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INCISIVE

A Multimodal AI-based Toolbox and an Interoperable Health Imaging Repository for the Empowerment of Imaging Analysis related to the Diagnosis, Prediction and Follow-up of Cancer

Call H2020-SC1-FA-DTS-2019-1
Topic DT-TDS-05-2020: “AI for Health Imaging
Type RIA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 952179
Duration October 2020 – March 2024 (42 months)
Budget € 9,995,727.50
Funding € 9,995,727.50
Website t.b.d.

Project Summary

INCISIVE aims to address three major open challenges in order to explore the full potential of AI solutions in cancer imaging: (1) AI challenges unique to medical imaging, (2) Image labelling and annotation and (3) Data availability and sharing. In order to do that INCISIVE will develop and validate: (1) an AI-based toolbox that enhances the accuracy, specificity, sensitivity, interpretability and cost-effectiveness of existing cancer imaging methods, (2) an automated-ML based annotation mechanism to rapidly produce training data for machine learning research and (3) a pan-European repository federated repository of medical images, that will enable the secure donation and sharing of data in compliance with ethical, legal and privacy demands, increasing accessibility to datasets and enabling experimentation of AI-based solutions.

The INCISIVE models and analytics will utilize various cancer imaging scans, biological data and EHRs, and will be trained with 1 PB of available data provided by 8 partners within the project. INCISIVE solution will be investigated in three validation studies for Lung, Breast, Prostate and Colorectal Cancer, taking place in 8 sites, from 5 countries (Italy, Spain, Greece, Cyprus and Serbia), with participation of at least 2,600 patients and a total duration of 1,5 year. INCISIVE moves beyond the state of the art, by improving sensitivity and specificity of lower cost scanning methods, accurately predicting the tumor spread, evolution and relapse, enhancing interpretability of results and “democratizing” imaging data.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • Project Coordinator
  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider
  • Technical support to the Italian pilot

 

Partners

  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Centro Regionale ICT SCRL (Italy)
  • Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (Greece)
  • Centre for Reseach and Technology Hellas (Greece)
  • Barcelona Supercomputing Centre (Spain)
  • European Dynamics SA (Luxembourg)
  • Telesto IoT Solutions Ltd. (United Kingdom)
  • Innosystems Ltd. (Greece)
  • Squaredev BV (Belgium)
  • Visaris D.o.o (Serbia)
  • University of Naples Federico II (Italy)
  • Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
  • Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)
  • Kingston University (United Kingdom)
  • Hellenic Cancer Society (Greece)
  • Cyprus Association of Cancer Patients and Friends (Cyprus)
  • University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy)
  • University of Athens (Greece)
  • University of Helsinki (Finland)
  • University of Novi Sad (Serbia)
  • German Oncology Centre (Cyprus)
  • Biomedical Research Institute August Sunyer (Spain)
  • Foundation Tic Salut (Spain)
  • Time.Lex (Belgium)
  • White Research SPRL (Belgium)
  • Medtronic SA (Spain)

BRIDGES

A Hybrid (Physical-Digital) Multi-User Extended Reality Platform as a Stimulus for Industry Uptake of Interactive Technologies

Call H2020-ICT-2018-2019-2020
Topic SU-ICT-55-2019: “Interactive Technologies
Type IA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 952043
Duration October 2020 – September 2022 (24 months)
Budget € 2.549.218,75
Funding € 2.018.631,25
Website t.b.d.

Project Summary

BRIDGES aims to support and boost the pan-European interactive technologies industry and contribute to “bridging” the gap between interactive technologies and industry, through the development of a holistic solution for (remote and co-located) group interaction in room-scale immersive mixed reality (or eXtended Reality – XR) environments that blend the physical and virtual space. The BRIDGES solution is based on an existing platform, the Immersive Deck, which will be further researched and developed into a turn-key product with widespread applicability that may act as a stimulus for the uptake of interactive technologies by industry.

