In Europe, we have two major space based programs, Galileo and Copernicus. Combining the navigation or positioning tools of Galileo and the Earth observation data and services of Copernicus for improved food security and agriculture in general is what we address in this webinar. Hence, it is obvious that there is a great untapped potential […]

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Author: Ioannis Navrozidis MSc. | Remote Sensing Data Analyst | CERTH Plant diseases have always been a major concern for agriculture and plant protection since they heavily and negatively affect crop quality and production. Effects of biotic crop stress, a.k.a. pests and diseases, vary from minor symptoms to severe damage in entire crops, which result […]

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Author: Pavel Hájek (WIRELESSINFO) – (Challenge #6, Kampala INSPIRE Hackathon) The idea of Challenge # 6 called Climate Change Trends for Africa was to provide a proof of concept scenario in which a user enters coordinates (i.e. choose a locality) and he/she will get information about several climatic variables and their changes in time. The […]

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SmartAgriHubs – Open Call ‘RESPOND’ to COVID-19 is open! SmartAgriHubs is a €20 M EU project under the Horizon 2020 instrument and brings together a consortium of well over 164 partners in the European agri-food sector. The project aims to realise the digitisation of European agriculture by fostering an agricultural innovation ecosystem dedicated to excellence, […]

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Plan4all (Dmitrii Kozhukh) Last week the Inspire Kampala Hackathon has ended. One of the teams at this hackathon was team working on the extension of Open Land Use database to African continent. The team work was directed in three directions: 1)  Research available data sources about land use / land cover in Africa2)  Create the […]

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The Kampala INSPIRE Hackathon is coming to an end! Join us on Wednesday 6th May at 12 PM CEST and see the final presentation of the hackathon results. The jury including Suchith Anand (GODAN), Lydia Mazzi Keyondo (University of Makerere) and Ian Jarvis (GEO) will announce the winning teams of the Kampala INSPIRE Hackathon. For […]

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The Euxdat project uses a platform for collecting, storing, and analyzing of the systems’ monitored metrics. For such purpose, it is used the open-source Prometheus toolkit. It allows adding optional components, such as intermediary gateways. In particular, the Pushgateway component is already setup in Euxdat, because it allows batch jobs to expose their metrics to Prometheus. The next […]

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