EU Projects

Ploutos project is focused on innovation at the nexus of technology-business-behaviour and agri-food value chains. For this reason, it brings together experts that take a systems-based approach looking at the overall impact of changes at any point in the value chain working towards the transition to climate-smart, sustainable farming.

Understanding the importance of synergies, networking opportunities and the power of new connections, our project partners with other EU projects that work to make improvements across the agri-food value chain. There is simply no better way to showcase our expertise and encourage collaboration between farmers, consumers, local governments and other players to establish short agri-food chains than to grow and expand our existing network.

This is a dedicated webpage to give the floor to more promising European projects with the vision to reshape the future of agriculture.

PestNu aims to revolutionize novel, digital and space-based technologies (DST) with agro-ecological and organic practices (AOP) in a systemic approach

PestNu aims to revolutionize novel, digital and space-based technologies (DST) with agro-ecological and organic practices (AOP) in a systemic approach.

PestNu’s 3 main objectives are:

  • In-depth systemic analysis for improving sustainability, food resilience and safety and affordability for all
  • Deployment and up scaling of digital & space based technologies (DST)
  • Deployment and up scaling of agro-ecological and organic practices (AOP)

    Learn more about the project here

QuantiFarm focusses on supporting the further deployment of DATs as key enablers for enhancing the sustainability performance and competitiveness of the agricultural sector.

To achieve this goal, QuantiFarm aims to establish an Assessment Framework measuring the impact and effectiveness of DATs in agriculture through innovative tools, services and recommendations for farmers, advisors and policy makers.

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The main objective of the LIFE GAIA Sense project is to demonstrate gaiasense, an innovative “Smart Farming” (SF) solution that aims at reducing the consumption of natural resources, as a way to protect the environment and support Circular Economy (CE) models.

The project will launch 18 demonstrators across Greece, Spain and Portugal covering 9 crops (olives, peaches, cotton, pistachio, potatoes, table tomatoes, industrial tomatoes, almonds, kiwi) in various terrain and microclimatic conditions.

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STARGATE (reSilienT fARminG by Adaptive microclimaTe managEment) develops a breakthrough, multiscale and holistic climate-smart agriculture methodology, capitalizing innovations in the field of microclimate and weather risk management, as well as in landscape design.
The focus is on Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) and extensively study the benefits of applying agri-environment-climate technical solutions to achieve sustainable agricultural development at landscape level.

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MEF4CAP (Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks for the Common Agricultural Policy) is a Horizon2020 project running from October 2020 until September 2023.

The 4 main objectives of the project are:

  • Draw on the insights and perspectives of all relevant stakeholders;
  • Identify best practices;
  • Ensure the inclusion of all relevant developments and;
  • Discuss the potential of widening their application.

Learn more about the project here