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ICT for Agriculture - Where we are? Where we will go?

On the occasion of the conference proceedings SmartAgriMatics will issue agriXchange projec (together with projects Habitats, COIN IP, VLIte Nod and LearnSens) book ICT for Agriculture – Where we are? Where we will go? The book will be published in limited edition, but it will be freely available also in digital form

Editors are Karel Charvat, Tomas Mildorf, Karel Charvat Junior

The book is published by Czech Centre for Science and Society publisher

List of chapters
Section 1 - Where we are?
Overview of previous activities Karel Charvat
The EFITA ICT Adoption Questionnaire – Priority Indicators for the Future, E. Gelb
Current situation on data exchange in agriculture in the EU27 and Switzerland, Frederick Teye, Henri Holster, Liisa Pesonen, Sarka Horakova
Section 2 – Future challenges
From external drivers to future challenges, Karel Charvat
Sustainability of rural systems and Poles of excellence: the role of Information and Communication Technologies, Gian Paolo Cesaretti, Rosa Misso
Utilising Grounded Theory research techniques to catalyze knowledge discovery within a Living Lab environment, AAK. Buitendag, JS. Van Der Walt
Exchanges of Environmental Information: the next challenge?, G. Waksman, S. Masselin-Silvin, F. Brun, J. Oberti, J.F. Samie, G. Cheruy, B. Prépin, A. Wissocq, J.C. Champomier, B. Dreux
NASYP: Use of environmental modeling for preventing the impacts of major accidents with dangerous substances, Daniel Kahuda, Marek Vach, Otakar Čerba, Jan Bojko, Jan Ježek, Přemysl Vohnout, Vítězslav Dvořák
Enabling the use and exploitation of environmental data for decision making: Bridging the gap between needs and requirements, Ana Saez, Karel Charvat, Francesco Molinari, Mariano Navarro, Lisa Maurer
The social validation, within the living lab approach, at work: 7 real study cases, WWW Technologies and Regional Development Zdeněk Havlíček, Petr Benda, Václav Lohr, Šilerová Edita
Section 3 - Where we go?
What are the priorities for future research? Karel Charvat
Transparent Agrifood Interoperability, Based on a Simplified Dynamic Simulation Model, Monika Varga, Bela Csukas, Sandor Balogh
A Business Intelligence Approach to Support a Greenhouse Tomato Crop Grey Mould Disease Early Warning Systém, Miguel de Castro Neto, Fatima Baptista, Luis Manuel Navas, Goncalo Ruiz
Towards a new theoretical framework: exploring the dynamics of using ICT for farming purposes, Csoto Mihaly
Data quality concepts and methods applied to biological species occurrence data, Allan Koch Veiga, Antonio Mauro Saraiva, Etienne Americo Cartolano Junior
The central role of use cases in enhancing data exchange and interoperability in agriculture, Rob Lokers, Liisa Pesonen, Cor Verdouw, Benedicte Fusai, Mario Schmitz
Competence centre SenGIS . exploring methods for georeferenced multi-sensor data acquisition, storage, handling and analysis, M. Keller, C. Zech, M. Jackenkroll, M. Weis, J. Link-Dolezal, R. Gerhards, W. Claupein
Condition monitoring in centrifugal irrigation pumps with selforganizing feature visualisation, Dimitrios Moshou, Ioannis Gravalos, Dimitrios Kateris, Athanasios Natsis, Nader Sawalhi, Spyridon Loutridis
VLIT NODE . new technology for wireless sensor network, Zbynek Krivanek, Karel Charvat, Jan Jezek, Marek Musil
Selected Issues of Wireless Sensor Networks Geovisualization in Agriculture, Petr Kubi.ek, Lukas and Ji.i Kozel
Server-side solution for sensor data, Jan Je.ek, Michal Kepka Advanced monitoring systems for processing sensor network data, Filip Prochazka, Michal Oskera, Martin Svehla
An evolutionary approach to optimally distributing a fleet of robots for weed control in arable crops based on economical cosi, Jesus Conesa-Munoz, Angela Ribeiro
Using linear programming for tactical planning in agriculture in the frame of the COIN project, Karel Charvat junior, Pavel Gnip, Karel Charvat
Section 4 - Vision of the future
What is the vision of the future? Karel Charvat, Zbynek Krivanek, Pavel Gnip, Karel Charvat junior
The need for continuous foresight in agriculture and food research . a case study based on Teagasc, Patrick Crehan
Section 5 - Conclusion