Learn more about data science and its role in revolutionising agriculture
The DRAGON Training School, part of the bigger three year DRAGON project, funded by H2020, will expose you to a unique blend of data science courses, including: machine learning, deep learning, big data and scalable data analytics with case studies such as crop mapping and monitoring, precision farming, phenotyping, molecular data from crops and soil biodiversity.
Agri-EPI Centre, its member, Soil Essentials, and partner, Small Robotic Company, are delighted to be involved with the Training School, which will run from the 25-29 November 2019 at the BioSense Institute, Rectorate Building in Novi Sad.
Dr Shamal Mohammad, CTO of Agri-EPI Centre will sit on the B2B panel on day three (Wednesday 27 November) of the event. He will be joined by Jim Wilson from SoilEssentials, who will also deliver a talk on KORE – online precision farming platform prior to the panel discussion. And on Thursday 28 November, Ben Scott-Robinson of the Small Robot Company will deliver an insightful talk on AI driven robotic service for farming.
This is a fantastic opportunity to broaden your knowledge and experience with data science, and its role in revolutionising agriculture. For a full agenda, more information and to apply, visit: datadragon.eu/school.
Please note, the deadline for applications is Friday 15 November 2019.