New Steps Were Taken in AgTech7 Project!
New steps were taken in the AgTech7 Project, of which Çamlı Yem Besicilik is the project partner, which started its activities in 1983 under the integration philosophy of Yaşar Group and continues its leadership in the fields of compound feed, aquaculture, turkey breeding, organic dairy farming and plant nutrition today.
In the AgTech7 Project, where agricultural technologies trainings from farm to fork are designed that will appeal to both university students and professionals working in the sector, investors and young entrepreneurs, the content of the trainings has come to the stage of preparation. The trainings to be given in 7 thematic areas will be tested with the participation of students and professionals in the project partner countries in 2022. With the testing phase, it is aimed to "fine-tune" the education by developing it to the needs and learning styles of the learners. The 7 thematic areas where the training will be given are as follows:
- Food value chain and food system
- Increasing the efficiency of resources with the internet of things and satellite systems
- Data analytics for Farm Management Information Systems (FMIS)
- Artificial intelligence applications in agri-food supply chain optimization
- Financial innovation in agri-food systems
- Lean Startup for agricultural technology startups
- Neuro-science marketing techniques
Foresight studies that will take the pulse of the agricultural technologies sector
On the other hand, within the scope of the project, foresight studies will be carried out so that the trainings to be prepared can best respond to the dynamics and future of the sector. Within the scope of foresight studies, the needs and orientations of students and professionals in the field of agricultural technologies will be followed within the framework of the prepared methodology. The outputs will be evaluated for the development of AgTech7 trainings.
“AgTech7: Agri-Food Businesses, Academia and Investment Angels Knowledge Alliance Project for Agriculture and Food Technologies Education from Farm to Table”, supported under EU Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliances Program, is the project of Çamlı Yem Besicilik, Novi Sad from Serbia, together with Yaşar University from Turkey. University and the BioSense Institute, Maastricht University from the Netherlands, the European Network of Business Angels from Belgium and the Southeastern Europe Research Center from Greece and Neuropublic.
All documents and updates prepared within the scope of the AgTech7 Project are available on the project's website (https://www.agtech7.uns.ac.rs/).