During PoliRural project BOSC created model building application which can be used to create charts of problem trees, assign the tree nodes to objects in map and use semantic explorer (semex) to search for text sources for each tree node. This builder helps to illustrate the causes and interconnections of different problems in a user-friendly way.
PoliRural is a research and innovation project designed to advance rural policy development in the age of disruptive data and technologies in order to deliver a trusted, scalable and transferable solution for policy co-creation. It brings together decision makers, experts and rural inhabitants using advanced policy simulation tools to better understand and tackle regional challenges, ultimately making rural areas and professions more attractive and liveable for established populations and recent or potential newcomers.
Agriculture requires the collection, storage, sharing and analysis of large quantities of spatially referenced data. Management of huge amounts of data is a challenge. The aim of the Ground Water and Meteo sensors experimentation is to develop a Web based system for integration, transformation and utilization of large quantities of data and models for agrometeorological and groundwater measurement. The technology will provide insights on precise climate conditions and vegetation status. This information will be used to give recommendations for fertiliser application during the season and to plan other necessary interventions.
BOSC team take a part in this experiment and here is result.
Researches performed in framework of SmartHoney is focused on creation of WSN based system for comprehensive real time bee family monitoring inside and outside of hive.
BOSC successfully participated in neogation of new project called FATIMA: FArming Tools for external nutrient Inputs and water Management.
This effort was finished successfully by kick off meeting in Lisboa, Portugal.
Overall goal and vision:
To establish innovative and new farm tools and service capacities that help the intensive farm sector optimize its external input management (nutrients and water) and productivity, with the vision of bridging sustainable crop production with fair economic competitiveness.
Our expert team consisting of Kaspars Skalbergs, Premysl Vohnout, Maris Alberts and Raitis Berzins will provide their knowledge and experiences in the SDI4Apps project. We will mainly provide expertise on field of sensor technology and web application development
This project is great opportunity to extend our knowledge of web technology mainly in cloud enviroment.
Kickoff meeting of this project was held on Sicily in days 15 and 16 April.