What have our partners been up to over winter?

Dedicated to our mission, our project partners actively continue to share the Data4Food2030 and its objectives around Europe. Our consortium participated in numerous events during the first quarter of 2023, bringing Data Economy and Food systems to the forefront of European and international agri- and foodtech conferences.

Let’s deep dive into the project’s activities:

→ January: On 31/01 – 02/02, project partner Wirelessinfo co-hosted the event “Week of Big and Open Data and Digital Innovation Hubs”, in Prague, Czech, bringing together stakeholders from all over Europe.

This event was divided into two parts: The first day was a traditional conference, and the following two days were dedicated to interesting workshops, with integrated training, hackathon and ideathlon. The aim of these multipurpose workshops was:

  • to actively verify in practice the applicability of existing technologies
  • to contribute to their improvement
  • to look for ways to integrate these technologies into already existing solutions, or understand how these would suit your farm.

Data4Food2030 was represented by Petr Horák (WirelessInfo) and Radana Šašková (Úhlava ops), who gave a presentation on the “Possibilities of using Data as a Service (DAAS) in the field of regional agricultural products”. WirelessInfo and Úhlava ops, are expert organisations in the field of DAAS, collaborating in the relevant case study “Inter-Sectorial Data as a Service (ISDaaS)” within Data4Food2030, which aims to enable better inter-sectorial data use in regional food production for sustainable socio-economic development of the region.

Read more about the “Week of Big and Open Data and Digital Innovation Hubs” 

March: On 10/03/2023, Data4Food2030 travelled to Brussels to attend the “Food 2030 Pathways Workshop ”, organised by the European Commision.

Project Coordinator Dr. George Beers from Wageningen University & Research and Grigoris Chatzikostas of Foodscale Hub had the opportunity to discuss the food systems and data pathways with a diverse range of stakeholders!

Later the same month, on 21-23 of March, “The International Data spaces symposium” took place in Hague, Netherlands. Dolores Ordoñez from AnySolution, Mireille van Hilten and Marc-Jeroen Boogaardt from Wageningen University & Research represented the Data4Food2030 consortium at this international event, raising awareness about our project.

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