On April 18 2019, NEUROPUBLIC hosted a code camp at its premises in Thessaloniki, Greece. The event focused on the Greek agriculture pilots of the DataBio project. Project partners CSEM (Switzerland) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD (Germany) worked with NEUROPUBLIC in order to develop a web-based platform that enables the integration of service on top of it for the interactive exploration of heterogeneous data, including EO data and AI products in a user-friendly way.
By the end of the code camp, partners managed to design the communication interfaces and also to define technical specifications for information visualization that is expected to significantly support the smart farming pilots in Greece, for which NEUROPUBLIC is responsible. The outcomes of this work will be used within the trial stage 2 of the DataBio pilots.
— NEUROPUBLIC (@Neuropublic) April 18, 2019
CSEM: CSEM is a private Swiss research and technology organization specializing in micro- and nanotechnology, photovoltaics, system engineering and communications technologies.
Fraunhofer IGD: Fraunhofer IGD is the international leading research institution for applied visual computing — image- and model-based information technology that combines computer graphics and computer vision.
NEUROPUBLIC: NEUROPUBLIC is a Greek ICT SME (90+ employees) specialized in the development of integrated information systems and high-demand applications, with a special focus on agriculture. In 2013, NP started the conceptual design of gaiasense, its smart farming (SF) system, aiming to provide next generation advice to farmers.