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SMART agriculture for innovative vegetable crop PROTECTion: harnessing advanced methodologies and technologies

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Report 1 on online content

Report on online content SMARTPROTECT online Data Sharing Platform after year 1

Pratice Abstracts reporting period 2

The resulting innovative knowledge and easy accessible enduser material from this project will feed into the EIPAGRI The agricultural European Innovation Partnership website for broad dissemination The enduser material to be produced contains a substantial number of summaries for practitioners in the EIP common format practice abstracts including the characteristics of the project eg contact details of partners etc A full package of practice abstracts will be produced by the project containing all the outcomesrecommendations which are ready for practiceA practice abstract is a short summary of around 10001500 characters word count no spaces see below which describes the main informationrecommendationpractice that can serve the endusers in their daily practice Guidance and templates for these practice abstracts are available on the EIPAGRI web site httpeceuropaeueipagricultureencontenteipagricommonformat A total target number of 100 practice abstracts is foreseen for the project 75 of them are expected to deliver for the second review period M 36

10 Reports on open days

Advanced experimental farms will be selected based on information from WP2 and WP3 to show stakeholders the most promising SMART IPM technologies The open days will be organized for outdoor and indoor communities and will be accessible not only for farmers researchers but announcements will also be made for consumers and other stakeholders Theoretical and practical presentations will be given to support the demonstrations Discussions questions of interest will be reported in 10 reports

8 Minutes of meetings reporting period 1

Minutes of meetings of Strategic Innovation Board (SIB), General Assembly (GA) and Executive Board (EB) after first period

First report on the Thematic Network links with EU-wide

Report 1 on the Thematic Network links with EUwide

Report 2 on online content

Report 2 on online content SMARTPROTECT Online Data Sharing Platform

Summarized outcome of interviews and questionnaires

Interviews and a questionnairebased consultation will be carried out using the information from WP2 gathered within the first 12 months Each WP participant will address experts and stakeholders in their country based on their contacts from their preliminary work and activity in the vegetable sector Interviews and questionnaires will be drawn up to identify general knowledge on the applicability of new SMART approaches in various areas zones and farming systems assessment of the cost and suitability of their application by the growers Bottlenecks with focus on the technical side will be identified based on interviews and questionnaires and results will be discussed within the Strategic Innovation Board The summarised outcome will allow us to identify the most promising technologies and map their applicability in various farming systems Gaps where education information flow and training are needed will be identified and followed up in WP4 The diversity of stakeholders and endusers involved will provide wide views about SMART technologies and their application both outdoors and indoors M214

Second Report on the Thematic Network links with EU-wide

Second report on the Thematic Network links with EUwide

3 Reports on SMARTPROTECT events and general Dissemination activities reporting period 1

3 Reports on SMARTPROTECT events and general dissemination activities first reporting period

Benchmarking workshop report

Report on the benchmarking workshop

3 Evaluation reports on regional hub interactive seminars: disease control

Based on the outcome of T41 specific topics suited for various regulatory zones of EU will be identified and a series of seminars will be organized on model diseases in a similar way as in T42 At least one seminar will be organized in each of the 3 regions North Central South An output report from each seminar will be delivered

Dissemination and Communication Materials

Dissemination and communication materials at least 15 different means

7 Minutes of meetings reporting period 2

Minutes of meetings of Strategic Innovation Board SIB General Assembly GA and Executive Board EB second reporting period

Reference document on SMART IPM technology

During a benchmarking workshop the examples of best practice for all methodologies will be selected resulting in a reference document which describes the optimal situation for SMART IPM techniques and methodologies for all horticulture farmers in the European Union Obstacles for the implementation of SMART IPM techniques and possibilities to overcome the latter will be identified and described in this reference document which is the basis of WP4 and can also act as an advisory document for the EC and the national authorities

3 Evaluation reports on regional hub interactive seminars: pest control

Based on the outcome of T41 specific topics suited for various zones of the EU will be identified and a series of seminars will be organized on themes concerning the model vegetable pests At least one seminar will be organized in each of the 3 participating regions North Central South The best practices benchmarked and selected in WP3 will be presented including costbenefit analysis and the possibility to use them across different vegetable species Researchers stakeholders and endusers will discuss possible new SMART IPM technologies for pest control in protected and outdoor cultivation Knowledge enrichment between indoor and outdoor communities will be stimulated Information and program on the seminar will run in national languages and English An output report from each seminar will be delivered

Report on case studies

Report on case studies

Report on SMARTPROTECT innovation rally

Report on the SMARTPROTECT innovation rally This rally will focus on demonstrating different techniques and models that were found the best by the endusers within the project

Practice Abstracts reporting period 1

The resulting innovative knowledge and easy accessible enduser material from this project will feed into the EIPAGRI The agricultural European Innovation Partnership website for broad dissemination The enduser material to be produced contains a substantial number of summaries for practitioners in the EIP common format practice abstracts including the characteristics of the project eg contact details of partners etc A full package of practice abstracts will be produced by the project containing all the outcomesrecommendations which are ready for practiceA practice abstract is a short summary of around 10001500 characters word count no spaces see below which describes the main informationrecommendationpractice that can serve the endusers in their daily practice Guidance and templates for these practice abstracts are available on the EIPAGRI web site httpeceuropaeueipagricultureencontenteipagricommonformat A total target number of 100 practice abstracts is foreseen for the project 25 of them are expected to deliver for the first review period M 18