BRIDGES will focus on the areas of training and informal learning, culture, and entertainment, as it is widely recognized that immersive XR is an extremely promising tool for the enhancement of a user’s experience in these areas, and an optimal medium for achieving enhanced performance, engagement, a high level of effectiveness, and the transfer of skills and knowledge into the real world. To ensure widespread uptake, within BRIDGES, we will be carrying out extensive and comprehensive studies to validate the proposed solution “in-the-wild”, i.e. in the real world settings of major international airports in Germany and Greece for training firefighters and first responders, and in a highly visited informal educational and cultural center – museum in Greece, for enhancing the learning and recreational experience of visitors. The extensive validation effort undertaken by BRIDGES is expected to lead to the short-term commercial deployment of the BRIDGES end-results in the specific domains addressed by the project pilots, but also to provide replicability recommendations and scale-up guidelines for deploying the resulting XR platform in other industrial and entertainment domains, in the longer term.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • Project Coordinator
  • Technological Provider
  • Exploitation Manager

 

Partners

  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Illusion Walk KG (Germany)
  • Bolt Virtual Services and Productions IKE (Greece)
  • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece)
  • Technical University Wien (Austria)
  • Fondazione Sistema Toscana (Italy)
  • Foundation of the Hellenic World (Greece)
  • Athens International Airport SA (Greece)
  • Flughafen Berlin Brandernburg GmbH (Germany)

Search and Rescue

Emerging Technologies for Early Location of Entrapped Victims under Collapsed Structures and Advanced Wearables for Risk Assessment and First Responders Safety in SAR operations

Call H2020-SU-SEC-2018-2019-2020
Topic SU-DRS02-2019: “Technologies for First Responders
Type RIA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 882897
Duration July 2020 – June 2023 (36 months)
Budget € 7.890.585,00
Funding € 7.890.585,00
Website t.b.d.

Project Summary

The Search and Rescue project will design, implement and test through a series of large scale pilot scenarios a highly interoperable, modular open architecture platform for first responders capitalising on expertise and technological infrastructure from both COncORDE and IMPRESS FP7 projects. The governance model of Search and Rescue will be designed to operate more effectively and its architectural structure will allow to easily incorporate next generation R&D and COTS solutions which will be possibly adopted in the future disaster management systems. The Model will also support a unified vision of the EU role and will provide a common framework to assess needs and integrate responses. The framework will enable supportive approach using a wider range of decisional support features and monitoring systems and will also give to first responders an effective and unified vision of (a) the dynamic changes going on during event’s lifetime and (b) the capabilities and resources currently deployed in the field.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider

 

Partners

  • National Technical University of Athens (Greece)
  • Konnektable Solutions Ltd. (Ireland)
  • Aideas Ou (Estonia)
  • Siveco Romania (Romania)
  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Thales Italia S.p.A. (Italia)
  • Atos IT Solutions and Services Iberia S.A. (Spain)
  • Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (Greece)
  • German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (Germany)
  • Università degli Studi di Cagliari (Italy)
  • Università degli Studi di Firenze (Italy)
  • Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy)
  • University of Hasselt (Belgium)
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussels (Belgium)
  • University of Social Sciences (Poland)
  • Synyo GmbH (Austia)
  • Ubitech Limited (Greece)
  • UKeMED Global Ltd. (Cyprus)
  • Public Safety Communication Europe Forum (Belgium)
  • Hellenic Rescue Team (Greece)
  • Hellenic Fire Corps (Greece)
  • Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. (Germany)
  • Johanniter Österreich Ausbildung und Forschung GmbH (Austria)
  • Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (Italy)
  • Pompiers de l’Urgence Internationale (France)
  • Servicio Madrileno de Salud (Spain)
  • Search and Rescue Dogs School (Spain)
  • Romanian Cluster PROECO-CBRNE (Romania)

METICOS

A Platform for Monitoring and Prediction of Social Impact and Acceptability of Modern Border Control Technology

Call H2020-SU-SEC-2018-2019-2020
Topic SU-BES01-2019: “Human factors, and social, societal, and organisational aspects of border and external security
Type RIA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 883075
Duration September 2020 – August 2023 (36 months)
Budget € 4.997.481,25
Funding € 4.997.481,25
Website t.b.d.

