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Rail Baltica invites entrepreneurs, developers, NG
On 24th of March North East Europe Regional Cluste
On Tuesday, January 21 representatives of the Farm
On January 27th the first European Digital Innovat
As part of the new common agricultural policy (CAP
Agrobusiness Forum is the biggest annual event for
It’s our pleasure to inform you that the applicati
On December 4, the National Agrarian University of
Waterdrive team invites You to save November
On 8 October this year, Maira Dzelzkalēja-Burmistr
Our partner Zemnieku Saeima has organised a worksh
On 14th of July Zemnieku Saeima organized a worksh
On 3rd of December was held EIT Food Hub Latvia un
North East Europe Regional Cluster is organising a
This year on October 4, Latvian Farmer’s Parliamen
On November 19, a seminar on digital solutions in
This year on October 4, Latvian Farmer’s Par
Monday, June 29th from 2pm til 4pm specialists are
On February 28th there was an annual Farmers Parli
28.01.2020. Union Farmers Parliament Vice Chairman
On 9th of July North East Europe Regional Cluster
The growth in teleworking seen during the Covid-19
10.01.2020. During a board meeting the Farmers Par
Lai informētu Vidzemes biškopjus par unikālu Latvi
On October 17, 2019, Maira Dzelzkalēja-Burmistre,
Farmers Parliament Digital Innovation Hub (FP DIH) aims to become a digital innovation support platform that helps farmers, agronomists, companies, R&D institutions and other organisations in Latvia to create added value through digital technology, better business and production processes. Latvian Agriculture DIH platform will become the first one stop shop service to digitize businesses in Latvia, and it enables the participants of the digital ecosystem to find solutions for their challenges by focusing on businesses.
Technology solutions in farming can reduce costs and improve profitability. Digital technologies allow decision-making tools with timely and accurate operational data, e. g. predicting and monitoring services to reduce pesticides, fertilizers or antibiotic use. Sustainability audit systems can provide opportunities to reduce the logistic costs based on real time information.
Union “Farmers Parliament” members – around 800 producing farmers of all regions of Latvia, involved in the different agriculture sectors (arable farming, cattle, dairy, vegetables, fruits etc.) Living Lab – the project addresses to collaboration for creation, prototyping, validating, and testing of new technologies, services, products, and systems in real-life contexts.
SmartAgro is an agriculture innovation and technology website. The main idea of SmartAgro is to inform and to encourage farmers and other interested parties to use new technologies, services, products and systems for a sustainable future in rural areas. By focusing on Regional Cluster, Digital Innovation Hubs, Living Labs and technology solutions under EU Research and Innovation programme Horizon 2020 projects the website will provide the cutting edge ideas and solutions to facilitate innovations in rural areas. SmartAgro is maintained by a non-governmental organization – Farmers’ Parliament (FP).