUS project was held in Brussels. On its second day, we were pleased to welcome the monitor of the Commission.
Subsequently to the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, UPB continued dissemination activities at the international toy fair in Nürnberg, held from February 1st to 6th, 2017.