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We would like to invite you to present your technology and work in the area of IoT technologies for Agriculture at the next 117 OGC Technical meeting, which will be organized virtually. The Iot for Agriculture Session will be organized on the 7th of December 2020 at 14 00   and 16 00  of US Eastern Standard Time (EST). It means 20 00 and 22 00 of Central European Time. ...

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COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon 2020 aiming to develop and share agri-food economy solutions to balance the imperatives of the present with the demands of the future goes after two-month hacking into the final stage scheduled at 19th November 12:30 PM! Register now! In the COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon hackers have addressed the following topics: Facilitate access to data and services for an...

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Petr Uhlir from WirelessInfo took part in 5G TECHRITORY - 3rd Baltic Sea Region 5G Ecosystem Forum in Panel discussion with Topic: European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs) Description: The need and current challenges of the digital transition and innovation. Expected role of European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs). European added value based on EDIH networking. Digital transformation -how to...

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WIRELESSINFO is glad to invite you to the Final Conference of the project “ENABLING - Enhance New Approaches in Biobased Local Innovation Networks for Growth” which will be held Friday 13th November from 10.00 to 13.00 on the online platform EIMA DIGITAL PREVIEW. The project ENABLING, implemented within the EU programme H2020 and coordinated by FEDERUNACOMA and ITABIA, has developed a set of...

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Youtube replay: https://youtu.be/WMEMw-CuYPQ Agenda of the webinar: Welcome from the moderator Hackathon introduction and quick overview of 3 challenges: similarities and differences Atlas of the Best Practices (the Enabling project) – common technical platform for presentation of outputs of individual Challenges Ch. 2 presentation goals, the Atlas prototype – Regional Specialities,...

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Are you still thinking about registration for the challenge #4? Do you need more information about the main goals and general understanding of rural attractiveness? You will learn this and much more from the COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon mentors during the webinar dedicated to challenge #4 of COVID 19 INSPIRE Hackathon that is scheduled on 12th October.  Agenda of the webinar: ...

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Last week, a two-week long W3C workshop brought together experts in geographic standards and Web map data services, Web mapping client tools and applications, and Web platform standards and browser development, to explore the potential of maps for the Web was concluded. On Wednesday 30th September there was a session dedicated to Advanced web graphics for mapping that...

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Open Bioeconomy Week will be arranged on 29th and 30th September, 2020 at Hämeenlinna University Center at the premises of Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) in Hämeenlinna, Finland. The event is supported by the Regional Council of Häme with the regional enterprises and other organizations working within the bioeconomy sector. Together with HAMK the organizing committee...

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https://www.plan4all.eu/2020/09/upcoming-webinar-on-maps-sharing-qgis-plugin-and-hslayers-ng-demonstration/  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...

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https://www.plan4all.eu/2020/09/challenge-4-rural-attractiveness-visualization/ Register now! Mentors: Otakar Cerba, Sarah Velten, Pavel Kogut The PoliRural project has prepared the dataset describing rural attractiveness in Europe from various perspectives e.g. demography, natural capital, social capital, economy, agriculture, living conditions. Task 1 The first task of this challenge is...

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https://www.plan4all.eu/2020/09/challenge-3-citizen-science-network-for-peer-to-peer-maps-sharing/ 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...

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https://www.plan4all.eu/2020/08/challenge-2-atlas-of-regional-specialities/ Register now! Mentors: Petr Horak, Kristyna Cerbova Problem situations related to Covid-19, such as restrictions or temporary interruptions of work, quarantine, restrictions on the number of people in stores or restrictions on sales time, can lead to a change in shopping habits. The result can be an oversupply of...

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Plan4all, a partner of the Polirural project, organizes the COVID INSPIRE Cahckathon. Gradually, it publishes challenges on its website, in which you can also participate! https://www.plan4all.eu/2020/08/challenge-1-best-practices-catalogue-for-ebag-eco-bio-agro-geo-distance-education/ Register now! Mentors: Otakar Cerba, Kristyna Cerbova The current COVID-19 period requires to find and use...

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Based on Google Scholar database the number of published papers that include the term “Black Soldier Fly larvae” has increased since 2015. A new record will be made by the end of 2020, as 449 papers are already published in the first 8 months (Figure 1).  Figure 1: The number of papers that mention “Black Soldier Fly larvae” and are published on Google Scholar What is Black Soldier Fly...

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Hana Kubíčková, Plan4all Plan4all association (project partner of the PoliRural project) became one of the 133 Participating Organizations of the Group on Earth Observation (GEO). Due to the relatively short history of Plan4all, becoming a Participation Organization of the GEO is considered as a significant achievement and appreciation of our work and the work of our members. (See also the...

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Runar Bergheim (AVINET), František Zadražil (CCSS) In 2020, despite being more than 20 years into the era of web mapping, surprisingly many meeting rooms in government institutions over the world are still littered with large-format paper maps over which serious looking men and women stand hoodled, pointing with their fingers and drawing with markers — before handing the manuscript back to the...

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Ota Cerba, Czech Center for Science and Society (CCSS) Map of regional attractiveness allows presenting the potential of regions from different perspectives (living conditions, tourism, sustainability, economy, regional development, agriculture and landscape, business), to compare the specifics, benefits, shortcomings and opportunities of individual regions, and to show details and overview....

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Karel Charvat1, Tony Kubicek2, Simon Leitgeb3, Petr Horak4, Sarka Horakova4 1Czech Centre for Science and Society (CCSS), 2Lesprojekt – sluzby, 3WirelessInfo, 4Club of Ossiach (CoO) Europe has a huge potential to optimize the supply of biomass to innovative biological processes and products. The project Enabling (Enhance New Approaches in BioBased Local Innovation Networks for Growth -...

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Karel Charvat1, Jiri Kvapil1, Petr Uhlir1, Marek Splichal1, Frantisek Zadrazil1, Petr Vacha1, Raitis Berzins2, Runar Bergheim3, Hana Kubickova4, Sarah Velten4, Sarka Horakova5 1Czech Centre for Science and Society (CCSS), 2Baltic Open Solution Center (BOSC), 3AVINET, 4Plan4all (P4all), 5Club of Ossiach (CoO) Rural areas in Europe are at risk due to depopulation, failing generation renewal,...

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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, sustainability,...

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