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    MACSUR is a knowledge hub within FACCE-JPI (Joint Programming Initiative for Agriculture, Climate Change, and Food Security). The FACCE-JPI Scientific Research Agenda defines five core research themes to address the impacts of climate change on European agriculture. MACSUR gathers the excellence of existing research in livestock, crop, and trade science to describe how climate variability and change will affect regional farming systems and food production in Europe in the near and the far future and the associated risks and opportunities for European food security.

    Germany
    • Food Security

    MACSUR is a knowledge hub within FACCE-JPI (Joint Programming Initiative for Agriculture, Climate Change, and Food Security). The FACCE-JPI Scientific Research Agenda defines five core research themes to address the impacts of climate change on European agriculture. MACSUR gathers the excellence of existing research in livestock, crop, and trade science to describe how climate variability and change will affect regional farming systems and food production in Europe in the near and the far future and the associated risks and opportunities for European food security.

    Germany
    • Food Security

    The growing digitization and networking process within our society has a large influence on all aspects of everyday life. Large amounts of data are being produced permanently, and when these are analyzed and interlinked they have the potential to create new knowledge and intelligent solutions for economy and society. Big Data can make important contributions to the technical progress in our societal key sectors and help shape business. What is needed are innovative technologies, strategies and competencies for the beneficial use of Big Data to address societal needs.

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    • Information Management

    The growing digitization and networking process within our society has a large influence on all aspects of everyday life. Large amounts of data are being produced permanently, and when these are analyzed and interlinked they have the potential to create new knowledge and intelligent solutions for economy and society. Big Data can make important contributions to the technical progress in our societal key sectors and help shape business. What is needed are innovative technologies, strategies and competencies for the beneficial use of Big Data to address societal needs.

    Germany
    • Information Management

    The robotics research project ECHORD++ (The European Coordination Hub for Open Robotics Development) will promote the interaction between robot manufacturers, researchers and users. It is the follow-up project of ECHORD (European Clearing House for Open Robotics Development, 2009 - 2013), which was installed as an incubator to drive innovation by facilitating the cooperation between academia and industry.

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    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    The robotics research project ECHORD++ (The European Coordination Hub for Open Robotics Development) will promote the interaction between robot manufacturers, researchers and users. It is the follow-up project of ECHORD (European Clearing House for Open Robotics Development, 2009 - 2013), which was installed as an incubator to drive innovation by facilitating the cooperation between academia and industry.

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    • Engineering, Technology and Research

    "Due to climate related changes, longer dry periods for European farmers and without irrigation the risk of a volatile harvests will rise, that is the reason for a tendency across

    Europe to irrigate fields. The need for innovative irrigated systems is to minimize water consumption and costs. Also in times of limited water the project will be lucrative.

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    "Due to climate related changes, longer dry periods for European farmers and without irrigation the risk of a volatile harvests will rise, that is the reason for a tendency across

    Europe to irrigate fields. The need for innovative irrigated systems is to minimize water consumption and costs. Also in times of limited water the project will be lucrative.

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Insights gained in FI-PPP Phase 1 emphasize the need for novel ICT solutions that allow radical improvements for collaboration in business networks. Primary sectors demanding such solutions are Agri-Food and Transport & Logistics industries: several actors (incl. enterprises, authorities, service providers) need to exchange information & communicate across org. borders to conduct business. Current ICT solutions limit this to mostly manual efforts, therewith tremendously hampering business efficiency, effectiveness & sustainability.

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    • Food distribution

    Insights gained in FI-PPP Phase 1 emphasize the need for novel ICT solutions that allow radical improvements for collaboration in business networks. Primary sectors demanding such solutions are Agri-Food and Transport & Logistics industries: several actors (incl. enterprises, authorities, service providers) need to exchange information & communicate across org. borders to conduct business. Current ICT solutions limit this to mostly manual efforts, therewith tremendously hampering business efficiency, effectiveness & sustainability.

