From 17 – 21 June 2019 the IoT Week in Aarhus, Denmark will take place. Both IoF2020 and SmartAgriHubs are present at this event where ‘innovative tech meets business and society’. They will host a series of interactive workshops in the Smart Farming Track and welcome the public to their booths to inform anyone interested about the progress of both projects.
The Internet of Food and Farm 2020 project is delighted to announce that it will host the IoF2020 Partners Event 2019 in Prague.
IoF2020, ACTIVAGE, SynchroniCity and U4IoT are teaming up for the ICT 2018 event in Vienna. These projects accelerate the uptake of the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in the sectors of agriculture, health, and smart cities, while actively protecting citizen’s privacy. To demonstrate their achievements, the four EU-funded projects will participate with a joint exhibition booth at the ICT 2018 Imagine Digital – Connect Europe, an event that will take place on 4-6 December in Vienna.
IoF2020, SynchroniCity and ACTIVAGE, three H2020 co-funded projects by the European Commission will announce this evening their Open Calls at the opening reception of the IoT Week in Bilbao to increase the impact and scale of their initiatives. More than €9 million is earmarked for an estimated 30 use cases for the three projects. These grants will allow SMEs, start-ups, research organisations and cities among other actors in Europe to turn their inventions into viable products.
The Internet of Food and Farm project, IoF2020, starts the pre-selection to the open call for new partners to join the current project. With the Open Call (total value of € 6 million) IoF2020 intends to increase the scale of the project and the impact of the technology developed within the project. The Open Call will launch officially during the IoT Week in Bilbao, from June 4th to June 7th. During the pre-selection phase, interested parties can contact the IoF2020 team to discuss their ideas and sharpen their plans. The aim is to increase the quality of the proposals.
365FarmNet, Aarhus University, AGCO, AgroIntelli, CNH Industrial, GRIMME, Kverneland, and Wageningen University and Research are proud to announce important steps forward towards real interoperability between farm machines, sensors and software. Interoperability is a key issue in the advancement of digital farming.
To demonstrate the positive impact of IoF2020 on the SDGs, the project consortium participated at the IoT Week in Geneva, from 6 to 9 June 2017.
The Internet of Food & Farm 2020 (IoF2020), a €30-million H2020 co-funded project by the European Commission, was officially launched in Amsterdam on the 21st and the 22nd of 2017.
On 21-22 February 2017, IoF2020 is officially launched with a kick-off event in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.