The e-agriculture strategy guide is a framework to assist countries in shaping
their national e-agriculture strategy, identifying and developing sustainable
services and solutions based on the use of Information and Communication
Technologies (ICTs) in agriculture.
e-Agriculture is a global community of practice that facilitates dialogue, information exchange and sharing of ideas related to the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for sustainable agriculture and rural development.
In an agricultural market where gross margin and profitability are becoming increasingly tighter, the application of Precision Agriculture Technologies (PAT) can potentially contribute to a better economic, environmental and social...Read more
Horizon 2020 multi-actor projects bring together partners from practice and research, to develop innovative solutions for concrete issues that European farmers and foresters are facing. By building on diverse expertise...Read more
EU space programmes deliver services that can benefit millions of people. For agriculture and forestry, space data, technology and services can support precision farming, soil monitoring, forest management, food traceability,...Read more
Many farmers already use digital technologies such as in-field sensors, smartphones, tablets, drones and satellites to monitor crops and livestock. The collected data allow farmers to improve crop yields and...Read more