The digital transformation in Spanish cooperatives will be accompanied by profitability and democratization of technologies. Data has to have a safe environment to be exchanged, compared and analysed to improve performance, production and maintaining good product quality.
The ATLAS Horizon 2020 project (Agricultural Interoperability and Analysis System) is developing an open, distributed, and extensible data platform based on a microservice architecture that will offer innovative, data-driven services in agriculture. Through the Open Call, ATLAS looks for proposals aiming to develop new and innovative services by making use of the technical foundation of the ATLAS platform.
Representing IoF2020, 365 Farmnet was present at the Grüne Woche 2020 in January. The event counts as one of the most important agricultural fairs in Europe, and therefore a must for IoF2020 to show the future of digitised agriculture.
On the 17th and 18th of February, the IoF2020 fruit and vegetable trial meeting took place on the premises of Europool in Bonn, Germany. The two days were characterised by intense discussions, information exchange, and sociability.
On the 29th of January, Internet of Food and Farm and Smart Agrihubs organised a high-level event in the European Parliament named ‘Smart Farming: Digitalisation of Agriculture and Vision for the CAP’.