A step towards tomorrow’s precision livestock farming
Webinar Tuesday 28 February 14.00–15.30 CET (2.00–3.30 PM)
Modern livestock farming aims at optimal animal welfare in combination with high productivity. Modern technology and development of new and improved tools for monitoring behaviour and health of individual animals and herds open up for high precision in prevention of disease and unhealth. Improved decision support system are introduced with the help of sensors and data harvesting.
In the Horizon 2020-funded project Data Driven Dairy Decisions for Farmers – 4D4F – the aim is to focus on the role which dairy animal and environmental sensors can play in collecting real time information to help make more informed decisions in dairy farming.
As a start-up we now invite trade media, advisors, interested farmers, researchers and innovators to a webcasted opening event where the aims and some important concepts of the project will pre-presented. Participating communities of practice will also be connected, and there will be opportunity to ask questions via e-mail and twitter.
More information about the project is available on the website www.4d4f.eu.
Chair: Margareta Emanuelson
Moderator: Lennart Wikström
Time: Tuesday 28 February 14.00–15.30 CET (2.00–3.30 PM)
Venue: http://www.ksla.se/aktivitet/4d4f/ or Drottninggatan 95 B, Stockholm
Fee: No fee.
Registration: Needed only for participation on location in Stockholm, register no later than 25 February.
To registration (for participation on location in Stockholm)