One of the key features of the RiMaCon project is the transfer of knowledge (ToK) between commercial and non-commercial partners. This ToK takes place by employees of one organisation in the consortium going on secondment to another organisation within the consortium in order to share knowledge and progress work.
Craig Smith and Neil Smith from Computors (UK) will shortly be travelling to the University of West Bohemia (CZ) to undertake secondments with the aim of progressing work on work package 4. Craig will stay for a period of 2 weeks, Neil for 4 weeks.
Nengi Odimabo from the University of Wolverhampton (UK) will be travelling to Vettorazzo Construzioni (IT) in September for 2 weeks to begin work on work package 5, and Jiri Tupa from the University of West Bohemia (CZ) will also travel to Vettorazzo at the end of September for a period of 2 weeks.