Smartfarmingconference Lugar: Partner ITC – Innovation Technology Cluster aims to foster cross-sectoral innovation based upon novel technologies and ICT, while bringing together SMEs and other institutions from different sectors and turn them into being ‘’Smart’’. The Cluster focuses its effort in setting up foundation that allows knowledge actors and industry players (especially SMEs) to detect, create and exchange new technologies and best practices, which will allow them to create new services and products, and thus generate new value chains.Fecha de publicación: 22/07/2021 Fuente:
We are non-profit Business Support Organization located in North-Eastern part of Slovenia, with a vision to foster cross-sectoral innovation and implementation of novel technologies and ICT in rural-based sectors.
Aiming at bringing together target groups (such as SMEs, food system actors, farmers and other rural actors) and turn them into being ‘’Smart’’, thus creating a unique Europe-wide innovation-based eco-system, supporting the shift towards more resilient, healthy and environmentally, socially, economically sustainable rural areas.
Operated by group of interdisciplinary professionals, having strong international references, network of institutions and extensive experience in conducting EU funded projects and other projects focused on rural development.
For more information, visit www.itc-cluster.com
The Smart Farming Conference focuses on digital technology and data-driven innovations in agriculture. The conference topics approach precision agriculture, available technologies for Farming 4.0 – drones, sensors, Internet of Things, Multi-spectral imaging, Robotics, Big Data, AI and more. Furthermore, attendees can learn from real business situations that companies were confronted with. The conference takes place during Photonics Applications Week, am umbrella event covering real-life applications of photonics.
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