Transition Towards a Data Driven Agriculture (TTADDA)
Digitizing agriculture to improve the yield of potatoes and lowering emissions and water usage. That’s the main goal of this research project. The research team is developing new methods for below and above ground sensing and multiple techniques, like radar, x-ray, hyperspectral imaging and impedance tomography.
The project was initiated by Wageningen University and Research and NARO, the Japanese National Agriculture and Food Research Organization.
Researcher Jan Willem de Wit explains the TTADDA project in the field:
Source: Transition Towards a Data Driven Agriculture (TTADDA) – oneplanetresearch.nl
There are no upcoming events at the moment.