On 13th January 2018 the digital marathon organised by Sartec, dedicated to Smart agriculture came to an end.
About 100 people, divided into 14 teams, took part in #hackasartec2018 – they included researchers from the Universities of Cagliari, Sassari, Salerno and Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and from Techedge.
composed of Claudio Allevi of the Saras Group, Francesca Argiolas, an entrepreneur from the Sardinian Winery Cantine Argiolas, Luigi Atzori from Cagliari University, Elisabetta Falchi, businesswoman and Vice-president
of the National Confagricoltura – the Farmers’ association, Filippo Gambella from Sassari University, Andress Nilsson from Cariplo Factory and Stefano Poni from University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore,
The aim of the EaRTh project is to investigate soil properties to optimise the implementation of precision agriculture logics. Geolectric sensors make it possible to map soil resistivity in 3D and supplement in real time targeted sampling, for analysis of the physical-chemical characteristics of soils.
The winning team, comprising Chiara Corrà, Carmine Graziani, Luigi Cifelli, Chiara Ferrè, Nazario Notaroberto and Stefano Muscas, brings together various profiles: industrial engineers, agronomists, instrument experts.
The Bad Bugs Hunters project tackles the agricultural emergency caused by the Halyomorpha halys pest with a georeferenced smart trap.
The team’s members were Davide Roncali, Federico Regonati, Francesca Grisafi, Pierluigi Marongiu, Lara Erby and Massimo Abis.
Grape Detector is a predictive non-destructive system for estimating vineyard productivity, designed for medium and large-sized enterprises. By means of on-the-go imaging in the period before veraison, it is possible to predict and regulate yield, thus optimising quality and reducing processing costs (operations in the field and at the Winery).
The team’s members were Pamela Deidda, Prasciolu Claudia, Laura Delogu, Gabriele Carruxi, Martino Orrù, Marco Sarigu, Mariano Ucchesu.
the sponsor of the two-day event focused on digital technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT) in Agriculture,
will now study the feasibility of the projects that won prizes, and the possibility of investing in the application of more advanced technological solutions, generated by a combination of experience and innovation.
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