COVID 19 INSPIRE Hackathon 2020

The COVID 19 INSPIRE Hackathon will be already the 17th hackathon organised by the Plan4All association in cooperation with CCSS and other H2020 projects including SmartAgriHubs. It will be based on the traditional model of the INSPIRE Hackathon, which is not a single event, it’s a process that is designed to efficiently exploit the achieved results of previous hackathons on developing new innovations.

COVID 19 INSPIRE Hackathon 2020 develops and shares agri-food economy solutions to balance the imperatives of the present with the demands of the future. In COVID 19 Hackathon we will address next topics:

  • Facilitate access to data and services for an easier digital innovation in the agri-food sectors / 3-4 expected Challenges
  • Educating individuals from other sectors for being able to support agri-food businesses in the crisis / 1 expected challenge
  • Forecasting of regional food supplies, deviations and/or shortages / 3-4 expected challenges
  • Mobilising agricultural workforce for harvesting / 1 – 2 expected challenges
  • Regional matching of offer and demand for fresh produce in decentralised settings / 1 expected challenge
  • by Petr Uhlíř
    This webinar scheduled on 20th October at 9 AM CEST will present three challenges that use the Atlas of Best Practice to present solutions to problems that arise in connection with Covid-19 in various areas. These challenges are Atlas of Regional Specialities, Atlas of the Best Practices – Polirural cases and Atlas of Social Enterprises. […]
  • by Hana Kubickova
    Join global participants in technology, Earth observation and space sectors for two days of networking, virtual talks, virtual exhibitions and inspiring ideation sessions at this year’s GEO Week 2020 Virtual Industry Track. The first-ever fully virtual GEO Week Industry Track will connect you with Industry leaders, SMMEs and Regulators as we all converge to collaborate and solve real-world […]
  • by Petr Uhlíř
    Through this webinar scheduled on 15th October at 10 AM CEST, we would like to invite you directly into the topic of one aspect of remote EBAG (eco-, bio-, agro-, geo-) education: how we can utilize and apply the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) approach in the field of distance EBAG education. Is that really […]
  • by Petr Uhlíř
    Do you want to learn more about Calculation of agro-climatic factors and their potential for utilization in the agri-food sector? This is exactly what you can learn during the webinar scheduled on 14th October at 2 PM CEST. On the top of that, methods to calculate selected factors based on different data sets from the […]
  • by Petr Uhlíř
    Yet another webinar is scheduled for next week – this time a webinar dedicated to challenge 11 of the COVID-19 INSPIRE Hackathon that is being supported by ESA BIC Prague? Do you need more information about the main goals and current approach to the solution of this challenge? You will learn this and much more […]
  • by Hana Kubíčková
    The 16th Plenary meeting of the Research Data Alliance will take place 9-12 November 2020. With the theme “Knowledge Ecology“, the event is co-organised by CONARE Costa Rica, RDA United States and Research Data Canada. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 … Continue reading →
  • by Hana Kubíčková
    The EUXDAT Webinar Series continues with the Pilot’s Session 2 following the Pilot’s Sessoin 1. In case you missed it, you replay the webinar right now! Please, helps us to get your opinion on the EUXDAT filling in the questionnare. … Continue reading →
  • by Hana Kubíčková
    Did you miss another webinar held in the frame of EUXDAT Webinar Series? No worries, we have a recording for you so that you can watch it now! Please, helps us to get your opinion on the EUXDAT filling … Continue reading →
  • by Hana Kubíčková
    Yesterday, a final webinar series of the EUXDAT project started with the webinar dedicated to The EUXDAT e-Infrastructure. In case you missed it, we have its recording so you can watch it now! Please, helps us by filling in the … Continue reading →
  • by Tomas Mildorf
    This is the final workshop of the EO4AGRI project, which is planned as an open meeting to present the final EO4AGRI Strategic Research Agenda and recommended Roadmap towards improving the European capacity for operational agriculture monitoring based on information derived from Copernicus satellite observation … Continue reading →