Agroknow and the AIMS team are pleased to invite you to attend the upcoming webinar “How much data is enough in Precision Agriculture?”, in the context of H2020 BigDataEurope project.
The aim of the webinar is to present the most exciting areas of applied research of the Niagara College (NC) Agriculture & Environmental Technologies Innovation Centre team and learn more about the tools, data analysis work, partnership, collaboration and opportunities.
Dr. Mike Duncan (Industrial Research Chair), Sarah Lepp (Senior Research Associate) and Gregor MacLean (Research Project Manager) will give presentations covering the following topics:
- Vineyard and Orchard Precision Agriculture
- Field Topography Analysis and Yield Trends
- Crop Yield Data Management and Analysis
- Dynamic Crop Tracking System
So, keep a slot at your calendars on the following date:
10 May 2017 – 15:00 CET / 16:00 CEST (Use Time Converter to calculate the time difference between time in your location and CET/CEST time)
How to join
The session is open to everyone.… Click to read the full post
On 28th of June 2016, the AIMS team will be hosting a webinar aimed at anyone who needs to learn more about open publishing of agricultural knowledge and research.
This webinar will cover how the novel approaches taken by the publication venue Open Knowledge in Agricultural Development (OKAD) and the publishing platform it is hosted on, F1000Research, are addressing these issues. OKAD publishes academic articles, posters and slide presentations involving open knowledge projects within all areas of agriculture, nutrition and agro-biodiversity.
The webinar’s presenter will be Thomas Ingraham, Publishing Editor at F1000Research.
For more information regarding how to join and the required system specifications, please visit http://aims.fao.org/node/119009.… Click to read the full post
One of the components of Agroknow’s work in the context of the BigDataEurope Horizon 2020 project is to identify and promote big data initiatives and existing work in the agri-food sector and at a global level and see how these could be mapped to the technical work that the project will design and deploy at a later stage. At the same time, existing efforts, work and outcomes are studied and good practices are identified, in order to be adapted and adopted in different cases. In this context, we were happy to see some month ago CGIAR, a global network of fifteen (15) agricultural research centers all over the world, show activity towards the exploitation of big data for addressing food security.… Click to read the full post
We are happy to announce, thanks to our dearest colleagues from AIMS team Karna and Thembani, the webinar dedicated to our AKStem service and AGRIS Data processing!
The aim of the webinar is to present the new online service desk powered by the AKstem service that facilitates the submission of AGRIS data provider’s collections to AGRIS, providing an improved interaction with AGRIS data processing unit. Additionally, in this webinar we are presenting the ways and methods that AGRIS data providers can contribute their bibliographic information (metadata) to AGRIS. The webinar is addressing to both new and old AGRIS data providers, as it will be an opportunity to gain a better understanding on the new service and its functionalities.… Click to read the full post
As you may already know, Agro-Know CEO Nikos Manouselis is currently working on the conceptual design of TAPipedia. For those not familiar with the concept, TAPipedia is expected to help TAP members and other stakeholders address a number of challenges relevant for a more coherent delivery of Capacity Development (CD) for Agricultural Innovation System (AIS). To be more precise, it is expected to be one of the three major outcomes of the Tropical Agriculture Platform (for more info about TAP scroll at the end of this post), aiming to be “a global information system for innovation outputs, success stories, socioeconomic impacts, lessons learned, and analyses of impacts“. … Click to read the full post