UoA, representing FIspace project,  took part in the Smart AgriMatics 2014 Conference on Future Internet ICT and robotics in agriculture and food business, which was held in Paris, France on 18th and 19th June 2014 ( http://www.smartagrimatics.eu/Home).

Sokratis Barmpounakis and Aggelos Groumas organized the session for “Smart Greenhouse Management & Control on FIspace B2B platform”. The scope and the presentations are available below

Session 1.2 Smart Greenhouse Management & Control on FIspace B2B platform

Contact person: Sokratis Barmpounakis
Maximizing the efficiency of the business processes in the agri-food domain by Business-to-Business collaboration is the aim of the FIspace project. This session shows how: Farmers will be able to manage their Greenhouses in a more efficient way and handle their tasks more efficiently; End-Product Producers will be able to discover potential partners in a much more efficient way and retrieve updated information about products; Legacy/Back-end systems’ owners will deploy their systems in several collaborations; How diverse business actors will gain profit from participating in such collaborative processes. 

 Smart Greenhouse Management & Control on FIspace B2B platform Presentations

The FIspace platform Sokratis Barmpounakis (University of Athens)
Greenhouse Management & Control trial scenarios Sokratis Barmpounakis (University of Athens)
Greenhouse Management & Control app development Aggelos Groumas (University of Athens)
Remote assistance for smart greenhouses George Alyfantis, PhD (Mobics Ltd CTO)
Demo Aggelos Groumas (University of Athens)
Challenges in the Internet of Things integration Aggelos Groumas (University of Athens)
Discussion – workshop on potential new apps using the FIspace toolkit – The “FIspace-zation” of Agri-Food Business Processes
What would you like to see from your perspective in such a B2B collaboration platform?

Read more about the content of the presentations in session 2.1 Smart Greenhouse Management & Control on FIspace B2B platform

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