3 Reports on SMARTPROTECT events and general Dissemination activities reporting period 2

3 Reports on SMARTPROTECT events and general dissemination activities second reporting period

Content review and second version of the database

Following a meeting in month 6 a second phase of information collection will take place focusing on priority areas and on gaps and this will be added to the database Make database publically accessible by M12

Content review of the database round 3

The information collected and the process of collecting and summarizing further information will be reviewed at subsequent WP leader meetings

Final content review of the database

The information collected and the process of collecting and summarizing further information will be finally reviewed

3 Training courses

Using experience from the series of seminars short training courses for the target groups will be organized Appropriate lecturers will be selected and invited Minimally one training course per EU zone will be organized An output report from each training course will be delivered Also this training will be made available as a video podcast for stakeholders from other EU zones

SMARTPROTECT Online Data Sharing Platform

Based on the outcomes of WP2 an online data sharing platform will be developed in order to facilitate the networking and needs matching Smart IPM providers and relevant stakeholders It aims to strengthen the collaboration between providers of the technology including research and endusers This platform will be designed based on the successful deployment and acceptance of the INNOSETA platform httpwwwinnosetaeu which is developed by the WP leader Agenso Two main features will describe the specially designed database of the online data sharing platform Searchable The data sharing platform will contain the data from WP2 which will be filled into this comprehensive database that will play a crucial role in a longterm process of strengthening the collaboration between solution providers and the industry The platform will enable easy and userfriendly searches by the use of custom queries find related information andor documents and rank search resultsUpdateable The database will have the capability to accept new entries and correction and editing of existing data on request Although the majority of the provided information will be extracted from WP2 Interested stakeholders could also add additional data to the online sharing platform that are important for matching purposes It should also be mentioned that besides stakeholders identified within WP2 the data sharing platform will be open to new entries Each new entry will pass through a strict validation process so database users can be sure that the information provided is accurate and reliableIn the frame of this task Inagro and Agenso will set up a Technical Committee TC with technical staff at DGAgri in order to ensure successful embedding of the SMARTPROTECT Online Data Sharing Platform with the EIPSP Platform The TC will guide the functional and technical design of all software components and will monitor their implementation Also a virtual test bed will be developed The tool will initially act as an online content aggregator for Smart IPM solutions It will provide an inclusive demonstration of the identified solutions

Content review of the database round 1

The information collected and the process of collecting and summarizing further information will be reviewed at subsequent WP leader meetings

Content review of the database round 2

The information collected and the process of collecting and summarizing further information will be reviewed at subsequent WP leader meetings

Benchmark workshop

During a benchmarking workshop the examples of best practice for all methodologies will be selected

Publications

Pest insect management in vegetable crops grown outdoors in northern Europe – approaches at the bottom of the IPM pyramid

Author(s): Rosemary Collier
Published in: Frontiers of Horticulture, Issue 2, 2023, Page(s) p 11, ISSN 2588-7874
Publisher: Anders Huseth, North Carolina State University, United States
DOI: 10.3389/fhort.2023.1159375

Optical Identification of Fruitfly Species Based on Their Wingbeats Using Convolutional Neural Networks

Author(s): Kalfas Ioannis, De Ketelaere Bart, Beliën Tim, Saeys Wouter
Published in: Frontiers in plant science, Issue 13, 2022, ISSN 1664-462X
Publisher: Frontiers Media S. A.
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2022.812506

Applicability of Smart Tools in Vegetable Disease Diagnostics

Author(s): Ovesná, J.; Kaminiaris, M.D.; Tsiropoulos, Z.; Collier, R.; Kelly, A.; De Mey, J.; Pollet, S.
Published in: Agronomy, Issue 13(5), 1211, 2023, ISSN 2073-4395
Publisher: Jian Zhang
DOI: 10.3390/agronomy13051211

A fresh look at computer vision for industrial quality control

Author(s): De Ketelaere, B., Wouters, N., Kalfas, I., Van Belleghem, R., Saeys, W
Published in: QUALITY ENGINEERING, Issue 34 (1), 2022, Page(s) 152-158, ISSN 1532-4222
Publisher: Taylor and Francis group
DOI: 10.1080/08982112.2021.2001828

Towards in-field insect monitoring based on wingbeat signals: The importance of practice oriented validation strategies

Author(s): Ioannis Kalfas, Bart De Ketelaere, Wouter Saeys
Published in: Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, Issue 180, 2021, Page(s) 105849, ISSN 0168-1699
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.compag.2020.105849

Towards automatic insect monitoring on witloof chicory fields using sticky plate image analysis

Author(s): Kalfas Ioannis, De Ketelaere Bart, Bunkens, Klaartje, Saeys Wouter
Published in: Ecological Informatics, Issue vol 75, 2023, ISSN 1574-9541
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoinf.2023.102037

Prepoznavnost pametnih tehnologij v integriranem varstvu vrtnin v Sloveniji = Awareness of smart technologies in vegetable IPM management in Slovenia

Author(s): Bohinc, Tanja Pollet, Sabien De Mey, Jonathan Böckmann, Elias Rodriguez Calle, Juan Pablo Kaminiaris, Michail Tsiropoulos, Zisis Baklawa, Mohamed Trdan, Stanislav
Published in: Lectures and papers presented at the 15th Slovenian Conference on Plant Protection with International Participation,, 2022
Publisher: Lectures and papers presented at the 15th Slovenian Conference on Plant Protection with International Participation,

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