The recently launched project “Agricultural Interoperability and Analysis System (ATLAS)” aims to develop a new platform for data-driven and sustainable agriculture. The open digital service platform will enable the flexible interoperability of agricultural machinery, sensors and data analysis tools.
Today’s agriculture hugely relays on data. The lack of compatibility sensor and analysis systems from various manufacturers is posing a major challenge to agriculturists. The ATLAS project strives to overcome this situation by developing an open digital service platform for agricultural applications. The platform will allow a flexible combination of agricultural machinery, sensor systems and data analysis tools. ATLAS will thus boost new, innovative business models for data-driven agriculture to sustainably increase productivity by using state-of-the-art digital technologies.
AZO is part of a consortium of 30 partners from eight European countries, who will carry out the EU-funded ATLAS project under the lead of the Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems IAIS.
Stay tuned for updates on the ATLAS project, including open calls to develop pilot services for the platform, on our AZO Blog.