Project Summary

METICOS aims to introduce Big Data Analysis of border control information systems, in order to provide a step-change towards more modern and efficient Smart Border management and towards gaining societal and political acceptance of modern control technologies of EU borders such as “no gate solutions”. It is therefore positioned as an initiative to create a real-time decision-support system with regard to different Smart Border control technologies that empowers two major stakeholder groups within the European border control sector (i.e., travellers and border control authorities & service providers) to ensure user acceptance, secure positive societal impact and maximize border control process efficiency. To this end, the METICOS project will develop a platform that integrates information systems and networks of data sources in order to validate the efficiency and users acceptance of border control technologies like fingerprint and iris scanners. The proposed platform will provide metrics and KPIs to authorities and decision makers, based on a number of independent variables: performance expectancy, effort expectancy, facilitating conditions, physical privacy, accuracy, information privacy, ethical and societal perceptions. METICOS will be demonstrated and validated under real operating conditions. This will involve two pilot implementations executed at five different countries involving real travellers and staff.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider

 

Partners

  • Europea University Cyprus (Cyprus)
  • Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (Greece)
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)
  • Austrian Institute of Technology (Austria)
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)
  • Net-U Consultants Ltd. (Cyprus)
  • Siveco Romania (Romania)
  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • ViLabs Ltd (Greece)
  • Johanniter Österreich Ausbildung und Forschung (Austria)
  • Ministry of Interior (Greece)
  • Estonian Police and Border Guard Board (Estonia)
  • Inspectoratul Teritorial al Politiei de Frontiera (Romania)
  • State Border Guard Service (Ukraine)
  • Cyprus Police (Cyprus)

SYNERGY

Big Data Value Creation within Synergetic Energy-as-a-Service Applications through Trusted Multi-Party Data Sharing over an AI / Big Data Analytics Marketplace

Call H2020-ICT-2018-2020
Topic ICT-11-2018: “Big data solutions for energy
Type IA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 872734
Duration January 2020 – June 2023 (42 months)
Budget € 12.738.950,00
Funding € 9.929.240,00
Website www.synergyh2020.eu/

Project Summary

SYNERGY introduces a novel reference big data architecture and platform that leverages data, primary or secondarily related to the electricity domain, coming from diverse sources (APIs, historical data, statistics, sensors/ IoT, weather, energy markets and various other open data sources) to help electricity stakeholders to simultaneously enhance their data reach, improve their internal intelligence on electricity-related optimization functions, while getting involved in novel data (intelligence) sharing/trading models, in order to shift individual decision-making at a collective intelligence level.

To this end SYNERGY will develop a highly effective a Big Data Platform and AI Analytics Marketplace, accompanied by big data-enabled applications for the totality of electricity value chain stakeholders (altogether integrated in the SYNERGY Big Data-driven EaaS Framework). SYNERGY will be validated in 5 large-scale demonstrators, in Spain, Greece, Finland, Austria, and Croatia, involving diverse actors and data sources, heterogeneous energy assets, varied voltage levels and network conditions and spanning different climatic, demographic and cultural characteristics.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider
  • Exploitation Leader

 

Partners

  • ETRA SA (Spain)
  • Grupo Cuerva SL (Spain)
  • Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios SA (Spain)
  • Sistemas Urbanos de Energias Renovables SL (Spain)
  • CIRCE Foundation (Spain)
  • Aegean Energy Agency (Greece)
  • Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (Greece)
  • Independent Power Trasmission Operator SA (Greece)
  • Attiki Gas Supply Company (Greece)
  • Forum Virium Helsinki (Finland)
  • VTT Technical Research Centre (Finland)
  • Caverion Suomi Oy (Finland)
  • Energie Gussing GmbH (Austria)
  • European Centre for Renewable Energy (Austria)
  • Energy Services Handels (Austria)
  • Ponikve D.o.o (Croatia)
  • Koncar d.d. (Croatia)
  • Suite5 Data Intelligence Solutions Ltd. (Cyprus)
  • UBITECH Ubiquitos Solutions (Greece)
  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Geco Global Ivs (Denmark)
  • University of Cyprus (Cyprus)
  • Elin Verd SA (Greece)
  • Knowledgebiz Consulting (Portugal)

DataVaults

Persistent Personal Data Vaults Empowering a Secure and Privacy Preserving Data Storage, Analysis, Sharing and Monetisation Platform

Call H2020-ICT-2018-2020
Topic ICT-13-2018: “Supporting the emergence of data markets and the data economy
Type IA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 871755
Duration Gennaio 2020 – December 2022 (36 months)
Budget € 7.664.755,00
Funding € 5.999.995,00
Website www.datavaults.eu/

Project Summary

DataVaults aims to deliver a framework and a platform that has personal data, coming from diverse sources in its centre and that defines secure, trusted and privacy preserving mechanisms allowing individuals to take ownership and control of their data and share them at will, through flexible data sharing and fair compensation schemes with other entities (companies or
not). The overall approach will rejuvenate the personal data value chain, which could from now on be seen as a multi-sided and multi-tier ecosystem governed and regulated by smart contracts which safeguard personal data ownership, privacy and usage and attributes value to the ones who produce it.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider
  • Dissemination Leader

 

Partners

  • Fraunhofer FOKUS (Germany)
  • Atos SA (Spain)
  • Artificious (Belgium)
  • Assentian Europe Ltd. (Israel)
  • Infineon Technologies AG (Germany)
  • Infineon Technologies AG (Austria)
  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • UBITECH Ubiquitos Solutions (Greece)
  • Suite5 data Intelligence Solutions Ltd. (Cyprus)
  • A7 Software (Belgium)
  • ETA Consulting (Italy)
  • Danish Technical University (Denmark)
  • Tecnalia Research & Innovation (Spain)
  • Olympiakos Stadium (Greece)
  • Comune di Prato (Italy)
  • MyEnergia SL (Spain)
  • Piraeus Municipality (Greece)

PolicyCLOUD

Policy Management through Technologies Across the Complete Data Lifecycle on Cloud Environments

Call H2020-SC6-GOVERNANCE-2018-2019-2020
Topic DT-GOVERNANCE-12-2019-2020: “Pilot on using the European cloud infrastructure for public administrations
Type IA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 870675
Duration Gennaio 2020 – December 2022 (36 months)
Budget € 5.251.482,50
Funding € 3.999.545,00
Website https://policycloud.eu/

Project Summary

PolicyCLOUD delivers a unique integrated environment addressing the full lifecycle of policy management: modelling, monitoring, enforcing, simulation, analysis and compliance. The environment will utilize the capabilities offered by the European Cloud Initiative, with an emphasis on data analysis to facilitate evidence-based policy making. The co-creation of multi-modal policies will follow an innovative modelling process for structural representation of schema-based policies.

PolicyCLOUD environment will integrate a set of reusable models and tools, ranging from social dynamics and behaviour analysis, to situational knowledge acquisition, opinion mining and sentiment analysis, complemented with tools for data aggregation, linking and cleaning. Citizen participation will be ensured exploiting techniques for incentives management and a Living Lab approach put forward by the project. A toolkit which allows the specification of transferable and re-usable analytics tasks in a declarative way, their integration in the policies management path, as well as an adaptive visualization environment, will realize PolicyCLOUD’s vision of openness and extensibility.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider
  • Innovation Manager
  • Demonstrator

 

