Agriculture is certainly the most weather dependent economic sector, and changes in the climatic patterns are strongly affecting it, in terms of productivity, risk management, and environmental preservation.

Modern agriculture is becoming more and more data driven. Although a multitude of technical solutions already exist, the lack of interoperability demands a careful choice of machines, sensors and data processing platforms and hinders the adaption of these systems to the individual farmer’s specific needs.

European Project SIEUSOIL enables intelligent Land Use Management in EU and China

The BEACON project aims to develop a bundle of commercial tools and services for the Agricultural Insurance (AgI) companies supporting them to achieve a better risk and damage assessment within their AgI products; enabling them to reduce the number of on-site visits for claims verification and to reduce their overall operational and administrative costs for monitoring and handling AgI contracts; and allowing them to design more accurate and personalized contracts.

For more information visit the Project’s website.

The new RECAP H2020 project video has just been released. Watch it now on YouTube !   For more information on the project, please contact the RECAP team at info@recap-h2020.eu or visit the project website.  

ETAM SA, as the contractor of the “European Food Masters – Taste the Authentic” Program, will join with the executives and businesses – members of the Agro-nutritional Cooperation of the Region of Crete, at the Anuga International Fair in Cologne, held on 7-11 October.

The RECAP project team, in cooperation with the Research Executive Agency (REA), is organising a POLICY SESSION, attended by invited guests from various European Commission Directorate-Generals.

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The third meeting of the Horizon 2020 RECAP project was held on the 27th and 28th of April 2017, at the headquarters of the public company INTIA in Villava with the participation of over 30 representatives of the 12 European organisations involved in the project. The two-day meeting also welcomed 10 representatives of the so-called stakeholders, or target groups, of the project in Navarra (including Tracasa, the Orvalaiz Cooperative and