Due to the war in Ukraine and the global pandemic, agriculture is going through a severe turmoil.
Any digital product is only as good as its documentation.
Traditional agriculture is in crisis! The ongoing events like global warming, overpopulation and tragedies such as the war in Ukraine are pushing food productio
The previous blog post about the FlexiGroBots Platform mentioned the “Common application services” as o
The introduction of new digital technologies in agriculture is transforming the traditional processes and practices that have been used for hundreds of years.
Crop diseases can cause significant loss of yield and quality of the final product.
This project will focus on DIHs and new business model offerings that will commercially enable the services and tools developed during the FlexiGroBots project
The FlexiGroBots project has to, among its objectives, pay special attention to Portability, Interoperability and the use of Standards.
Written by: Dr. Mikko Hakojärvi, Crop production, Principal designer Mtech Digital Solutions Oy
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Written by: Juha-Pekka Soininen, Principal Scientist at VTT
Written by: Angela Ribeiro (Scientific Researcher at Centre for Automation and Robotics (CAR) - CSIC), Joao Valente (Assistant Professor at the Wageningen University & Research), Sergio Alvarez (IT Project Manager at Seresco), and Emilio Canas (Technical and Quality Director at Bodegas Terras Gauda).
Written by: Oskar Marko and Dajana Vujaklija (BioSense Institute)
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