    Germany
    • Food distribution

    The main goal is to optimise the feeding strategy for grazing cattle and to improve the methods of pasture management. An in the frame of the project developed pasture robot and a modified automatic grazing system (AGS) will be integrated into existing herd management software (HMS), providing an optimal feeding strategy for cattle and pasture maintenance. A robot will be redesigned and sensors for detection of biomass, cowpats etc. and actuators, a mulcher and a seeder, will be implemented.

    Germany
    • Animal Production and Health

    The main goal is to optimise the feeding strategy for grazing cattle and to improve the methods of pasture management. An in the frame of the project developed pasture robot and a modified automatic grazing system (AGS) will be integrated into existing herd management software (HMS), providing an optimal feeding strategy for cattle and pasture maintenance. A robot will be redesigned and sensors for detection of biomass, cowpats etc. and actuators, a mulcher and a seeder, will be implemented.

    Germany
    • Animal Production and Health

    This phase 2 proposal targets the pilot application and market introduction of AgriCloud, a cloud-based precision farming (PF) management system for more efficient, sustainable production of crops in Europe. 

    The objectives are: 
    final technical development, 
    product demonstration through field trials with six pilot customers, 
    market launch in five selected EU countries and 
    market replication leading to a turnover of 28 m € within 5 years after launch.  

    Germany
    • Information Management

    This phase 2 proposal targets the pilot application and market introduction of AgriCloud, a cloud-based precision farming (PF) management system for more efficient, sustainable production of crops in Europe. 

    The objectives are: 
    final technical development, 
    product demonstration through field trials with six pilot customers, 
    market launch in five selected EU countries and 
    market replication leading to a turnover of 28 m € within 5 years after launch.  

    Germany
    • Information Management

    Current technologies for access to Local and Metropolitan Area Networks (LANs and MANs) are often unsuitable for large scale distribution in an agricultural environment.
    The use of these communication networks for connecting automation and remote control devices for irrigation systems allows registering and distributing water by means of several technological tools provided by digital electronics.

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    • Natural Resources and Environment

    Current technologies for access to Local and Metropolitan Area Networks (LANs and MANs) are often unsuitable for large scale distribution in an agricultural environment.
    The use of these communication networks for connecting automation and remote control devices for irrigation systems allows registering and distributing water by means of several technological tools provided by digital electronics.

    Germany
    • Natural Resources and Environment

    The overarching aim of the iFAROS project is to sustain and increase agronomic productivity and environmental performance for small European farmers by exploiting multi-source data to optimize fertilization in wheat cultivation.
    The specific technical objectives of iFAROS are:
    (1) To develop a novel cloud-based application, acting as an intelligent middleware with data analytics capabilities
    (2) To realize better decision-support algorithms for farm management and operations

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    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The overarching aim of the iFAROS project is to sustain and increase agronomic productivity and environmental performance for small European farmers by exploiting multi-source data to optimize fertilization in wheat cultivation.
    The specific technical objectives of iFAROS are:
    (1) To develop a novel cloud-based application, acting as an intelligent middleware with data analytics capabilities
    (2) To realize better decision-support algorithms for farm management and operations

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Grasslands are vitally important for European agriculture. The 20 partners of Inno4Grass gather farmers’ organisations, extension services, education and research in eight countries (Germany, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland & Sweden) where grasslands contribute a major share of the agricultural area. The overall objective of the project is to bridge the gap between practice and science to ensure the implementation of innovative systems on productive grasslands to achieve profitability while providing environmental services.

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Grasslands are vitally important for European agriculture. The 20 partners of Inno4Grass gather farmers’ organisations, extension services, education and research in eight countries (Germany, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland & Sweden) where grasslands contribute a major share of the agricultural area. The overall objective of the project is to bridge the gap between practice and science to ensure the implementation of innovative systems on productive grasslands to achieve profitability while providing environmental services.

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems