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ATLAS H2020 Project

ATLAS H2020 Project

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ATLAS will build an open, distributed and extensible data platform based on a microservice architecture which will offer a high level of scalability from a single farm to a global community.
The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, under Grant Agreement No. 857125.
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#1 - What is the aim of the ATLAS project?

ATLAS H2020 Project

#4 - Interoperability Network Architecture ATLAS Services API
The specification for the ATLAS API is provided through so-called “Service Templates”. Service templates describe a unit of semantically related agricultural or technical functions. The templates enable a service user to communicate with any service implementing the same template without requiring any specific code, giving the end-users the choice to pick the service that best meets their specific needs and budget.
March 29, 2021
#3 - The ATLAS Multisensor Box
A crucial component of the ATLAS research project is the design, implementation and application testing of a sensor system that can be coupled to tractors and narrow-tracked vehicles by means of a three-point linkage.
February 15, 2021
#2 - The Livestock Behavioural Analysis Use Case
The goal of the Livestock Behavioural Analysis Use Case is to implement and demonstrate a system, which assists livestock farmers in monitoring their animals...
January 19, 2021
#1 - What is the aim of the ATLAS project?
What is the aim of the ATLAS 2020 Open Call and what should the potential applicants know about this funding opportunity?
July 16, 2020