Farm Europe participated at the kickoff meeting of the DIVINE Horizon Europe research project, which aims the understand and exploit the benefit of an agri-data economy.
DIVINE – which stands for “Demonstrating the value of data sharing to boost the agri-data economy” – is under the call HORIZON-CL6-2021-GOVERNANCE-01-20 on “data economy in the field of agriculture – effects of data sharing and big data”. The research project will (1) build an ecosystem for sharing and analysing data sets, and (2) demonstrate a series of real-world pilots.
The project’s objective is to show the cost benefits and added value of sharing agri-data. To do this, it will develop an agri-data ecosystem that combines data already commonly shared while also using industry-led pilots that are devised on data-sharing plans.
Our task is to lead the work of WP6, namely ‘Agri Data Sharing Governance Models and Policy making’.