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SATI – Smart Agriculture and Training Implementation

Gilab is participating in one more Erasmus+ project. This project is an effort from the VET  point of view of digitizing agriculture in the European area, taking into account the steps that have been made by the European Parliament and the Commission. Topics & Aims The pandemic conditions caused by covid-19 were taken into account …

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DIONE Workshop SMART agricultural monitoring within the CAP umbrella and beyond

The workshop is intended to show and promote the DIONE Toolbox – a ready-to-market and unique fusion of innovative technologies in the service of improved agricultural monitoring – for Paying Agencies, Certification Bodies, Agricultural Consultants, Officials from Ministries to abide by the modernized CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) and other agri-related regulations as well as for …

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DIONE – D2.1 Stakeholder list, personas, and co-designed scenarios

Read our public deliverable D2.1 Stakeholder list, personas, and co-designed scenarios, one of the many available and upcoming DIONE scientific research papers! Whether you want to learn more about the new CAP structure after 2020, as well as how DIONE support tools conform to the foreseen post-2020 CAP regulations, or to gain a better insight …

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DIONE – The new CAP: fairer, greener, and more flexible

DIONE continues to inform its EO community about game-changing activities related to EU environment policies by providing an overview of the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)! The provisional political agreement reached on 25th June 2021 by the European Parliament and Council on the new Common Agricultural Policy introduces a fairer, greener, more animal friendly, and …

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DIONE – Farmer’s compliance monitoring tool

Farmer’s compliance monitoring tool is a Web GIS application which aims to be a decision support tool for Paying Agencies (Officials, Inspectors) and registered farmers/consultants. Main goal is to provide an automated rule-based and country-based compliance check. Apart from the main feature, this tool also aims to provide a whole variety of parcel-based and location-based …

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Geo-harmonizer – Gilab team has developed an application and services

Gilab in collaboration with OpenGeoHub, CVUT Prague, mundialis, Terrasigna, MultiOne  has released Open Data Science Europe data portal on 1st of March 2021. It comprises terabytes of gridded data available as Cloud-Optimized GeoTiffs and served via Geoserver. The project will collate, extend, harmonize, integrate, and distribute a wide range of freely available environmental and administrative data for Europe in the years …

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DIONE Toolbox

How important is the role of the paying agencies for the development of the DIONE Environmental Performance tool? The paying agencies National Paying Agency of Lithuania(NPA) and Cyprus Agricultural Payments Organization (CAPO) are responsible for the collection of data, regarding farmers’ declarations about areas, which are fully converted to organic farming, areas which are under conversion to organic farming …

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AgriCapture – Developing EO-powered services to promote soil carbon sequestration through regenerative agriculture

Accounting a climate footprint is an established practice. However, accounting for C capture is largely based on manual methodologies that cannot be easily scaled. The consortium has found a strong market need for a streamlined solution that can be scaled to meet the growing needs of C capture from Land Use, Land Use Change, and …

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