The ICT-AGRI meta knowledge base: designing a web based tool for mapping and analysing research and development on ict and robotics in agriculture and environmental related businesses

Jürgen Vangeyte, Stephanie Van Weyenberg, Bilal Hijazi, David Nuyttens, K Von Bobrutzki, C Von Haselberg, M Holpp, R L Doerfler, I Thyssen

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    Abstract

    In the past decades agricultural productivity increased, but modern agriculture also became a threat to the environment and the safety of the produced food. To make regulations easy to understand and to apply they are expressed in general rules. However, today’s technology can determine and control every action applied to every single spot of farm land and every single farm animal. Therefore, extensive research on ICT and Robotics in agriculture and environmental (ICT-AGRI) related issues is conducted. The overall aim of this ICT-AGRI project is to strengthen and coordinate the European research, to develop a common European research agenda and to launch common calls. The specific objective of our work is to create central internet-based resources for researchers, developers and users within ICT
    and robotics in agriculture, and to stimulate coordination of research and development in this area through user-driven initiatives and activities. Therefore, a structured framework for mapping and analyzing all relevant knowledge within the described research area was developed.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings AgEng 2010: International Conference on Agricultural Engineering
    Publication date2010
    Pagespaper 163
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    EventAgEng 2010: International Conference on Agricultural Engineering - Clermont-Ferrand, France
    Duration: 6-Sep-20108-Sep-2010

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