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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Register now! Mentors: Karel Charvat, Runar Bergheim, Raitis Berzins Our technologists have been developing web map applications for 23 years and have observed and taken part in the transition from plain HTML image maps via early instances of browser-specific plugins with custom APIs to present day HTML5/Javascript web map applications built on high performing client-side […]

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Register now! Mentors: Frantisek Zadrazil, Pavel Hajek, Jan Vrobel Current situation with COVID 19 is opening new possibilities for virtual contribution of citizens to collect scientific data. Many scientific information can be collected in the form of a Map. Significant progress has been made in standardization of data access protocols and implementation of servers and […]

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Blog by WirelessInfo and Club of Ossiach The important input for future business orientation of EUXDAT can be analysis, which was provided by EO4Agri project.  We will publish some parts from the report Mid-Term Workshop – User Requirements and Gap Analysis in Different Sectors Report https://www.eo4agri.eu/sites/eo4agri.eu/files/public/content-files/deliverables/EO4AGRI_D2.3-Mid-Term-Workshop—User-Requirements-and-Gap-Analysis-in-Different-Sectors-Report_v2.0.pdf As part of the determination of the status of […]

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Blog by WIRELESSINFO Number of innovation Hubs SmartAfriHub, Polirural Hub, SIEUSOIL Hub, Plan4all Hub is using now technological line, which allow easy publishing of vector data on cloud. It is based on combination of more tools, see next scheme: This solution could be potentially also interesting for EUXDAT because it could extended EUXDAT functionality and […]

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“A hackathon for balancing the imperatives of the present with the demands of the future.” The COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon will be already the 17th hackathon organised by the Plan4All association in cooperation with CCSS and other H2020 projects including SmartAgriHubs. It will be based on the traditional model of the INSPIRE Hackathon, which is not […]

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