One of IGAD’s main roles is to serve as a platform that leads to the creation of domain-specific Working Groups. To date, successful Working Groups (WGs) have been formed under IGAD, these are: Wheat Data Interoperability, Rice Data Interoperability, AgriSemantics and Capacity Development for Agricultural Data WGs. The groups play a key role in delivering RDA recommendations and good practices with regard to Agricultural Data Interoperability.
Karel Charvát will contribute with the presentation focusing on How Agriculture DWG of OGC and IGAD RDA can cooperate on Agriculture Interoperability.
In this free webinar, developers, satellite and in-situ data users, and Earth observation experts will be introduced to a number of different APIs including OpenSearch API for NextGEOSS Data Hub and Platform, the Mundi Platform, and the Digital Innovation Hub for Agriculture APIs. Finally, you will learn about the INSPIRE hackathon and how you can join the community.
In this free webinar, developers, satellite and in-situ data users, agricultural and climate experts will be introduced to Copernicus open data for agriculture. A private data and information provider, meteoblue, offers an unique free and open possibility to access their resources for climate and agriculture. You will also learn about an inspirational example of how you can use climate information for optimizing agricultural production. Finally, you will learn about the INSPIRE hackathon and how you can join the community.
RDA is an international volunteer member-based organisation and as
such encourages the initiative and support of its members across the
globe to animate their community on a national level. RDA Europe
national node are part of the RDA Europe support programme whose aim is
to interact with researchers and innovators in the local language,
offering them a platform for exchange of information pertinent to the
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principles of Openness, Transparency, Consensus-based, Community driven,
Harmonisation and Non-profit. The national pages should not be
interpreted as an official representation of the Research Data Alliance
in any country or any organisation unless this is specifically stated.
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The DataBio project is organising a new hackaton in Bari (Italy) on the 11th and the 12th of October. We are looking for hackers who want to attack one of more of the following challenges related to machinery, sensing technologies, IoT and more…
Applications for telemetry – focus on integration of different telemetry unit with Farm Management Information Systems for effective management of farm machinery
Applications based on the ISOBUS protocol – how could be used ISOXML for communication between machinery and implements and also how ISOXML can be used for communication with precision farming systems
(Remote) sensing technologies – using remote sensing technologies for preparing recommendation for application of fertilisers for different types of crops
IoT applied to machinery – using IoT technologies for online crop and monitoring and also for measurement of meteorological data from machinery
OPEN CHALLENGE – Any innovation related to IoT and/or agricultural machinery
The Bari DataBio IoT for Agriculture Hackathon 2019 will be held on the 11th and the 12th of October 2019 at the University of Bari, Italy – organised by Federunacoma (www.federunacoma.it).
The RDA Secretariat aims to promote the uptake of RDA Recommendations and Outputs across all regions. In this context, the RDA Secretariat is working on is a series of webinars that aim to train stakeholders for adoption. The webinars will highlight outputs of RDA Interest and Working Groups, and demonstrate the added value of RDA.
This webinar focuses on RDA groups and outputs related to Data Management Plans. We aim to highlight ongoing work in RDA from the perspectives of RDA Interest and Working Group chairs, facilitating discussion between the chairs and potential adopters of RDA Recommendations and Outputs.
Daniel Bangert will introduce the session and give an overview of outreach activities to promote the uptake of RDA Recommendations and Outputs globally.- Kathryn Unsworth (CSIRO) will introduce the RDA Exposing Data Management Plans Working Group, including an update on current and ongoing work.
Tomasz Miksa (SBA Research) and Peter Neish (University of Melbourne) will introduce the RDA DMP Common Standards Working Group, focusing on the standard for machine-actionable Data Management Plans (maDMP) released in April 2019.
Sam Rust (Digital Curation Centre) will outline plans to implement the maDMP standard in DMPonline.