Researchers from the University of Donja Gorica (UDG) and DunavNET (DNET) recently presented their collaborative project, TRACEWINDU, at the 27th IEEE Conference on Information Technology IT 2023. The conference, which took place in Zabljak, Montenegro from 15th to 18th February, featured a special session dedicated to EU projects being implemented in the region.
The TRACEWINDU project presentation was a highlight of this special session, and it attracted significant attention from conference attendees. Speakers at the presentation included Tomo Popovic (UDG), Svjetlana Krco (DNET), Srdjan Krco (DNET) and Bojana Malisic (UDG). Prof. Dr. Tomo Popovic gave the initial presentation on the project.
In addition to presenting their project at the conference, DNET and UDG also used the opportunity to organize meetings and discussions involving several researchers from UDG, DNET and other institutions. These meetings provided an excellent platform for researchers to exchange ideas and share their experiences.
The main objective of the TRACEWINDU project is to improve the productivity of vineyards while creating an innovative system capable of certifying the origin of the wine and the quality of the bottle delivered to the consumer. This project brings together researchers from different institutions, including UDG and DNET, to address some of the challenges faced by the wine industry.
Overall, the presentation of the TRACEWINDU project at the 27th IEEE Conference on Information Technology IT 2023 was a success. It highlighted the importance of collaboration and innovation in addressing the challenges faced by different industries. With the TRACEWINDU project, researchers are working towards a more productive and sustainable future for the wine industry.