2019 EDITION

Data-driven Bioeconomy with Big Data and AI

October 14, 2019 - 16:45 - 18:30
Fennia I Room
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Bioeconomy is important in Europe, not just because it is worth €2,3 trillion per annum and employs over 18 million people, but also because it is critical for the development of rural areas and the sustainability of the environment. Utilizing Big Data and AI solutions has shown to greatly improve productivity and sustainability. This session will present results in agriculture, forestry, fishery and nutrition and will introduce upcoming research in the field.

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CHAIR

  • Thanasis Poulakidas (Intrasoft)

 

Overview of DataBio project results

  • Thanasis Poulakidas (DataBio coordinator, INTRASOFT Intl)

 

The DataBio platform

  • Caj Södergård (Research Professor, VTT)

 

More precise wood supply through forest big data

  • Jarmo Hämäläinen (Research Director, Metsä-teho)

 

Data as the future food

  • Nesli Sözer (Research Professor, VTT)

 

A success story of applying big data in agriculture

  • Savvas Rogotis (Project Manager, Neuropublic)

 

Advancing the agri-food value chain from large scale deployment and integration of platforms

  • Kevin Doolin (Director of innovation, TSSG)

 

Q&A / Panel discussion – All

SPEAKERS OF THIS SESSION
Caj Södergård
Secretariat at ADRA
Jarmo Hämäläinen
Research DirectorMetsäteho
Kevin Doolin
at Walton Institute
Nesli Nesli Sözer
Research Professor at VTT
Savvas Rogotis
Project manager Neuropublic
Thanasis Poulakidas
DataBio coordinatorINTRASOFT Intl
DOCUMENTS
Overview of DataBio project results
The DataBio platform
More precise wood supply through forest big data
Data as the future food
A success story of applying big data in agriculture
Advancing the agri-food value chain from large scale deployment and integration of platforms
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