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    The main objective of the EU-FP7 project CROPS (GA 246252) is to develop a highly configurable, modular and clever carrier platform comprising a carrier plus modular parallel manipulators and “intelligent tools” (sensors, algorithms, sprayers, grippers) that can easily be installed onto the carrier and that are capable of adapting to new tasks and conditions. Both the scientific know-how and a number of technological demonstrators will be developed for the agro management of high value crops like greenhouse vegetables, orchard fruits, and grapes for premium wines.

    Netherlands

    The main objective of the EU-FP7 project CROPS (GA 246252) is to develop a highly configurable, modular and clever carrier platform comprising a carrier plus modular parallel manipulators and “intelligent tools” (sensors, algorithms, sprayers, grippers) that can easily be installed onto the carrier and that are capable of adapting to new tasks and conditions. Both the scientific know-how and a number of technological demonstrators will be developed for the agro management of high value crops like greenhouse vegetables, orchard fruits, and grapes for premium wines.

    Netherlands

    Open standards and interoperability are key issues in information management for Precision Farming. A collaboration of heterogeneous user groups, from different backgrounds with the need to access common spatial data sets, could benefit with an extensible and open structure with data that can be created and maintained throughout different systems and located in different physical locations (web, machinery, office, etc.). 

    Denmark
    • Information Management

    Open standards and interoperability are key issues in information management for Precision Farming. A collaboration of heterogeneous user groups, from different backgrounds with the need to access common spatial data sets, could benefit with an extensible and open structure with data that can be created and maintained throughout different systems and located in different physical locations (web, machinery, office, etc.). 

    Denmark
    • Information Management

    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

    Target market of GIDROM project is Greenhouse (Gh) Agriculture. A main problem of Gh farmers is monitoring the Gh environment to control plant diseases. Unchecked plant pathologies cause extensive crop damage and direct losses to farmers up to 15% of yearly incomes. The cost of pesticides and chemicals application is €2.000-5.000 / ha x year. Worldwide area dedicated to Gh agriculture production is about 800.000 ha of which 20% (160.000 ha) is situated in Europe (mainly in Spain, Turkey, Italy, Greece, Netherlands, France).

    Italy
    • Plant Production and Protection

    Target market of GIDROM project is Greenhouse (Gh) Agriculture. A main problem of Gh farmers is monitoring the Gh environment to control plant diseases. Unchecked plant pathologies cause extensive crop damage and direct losses to farmers up to 15% of yearly incomes. The cost of pesticides and chemicals application is €2.000-5.000 / ha x year. Worldwide area dedicated to Gh agriculture production is about 800.000 ha of which 20% (160.000 ha) is situated in Europe (mainly in Spain, Turkey, Italy, Greece, Netherlands, France).

    Italy
    • Plant Production and Protection

    Producing the highest quality crop with a maximized yield requires the real-time measurement and actionable analysis of a large number of plant-related external factors. These factors are meteorological, geological, organic and human-related. Measuring and processing these parameters is at the core of any decision-support system intending to streamline the production of farmlands. Currently there are no solutions available that can quantify all on-site plant-related parameters in real-time.

    Hungary
    • Plant Production and Protection

    Producing the highest quality crop with a maximized yield requires the real-time measurement and actionable analysis of a large number of plant-related external factors. These factors are meteorological, geological, organic and human-related. Measuring and processing these parameters is at the core of any decision-support system intending to streamline the production of farmlands. Currently there are no solutions available that can quantify all on-site plant-related parameters in real-time.

    Hungary
    • Plant Production and Protection

    CowBhave is a novel low-cost open-source automated monitoring system, offered as a free support to the dairy farmers across Europe to:
    - Allow for building a basic low-cost open-source automated monitoring system for discrimination of dairy cow behavioural activities.
    - Get information of the system accuracy in relation to visual observation of images acquired by multi-camera video-recording systems considered as the ‘golden standard’.

    Italy
    • Animal Production and Health

    CowBhave is a novel low-cost open-source automated monitoring system, offered as a free support to the dairy farmers across Europe to:
    - Allow for building a basic low-cost open-source automated monitoring system for discrimination of dairy cow behavioural activities.
    - Get information of the system accuracy in relation to visual observation of images acquired by multi-camera video-recording systems considered as the ‘golden standard’.

    Italy
    • Animal Production and Health

    The main innovative aspect lies in interconnection of the main data product line as the cornerstone of a farm software ecosystem and its interaction and interoperability with the use cases. Each use case will develop its own Applications (Apps) incorporating the different data inputs, such as real time meteo data, soil moisture content, tractor fuel consumption, yield data, spectral signatures, as well as manually entered data.

    Belgium
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The main innovative aspect lies in interconnection of the main data product line as the cornerstone of a farm software ecosystem and its interaction and interoperability with the use cases. Each use case will develop its own Applications (Apps) incorporating the different data inputs, such as real time meteo data, soil moisture content, tractor fuel consumption, yield data, spectral signatures, as well as manually entered data.

    Belgium
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Knowledge regarding the complex interplay between agricultural land use and management and soil quality and function is fragmented and incomplete, in particular with regard to underlying principles and regulating mechanisms. The main aim of iSQAPER is to develop an interactive soil quality assessment tool (SQAPP) for agricultural land users that integrates newly derived process understanding and accounts for the impact of agricultural land use and management on soil properties and functions, and related ecosystem services.

    Netherlands
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Knowledge regarding the complex interplay between agricultural land use and management and soil quality and function is fragmented and incomplete, in particular with regard to underlying principles and regulating mechanisms. The main aim of iSQAPER is to develop an interactive soil quality assessment tool (SQAPP) for agricultural land users that integrates newly derived process understanding and accounts for the impact of agricultural land use and management on soil properties and functions, and related ecosystem services.

    Netherlands
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The goal of GenTree is to provide the European forestry sector with better knowledge, methods and tools for optimising the management and sustainable use of forest genetic resources (FGR) in Europe in the context of climate change and continuously evolving demands for forest products and services.

    France
    • Forestry

    The goal of GenTree is to provide the European forestry sector with better knowledge, methods and tools for optimising the management and sustainable use of forest genetic resources (FGR) in Europe in the context of climate change and continuously evolving demands for forest products and services.

    France
    • Forestry

    Strength2Food is a 5-year, €6.9 million project to improve the effectiveness of EU food quality schemes (FQS), public sector food procurement (PSFP) and to stimulate Short Food Supply Chains (SFSC) through research, innovation and demonstration activities. Our 30-partner consortium representing 11 EU and 4 non-EU countries combines leading academic, communication, SME and stakeholder organisations to ensure a multi-actor approach. It will undertake case study-based quantitative research to measure economic, environmental and social impacts of FQS, PSFP and SFSC.

    United Kingdom
    • Food technology

    Strength2Food is a 5-year, €6.9 million project to improve the effectiveness of EU food quality schemes (FQS), public sector food procurement (PSFP) and to stimulate Short Food Supply Chains (SFSC) through research, innovation and demonstration activities. Our 30-partner consortium representing 11 EU and 4 non-EU countries combines leading academic, communication, SME and stakeholder organisations to ensure a multi-actor approach. It will undertake case study-based quantitative research to measure economic, environmental and social impacts of FQS, PSFP and SFSC.

    United Kingdom
    • Food technology