Partners

  • Atos SA (Spain)
  • IBM Science and Technology Ltd. (Israel)
  • EGI Advanced Computing Services (Netherlands)
  • Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (Greece)
  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • LeanXcale Sl (Spain)
  • Ubitech Ltd. (Cyprus)
  • Okys Ltd. (Bulgaria)
  • Trust-IT Services Ltd. (UK)
  • DWF Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft (Germany)
  • University of Piraeus Research Centre (Greece)
  • Istituto Tecnologico de Aragon (Spain)
  • Sociedad Aragonesa de Gestión Agroambiental (Spain)
  • London Borough of Camden (UK)
  • Municipality of Sofia (Bulgaria)

TeNDER

Affective-based Integrated Care for Better Quality of Life

Call H2020-SC1-DTH-2018-2020
Topic SC1-DTH-11-2019: “Large Scale pilots of personalised & outcome based integrated care
Type IA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 875325
Duration November 2019 – October 2022 (36 months)
Budget € 5.698.332,50
Funding € 4.998.282,50
Website www.tender-health.eu/

Project Summary

TeNDER will create an integrated care ecosystem for assisting people with chronic diseases of Alzheimer’s (AD), Parkinson’s (PD) and comorbidity with Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD) through the use of affect based micro tools. These microservices will recognise the mood of a person and thus adapt the system’s probes to the person’s needs via a multi-sensorial system, even in the most
severe cases, and match with clinical (from Electronic Health Records (EHRs)) and clerical patient information, while preserving privacy, monitoring the ethical principles, providing data protection and security, with the result of an increased Quality of Life (QoL). In addition, interactive communication and social services will strength the elderly support, extending their autonomy and care supply chain..

TeNDER will perform 5 large scale pilots, involving 5 user partners and 1500+ TeNDER final users in 4 different European regions, with at least 735 patients (+40% in the patients control group, making a total of 1030 patients), 85 health professionals (physicians mainly), 30 social workers, 570 caregivers (professional and relatives) and 60 other staff (clerks, Hospital IT support, etc.), to provide tailor suited integrated care services to promote wellbeing and health recovery.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider

 

Partners

  • Universitad Politecnica de Madrid (Spain)
  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • DataWizard S.r.l. (Italy)
  • Ubiwhere Lda (Portugal)
  • Elgoline D.o.o (Slovenia)
  • Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (Greece)
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussels (Belgium)
  • European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (Belgium)
  • Servicio Madrileno de Salud (Spain)
  • Schön Klinik Bad Aibling (Germany)
  • Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” (Italy)
  • Spomincica Alzheimer Slovenija (Slovenia)
  • Asociacion Parkinson Madrid (Spain)

ONCORELIEF

A Digital Guardian Angel Enhancing Cancer Patient’s Wellbeing and Health Status Improvement Following Treatment

Call H2020-SC1-DTH-2018-2020
Topic SC1-DTH-11-2019: “Big data and Artificial Intelligence for monitoring health status and quality of life after the cancer treatment
Type IA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 875392
Duration Gennaio 2020 – December 2022 (36 months)
Budget € 4.872.250,00
Funding € 4.872.250,00
Website www.oncorelief.eu

Project Summary

The burden of cancer is rising globally and is estimated to have reached 18.1 million new cases and 9.6 million cancer deaths in 2018. Despite the rising cancer incidence, improvements in early detection and therapeutic treatment have improved cancer survival. As a consequence, the number of cancer survivors is increasing globally, creating the need to improve not only treatment but also wellness and follow‐up care. Cancer treatment often involves combined modalities such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy. In the past decades, more effective and targeted therapeutic modalities and less destructive cancer treatments have been developed such as immunotherapy and drug‐targeted therapy. Even so, cancer and its treatment have important physical and psychosocial sequelae.

