Equipment/Technology, Trends

New Program Supports Farmers to Use Digital Technologies

The Internet of Food & Farm 2020 (IoF2020), a EUR30m co-funded project by the European Commission, was officially launched in Amsterdam on February, 21 and 22. The partners in the project can establish a structured collaboration and present their research endeavors, aiming at improving agricultural production through the use of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to answer the grand societal challenges. The event gathered more than 140 stakeholders from the European institutions, Member States, academia and industry. The participants explained that agriculture has entered a new era of digital transformation, where farmers, machine producers and other actors increasingly use IoT devices to ensure efficient farming, including the acquiring of data at every stage of the agricultural production. More

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