University of Győr has strong roots in engineering and informational technology, thus it is managing a project with precision farming in its focus – reports magyarmezogazdasag.hu. MILAB is also involved in the research.
“The next step is to forward and store data. We examine the trustworthiness, energy requirement and attributes of several solutions, such as wifi, GSM, LoRaWan in cooperation with Antenna Hungária Zrt., and will test 5G soon in cooperation with the Digital Development Center, established at the University of Győr. From the databases made by this method, we work with the Institute for Computer Science and Control in artificial intelligence-based data analysis and yield forecast, while we work with the Vehicular Industry Research Center and the Department of Automation of our university in robotics research” – reads the article.
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