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Partner offer for development of ICT tools and geographical information systems for smart farming
Agronomic modeling,, Climate Trend Analysis, IoT sensors, Machine Learning Applied to Environmental Data,, Data management and databases, GIS, Geo-Spatial data, Spatial Decision Support System (SDSS), Machine Learning Applied to Environmental Data, Precise and sustainable use of insecticides, Satellite data, big data, crop modelling, decision support system, decision support systems, • Applications of GIS, RS, GPS, Optimization, Modeling, and Expert Systems in Agricultural Water/Irrigation and Energy Management., • Digital cameras and ground imagery applications in crop canopy, canopy temperature, water use, and crop water productivity studies;
Aedit srl is a SME based in Italy, composed by a team of skilled professionals with interdisciplinary skills: ICT development, data analysis, agronomy, and agri-business.
The main competences that we can offer for this call are:
- ICT development
- agro-environmental modelling
- integrated pest management
- development of decision support systems (DSS) in agriculture
- experience in DSS for olive farming and olive fly control
- participatory monitoring of pests and diseases
- Web developing and programming
- expertise with several Database Management System
- webGIS technology
- data analysis
- analysis of soil GHG emissions from soil
- artificial intelligence
- analysis of remote sensed data
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ORGANISATION:
Aedit (http://www.aedit.it/) is a spin-off company of Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (Pisa, Italy), founded in 2001, whose core business is focussed on the development of ICT tools applied to support agro-environmental monitoring networks, manage database related to crop protection, developing DSS for farmers or local authority, implementation of geographical information system and web-based database to manage monitoring networks in agricultural and environmental sectors.
R&D activities pursue different goals, namely, to advance data management systems incorporating low-cost, widely available mobile computing technologies, and to integrate territorial monitoring systems and tools in support of land use planning. These services emphasize the capability to share data records easily between several workers within the farm or stakeholders outside the farm, as well as the advice on long-term management and processing of farmer’s data. Aedit develops territorial information systems to implement the right crop protection strategy, optimize sagacious water management and innovate logistics in agroforestry chain networks.
The development of smart farming approach stresses the use of GIS and ICT in the farm management cycle, allowing Aedit to conceive dynamic models for the involvement of farmers, advisors, and local authorities, as well as application packages (application software) for adequate data management in the organizational control of farming processes.
Aedit has collaborated with regional, national, and European research institutions in funded projects developing software tools.
The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area will devise new R&I approaches to improve water availability and sustainable agriculture production in a region heavily distressed by climate change, urbanisation and population growth
The PRIMA programme is an Art.185 initiative supported and funded under Horizon 2020, the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
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