SmartAgriHubs stands with Ukraine
In face of the ongoing conflict, the SmartAgriHubs community stands together with Ukraine.
Thinking on a field controlled remotely
In a world that tends to work remotely, counting with dozens of disruptive technologies that facilitate the work and management, we wonder if farmers will benefit about teleworking, managing most of the tasks from the office, next to the countryside or, why not, from another country, minimizing land tasks.
Role of farmers associations in ICT innovations
Farmers' associations can connect farmers to colleagues, advisors, research and the interests of stakeholders. Farmer associations can develop these competences as Digital Innovation Hubs, or as supporters of them.
The generational and gender gap in agriculture through figures and facts
04 February 2022 - The European agricultural sector is undeniably facing several challenges including an ageing population and gender inequality. However, tackling these challenges head-on can provide a professional development opportunity for new generations, in which women will experience an acceleration towards equality.
DemoFarms by AUA
- Animal Production
02 February 2022 - The DemoFarms initiative by the Agricultural University of Athens aims to raise awareness about the agri-food sector and agricultural production, involving digital technologies and other innovations.
Hyperlocal weather forecast benefits the environment and the farmers
02 December 2021 - The agricultural production is dependent on many different resources, but weather conditions are the only factor influencing the crop development in every single moment (for а period of 5 to 9 months), from the seeding to harvesting. For this reason, an accurate weather forecast is essential to improve the sustainability and the cost-effectiveness.
Providing the opportunities of SAH project for the process of digitalization to support ongoing processes and approaches
19 November 2021 - Across Europe, a lot of activities and funding are on the way to accelerate digitalization. Drones, sensors, clouds and other innovations promise many new visions and opportunities. The introduction of digital technologies already contributes to producing more sustainable food, preventing emissions, improving animal welfare, promoting biodiversity and reducing workloads as well as keeping rural areas attractive. It is still a challenge to make the best possible use of these opportunities taking into account sustainable answers to data protection, data security and data sovereignty issues.
Application of OriginTrail to the organic food
10 November 2021 - Transparency and trust are crucial for a well-performing and sustainable organic food sector. With the use of the OriginTrail DKG, crucial data from stakeholders across the supply chains is able to be connected and secured from manipulation through blockchain technology. Trusted and connected data is then used in different web applications to improve traceability of organic products, increase trust, and help optimize every stage of the supply chain management process.
European Gender Equality Week - Cristina Caparrós
29 October 2021 - The European Parliament FEMM Committee started on 25 October its second "European Gender equality week". For this second day, Cristina Caparrós, in charge of La Platgeta, answers our questions.
European Gender Equality Week - Martina Vicini
28 October 2021 - The European Parliament FEMM Committee is celebrating its 2nd European Gender Equality Week. On this fourth