ALARAD project partners hold fourth plenary meeting in Bologna (Italy)

The ALARAD project successfully held its fourth plenary meeting in Bologna, Italy, where leading companies and organizations came together with the aim of advancing precision agriculture. AIR Institute participated in this meeting, along with the other partners, including KETI (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), Daliworks, Inc, Kyungpook National University, Sejong University from South Korea and CT ENGINEERS. The event highlighted the commitment of these key players in developing innovative solutions for high quality and safe agricultural production, leveraging advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and IoT. The plenary meeting promoted collaboration and knowledge sharing for the benefit of the global agricultural sector.


ALARAD is a project dedicated to the implementation of a Precision Agriculture Platform for High Quality and Safe Production. Its main objective is to develop a decision support system based on proximity and remote sensing, and to foster collaboration between partners from South Korea and Spain. ALARAD seeks to boost efficient and sustainable agricultural production through the use of advanced and innovative technologies.

Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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