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Please take a cool break and refresh with the 25th agROBOfood Newsletter!!! Mark your calendars for the events presented on Project News and read the views of Tatjana Knežević in Women in agri-tech. The latest on robotics have been caught On our radar and agROBOfood TV. Funding opportunities in agriculture and robotics present a selection of programmes and relevant pitching events. In Focus introduces you to the TOMMIE project that proposes a revolutionary robot for chemical blossom thinning.

The 5th WaysTUP! General Meeting has successfully come to an end. Over a two-day online meeting, partners discussed project progress, achievements, and next steps… Stay tuned for upcoming meeting insights!

As we have been announcing since February 2022, the ATLAS twelve Open Call 2021 winners are about to complete their implementation phase in July after six intensive months working together with the ATLAS technical partners and Pilot Sites. They are now getting closer to validate their data-driven services to integrate them into the ATLAS Interoperability Network. The twelve innovative agricultural solutions aim to tackle five agricultural challenges, including: livestock management, irrigation, weed

The URBIOFIN project team welcomes back all newsletter readers and cordially thanks them for following through its five-year journey! In this URBIOFIN newsletter you can catch up with the project’s progress and accomplishments… We proudly host the views of two project partners Alba Serna Maza (URBASER) and José María Gómez Palacios (BPE) on the future of biorefineries, while women in bioeconomy give us their viewpoints on the prospects of the

WaysTUP! and the Pilot ‘Food & Feed’ coordinated by SAV was presented in Terra Viva, the TV program dedicated to the Valencian countryside, livestock, fishing, and the weather in À Punt channel in Spain. 🖱️ Click here to watch the relative excerpt…

SIEUSOIL partners met today online under the coordination of Professor Dimitrios Moshou to discuss the project implementation and plan the next steps ahead. 🖱️ click here to find out more on SIEUSoil

From 14 to 16 June, the DLG Field Days took place under the theme “My crop production, my future”. Here, the plant cultivation professionals could once again inform themselves about the current topics around arable farming. ATLAS was also discussed in the area of digitalisation. Dr. Stefan Rilling from Fraunhofer IAIS, as coordinator of the project, gave an insight into the contribution of ATLAS in this area during a panel

The overall experimental design of the final application conducted by the Technical University of Crete aimed to evaluate the efficiency of sewage sludge, olive mill wastewater and compost biochars as biostimulants in agriculture under field conditions. The application will be conducted between May 2022 and September 2022 in a field in the area of Akrotiri, in Chania, Greece. Tomatoes are cultivated under field conditions with and without biochar amendment. Four

In this issue agROBOfood hosts an “Interview with Juan Perela” of the Alpha Unmanned Systems where he describes the ACROCrop project. We invite you to read the views of “Women in agri-tech” and our latest “Project News” on the agROBOfood events. ‘On our radar’ has caught exciting news on robotics whilst “agROBOfood TV” presents robots hard at work. Check out a selection of “Funding opportunities” in agriculture and robotics and