Pilots’ session 2 23. 10. 2020, 10:30 AM CEST Programme of the webinar 10 min EUXDAT relevance towards Achieving Climate Neutrality. Karel  Charvát (CoO) Climate action will be  at the heart of the European Green Deal – an ambitious package of measures ranging from ambitiously cutting greenhouse gas emissions, to investing in cutting-edge research and […]

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Agenda of the webinar: Agro-climatic factors and utilization in agri-food sector Datasets available for calculation of factors Datasets of ground measurements Calculation methods of selected factors Process of comparison of global datasets and ground measurements You will hear from 

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Pilots’ session 1 22. 10. 2020, 2:30 PM CEST Programme of the webinar 10min EUXDAT relevance towards Farm to Fork and Towards a Green Cap. Karel Charvát (CoO)The Farm to Fork Strategy, s to address the challenges and accelerate the transition to sustainable food systems, to ensure that the economic, social and environmental foundations of […]

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The EUXDAT e-infrastructure Programme of the webinar 19. 10. 2020, 2:30 PM CEST 20 min Green Deal, Destination Earth and EUXDAT. Nieto De Santos, Francisco Javier (ATOS) This webinar will describe the main features of the EUXDAT e-Infrastructure and will analyse the main topics defined in the last initiative of the EC, focusing on the […]

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Do you want to learn more about Calculation of agro-climatic factors and their potential for utilization in the agri-food sector? This is exactly what you can learn during the webinar scheduled on 14th October at 2 PM CEST. On the top of that, methods to calculate selected factors based on different data sets from the […]

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Agriculture comprises vital economic sectors producing food, agro-industrial feedstock, and energy and provides environmental services through managing soil, water, air and biodiversity holistically. Agriculture and forestry also contribute to managing and reducing risks from natural disasters such as floods, droughts, mudslides and avalanches. Farming with its close contact to nature provides the socio-economic infrastructure to […]

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We regret to infrom you that tomorrow webinar on Why is the traditional knowledge of African agriculture disappearing? was canceled due to force majeure.  This webinar has been re-scheduled on 23rd October and you are cordially invited to hear from our presenters Antoine Kantiza and Didier Muyiramye. Register now! During the webinar, you will learn […]

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Do you have GIS-related data you want to share using open technologies? We will present you a way to publish data using QGIS via Layman QGIS Plugin and visualize them using HSLayers-NG, which is a web-based application for sharing data and maps from different HUBs with a broad community. These tools can contribute to enabling […]

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Register now! Mentors: Karel Jedlicka, Michal Kepka The challenge aims to calculate all relevant agro-climatic factors (see below) in order to describe an area of interest comprehensively, using the algorithms published here. The challenge aims to test the global applicability of the factors’ calculations – thus we look forward to a wide variety of case […]

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Register now! Mentors: Jiri Kvapil, Ivo Denemark, Herman Snevajs Covid19 pandemic and mainly subsequent restrictions was and still is a test for the food supply chain in order to provide enough food to the market to the end customers. Especially in crises a good decision can be made only with enough information. During the previous […]

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