Institute of Precision Agriculture

One of the main projects of the Institute of precision agriculture is the creation of a network of regional centers for digital technologies of precision farming (Agrohubs), which provides services to agricultural enterprises using a technical base, certified specialists and a single digital platform that integrates turnkey solutions and scientific and technological initiatives.

Farmer's digital platform

The "Single Digital Portal" is the platform which, through the "Personal Cabinet", gives access to all users to the "Big Database" with digital programs and systems for information, management and analysis of all types of work and processes in all areas of agriculture and many others. industries based on its own neural network (artificial intelligence).

Regional Center for Digital and Bio Technologies

As part of the project, "Innovative Hub for Digitization and Biotechnology in Agriculture" "Institute for Precision Agriculture" plans to open its first "Regional Center for Digital and Bio-Technologies" in the village of Doyrentsi, region. Lovech, in September 2020.

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