We are pleased to invite you to join the new 'Timber Helix' community. This Helix arises from the 5G-TIMBER project, funded by the European Commission under Horizon Europe funding programme.

The 5G-TIMBER project aims to support the rapid uptake of 5G technologies, considering real industrial practices and constraints in the EU timber industries over the wood value chain. Edge-computing, AI and other technologies are rarely implemented by small and medium-size manufacturers due to high cost, technological risks and lack of best practice that discourage adoption. In these industries, small-volume machinery, hand-assembly and construction often present challenges in achieving efficient, green production, sustainability and zero-waste. 5G-TIMBER will conduct advanced, large-scale field trials on 5G deployments in energy-intensive scenarios. The project will specifically address the environmental and social sustainability of industrial production in the EU, by focusing on wood chain and timber construction.

The Timber Helix is an international open innovation community of specialists in the area of wood and timber engineering, manufacturing, advanced production & process technologies, industry 4.0 and related disciplines. By joining the Timber Helix, you can follow the project's advancements, activities, events, and results as well as collaborate with your peers. Within the Helix, you can share and join specific collaboration opportunities related to this topic. You can also invite any stakeholders outside of the Network who may be interested in this field, and whom you trust to participate.

To join the Timber Helix visit https://crowdhelix.com/helixes... and click "Follow". You will then be notified of new opportunities posted, according to your chosen notification settings.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the granting authority. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 or Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101058505.

Funded by the European Union