Use of limited availability of irrigation water as an abiotic stress factor for the production of high added value small-sized greenhouse tomatoFebruary 2023 - May 2025
The rational management of water resources, the limitation of production losses and the improvement of the quality characteristics of small-fruited greenhouse tomato.
Giving Rural Actors Novel data and re-Useable tools to Lead public Action in Rural areasOctober 2022 - September 2026
GRANULAR is a four-year multi-disciplinary and transnational project, which aims at generating new datasets, tools and methods to better understand rural areas.
Turning climate commitments into actionOctober 2021 - September 2025
How can we adapt to the intensifying weather conditions that threaten our way of life? From floods in Germany to wildfires in Greece and Turkey; water shortages in Northern Europe and heatwaves in Siberia, we are already experiencing events that impact people’s health, livelihoods and assets.
Fork-to-farm agent-based simulation tool augmenting BIOdiversity in the agri-food VALUE chainOctober 2021 - September 2025
The aim of the BioValue project is to set-up a holistic approach to the analysis of the link among biodiversity, the agro-food value chain, the environment and consumer’s preferences and health by employing a bottom-up approach to develop a dynamic and customizable tool to optimize the introduction of underutilized genetically diverse crops in the agri-food value chain throughout Europe. The idea is to explicitly analyse agent interactions and behaviour in the agri-food value chain in combination with various future climatic and water availability scenarios and to spur a self-growing dynamic process of biodiversity by mobilizing the market and social drivers.
A Holistic Approach to Sustainable, Digital EU Agriculture, Forestry, Livestock and Rural Development based on Reconfigurable Aerial Enablers and Edge Artificial Intelligence-on-Demand SystemsJuly 2022 - June 2025
CHAMELEON is a Horizon Europe Project that aims to optimise production and identify potential problems in agriculture, livestock, forestry and rural areas. To achieve this, the CHAMELEON Project use a novel reconfigurable drone, able to modify its configuration and sizing upon demand, which can be deployed in homogeneous or heterogeneous groups to support complex scenarios, as well as a set of existing heterogeneous, modular, interoperable, networked unmanned vehicles systems.