Smart Farming article in FI-PPP snack April2012 by Markus Dillinger

A nice article that briefly explains the potential impact when the expected results of Smart Farming are implemented. Follow the link to read the complete article and whole newsletter

SmartAgriFood presented at Wageningen UR

At the 24th of April the SmartAgriFood project was presented to a group of researchers of Wageningen University and Research Center.
The presentation is attached to this message.

ICT is the main story of the Dutch farmers' business journal BoerENbusiness. Krijn Poppe's quote "ICT revolution could be comparable to the introduction of the tractor in the 50's" is on the cover. Many interviewed experts demand standardisation and data exchange. With a reference to the future internet. Smart AgriFood is coming from a farm to you

How could results from SmartAgriFood be exploited?

During the second use case meeting of the Future Internet Public Privat Partnership (FI-PPP) program in Brussels, we presented how the results from SmartAgriFood could be exploited by various stakeholders from the agri-food and ICT industry. The presentation is attached.

The new deliverable "D700.2  Inventory of Future Capabilities of Internet to Meet Future Long and Short Term Needs of the Food Sector" is now publicly available on the website  here.

Smart AgriMatics 2012, Paris 13-14 June 2012

Smart AgriFood invites you to participate in the International conference Smart AgriMatics.

SmartAgriFood joins the  3rd International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC 2012) in Bremen, presenting a paper on “Smart Agri-Food Logistics: Requirements for the Future Internet”  

  •  Authors are: C.N. Verdouw1, H. Sundmaeker2, F. Meyer2, J. Wolfert1, J. Verhoosel3

1LEI, part of Wageningen UR, The Hague, The Netherlands; 2ATB Institut für Angewandte Systemtechnik Bremen GmbH, Bremen, Germany; 3TNO, Delft; The Netherlands

ceFIMS Future Internet Award

The fourth Future Internet Award has now been opened: The Award is an opportunity for projects/initiatives (and their funders) to: - Promote their work and expertise on a European stage- Gain peer recognition from the Award's eminent Judging Panel- Increase the networking capacity of organisations involved The entry form itself can be downloaded from the above link and takes less than 5-10 mins to complete. The closing date for receipt of entries is 6th April, and the winner will be presented w

The new deliverable "D700.1  Inventory of long and short term future needs of food chain users for future functions of internet" is available on the website  here 


SmartAgriFood is funded by the EU Seventh Framework Programme under the FI.ICT-2011.1.8 Work Programme