DIVINE: A cutting-edge initiative for boosting a data economy in agriculture

DIVINE is an innovative project that aims to empower farmers to transition to more sustainable and profitable agriculture practices, while also contributing to climate change mitigation and adaptation. That is achieved by developing cutting-edge tools and technologies, which enable farmers to optimize their production practices and reduce their environmental impact. This includes precision farming tools that use real-time data to make better informed decisions, as well as smart irrigation systems that can reduce water usage and improve crop yields.
Additionally, the initiative is exploring new business models, such as digital platforms and e-commerce, that can help farmers access new markets and increase their profitability, connect directly with consumers and develop new ways of collaborating with other stakeholders in the food value chain.
Overall, DIVINE has the potential to be a game-changer for European agriculture, helping farmers to overcome the challenges they face and unlock new opportunities for growth and sustainability.

DIVINE is a three-year research project, funded by the European Commission under Horizon Europe’s “Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment” cluster. It involves a broad range of partners providing diverse expertise.

For more information, please visit http://divine-project.eu/consortium.

The World Farmers’ Organisation (WFO) is partnering to represent the global farmers’ community. The WFO primary role is to engage WFO members to gather farmers needs and expectations for the design and deployment of the innovation proposed in the project and to ensure the dissemination of projects’ activities and results on a global scale.

DIVINE is a Research & Innovation Action (RIA) launched under the Horizon Europe programme funded by the European Union under Grant agreement 101060884

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