In order for agricultural production to be competitive, smart and sustainable, data-driven innovative practices – such as smart land management, precision farming, smart irrigation – are key, but are dependent on good IT infrastructure and reliable high-speed broadband.
For this reason, Mr. Elouna Eyenga underlines the need for the European networks working on rural development, agriculture and broadband at national and regional level to connect more strongly. These networks are principally the European Network for Rural Development (ENRD), the National Rural Networks (NRNs), and the European Broadband Competence Offices Network (BCO Network).
Find out more about:
- BCO Network
- Good practices in broadband projects – video interview series
- Good practices in broadband projects – database
Contact your national Broadband Competence Office(BCO) using the BCO Network Directory for information on how they can support your broadband project.