SFATE Erasmus+ project, in which the Land Laboratory participates, gathers data on smart farmiing technologies to create an on-line tools
which will allow identifying:
- Smart farming technologies more suitable to solve the challenges of European agriculturo.
- Job oportunities that these technologies offer.
- The training resources that need to be incorportated to current agriculture training programmes to improve the students’ skills in the area of smart farming technologies.
Our partner Andrés García Lamparte has participated as a partner of the project in the meeting that took place the 31st of January and 1st of February in the Philipps University of Marbur (Germany). The event was aimed at presenting the information gathered so far by the partners of the project and discussing the structure and functionalities of the on-line tool that will make this information available to the target audience of the project (students, teachers, farmers, enterprises, advisors among others). In the second day of the meeting logistic and organizational issues were discussed. It is expected that the first version of the on-line tool will be ready for testing by selected groups of the target audience within 3 months.