ONCORELIEF will leverage the above 6 drivers in order to skillfully and methodologically overcome technical challenges, by introducing new approaches that will allow the utilization of big datasets in order to develop a user-centered AI System to facilitate the integration of QoL assessment instruments through the use of PROMs and PREMs in order to improve post-treatment health status, increase the wellbeing, and follow‐up care of cancer patients. This will be achieved through an intuitive smart digital assistant (Guardian Angel), able to provide personalized support in post-treatment activities and tasks, suggest actions regarding the patients’ overall health-status, improved wellbeing and active health-care and ultimately maintain him/her engaged on a wellness journey that will safeguard his/her health over the foreseeable prolonged post-cancer treatment period.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • Technical Coordinator
  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider

 

Partners

  • Exus Software Ltd. (UK)
  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • InnoSystems IKE (Greece)
  • CareAcross Ltd. (UK)
  • Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (Greece)
  • Suite5 Data Intelligence Solutions (Cyprus)
  • MCS Datalabs GmbH (Germany)
  • Fraunhofer ITWM (Germany)
  • University Medical Center Mainz (Germany)
  • Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna (Italy)
  • Istituto Scientifico Romagnolo per lo Studio e la Cura dei Tumori (Italy)
  • Schön Klinik Bad Aibling (Portugal)
  • Time.Lex (Belgium)

KYKLOS 4.0

An Advanced Circular and Agile Manufacturing Ecosystem based on Rapid Reconfigurable Manufacturing Process and Individualized Consumer Preferences

Call H2020-DT-2018-2020
Topic DT-ICT-07-2018-2019: “Digital Manufacturing Platforms for Connected Smart Factories
Type IA
Reference Grant Agreement No. 872570
Duration January 2020 – June 2023 (42 months)
Budget € 19.248.200,00
Funding € 15.948.875,00
Website https://kyklos40project.eu

Project Summary

KYKLOS 4.0 will demonstrate, in a realistic, measurable, and replicable way the transformative effects that CPS, PLM, LCA, AR and AI technologies and methodologies will have to the Circular Manufacturing (CM) Framework. To this end, Kthe project will (1) perform large-scale piloting in 7 pilots to demonstrate the technical, environmental and economic viability of its ecosystem to reshape intra-factory processes and services, (2) show the value in terms of operational efficiency improvements by at least 15%, (3) deliver resources reusable solutions (second use of material, part and components reuse) for the whole manufacturing sectors, (4) ensure scalability for future scale of novel CM technologies and services at least at the level of year 2024, (5) engage over 100 key European industry actors, (6) transfer knowledge and technology to increase use of KYKLOS 4.0 Ecosystem to at least 50%, (7) strengthen the position of Europen CM technologies providers and sector fostering a market share of up to 12%, (8) pursue a strong plan for sustainability by incubating at least 3 post-project replication sites, and (9) mobilize additional sector investments of at least 6 times the EC contribution.

The role of Maggioli can be summarized as follows:

  • System Integrator
  • Technological Provider

 

Partners

  • Tecnalia Research and Innovation (Spain)
  • Maggioli S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Centro di Ricerche Europeo di Tecnologie Design e Materiali (Italy)
  • Hellenic Urban Non-Profit Organisation (Greece)
  • Jotne EPM Technology (Finland)
  • F6S network Lrd. (UK)
  • Fraunhofer FOKUS (Germany)
  • European Digitial SME Alliance (Belgium)
  • Centre Internacional De Metodes Numerics en Energia (Spain)
  • Cirtes Src (France)
  • Siveco SA (Romania)
  • Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (Greece)
  • GFT Srl (Italy)
  • Konnektable Technologies Limited (Ireland)
  • Advantic Sustemas y servicios SL (Spain)
  • Universitad Politecnica de Madrid (Spain)
  • PDMFC (Portugal)
  • Engineers for Business (Greece)
  • Algo Systems (Greece)
  • Universidade de Coimbra (Portugal)
  • Innovacts Ltd. (Cyprus)
  • Astilleros de Santander (Spain)
  • GE Medical Systems (Israel)
  • Vestel Elektronik AS (Turkey)
  • Continental Automotive SRL (Romania)
  • Pro Medicare SRL (Italy)
  • Diad Group SRL (Italy)
  • Kanfit Ltd. (Israel)
  • Pindos Agricultural Cooperative (Greece)
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