We had the pleasure of kicking off the FARMWISE Project EU at @Lund University, Sweden, with 20 partners from 12 countries. Thanks to the Lund University team, particularly Sebastian Pucułek and Ronny Berndtsson.

FARMWISE transforms the EU agricultural sector by empowering farmers and decision-makers with a novel decision support system, combining precision agriculture, Artificial Intelligence, and remote sensing coordinated by Lund University.

FARMWISE provides new insights into water quality, quantity, soil health, and nutrient management. FARMWISE’s state-of-the-art framework fosters knowledge sharing between scientists, farmers, and policymakers in a co-creation environment (Systems Thinking). It consolidates existing collaborations and promotes new long-term cooperation between European organizations, including Water4all and Water Europe.

One main objective of this project is to provide farmers and policy-makers with valuable local and regional insights and decision-support systems, which will help to guide data-driven policy decisions in these crucial areas.
The decision support system, which is mainly being developed by Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences (HDA), is a central element of the project. It seamlessly combines artificial intelligence methods with interactive visualizations to create innovative visual analytics systems. These enable a user-friendly analysis of the agricultural system thinking, including environmental, economic, social, and technological factors.
Human-Computer Interaction & Visual Analytics @ DarmstadtUAS is happy to be part of the great consortium with Kawa NazemiCristian A. SeccoElena CorrellUliana Eliseeva, and Lennart B. Sina with a strong collaboration with Amir Naghibi (Lund University – WP-Lead) and Wageningen University & Research.