ESTRELA SUSTENTAVEL LDA
ESTRELA SUSTENTAVEL is a green IT company founded in 2010 in the interior of Portugal, near the Serra da Estrela Nature Reserve, and focusing on regenerative solutions in the fields of green IT, smart sustainable tourism and smart regenerative agriculture. ESTRELA SUSTENTAVEL cooperates and drives different projects of technology for environment and industrial innovation, having experience in (inter)national projects, and regular collaboration with Academia. Through the manager Filippo Basso, the leading entity has acquired experience of more than 20 years: 1) in cooperation with and leadership of European teams, 2) in coordination of multidisciplinary teams with entities of different legal nature and with complementary fields of intervention – such as Environmental Associations and NGOs, and 3) in cooperation and supervision of projects with the University of Beira Interior, the Polytechnic of Turin and other European research centers. ESTRELA SUSTENTAVEL provides solutions in several projects, in the phases of architecture, integration, development and testing of different smart solutions for third parties, mainly for smart agriculture projects and green technology solutions, using spectral imagery from drones and satellite data. In environmental and sustainability projects ESTRELA SUSTENTAVEL cooperates with several third sector organizations working on regenerative agriculture (such as EcoAtivo – Portugal, Adenex – Spain, Ananda Valley – Portugal) and can utilize an agricultural pilot project of 50 hectares in the area of Covilhã, near the Natural Reserve of Serra da Estrela. ESTRELA SUSTENTAVEL performs in NEVONEX ecosystem as an “Engineering Service Provider”, able to integrate Features inside the Nevonex box, provide in-cloud solutions, design and co-create smart agriculture solutions for third parties that maximize efficiency and sustainability. Statement on open Standards and Interoperability NEVONEX strategy is to provide an open system that can be retrofitted with several existing agricultural machinery and will interconnect with ATLAS Central Components as defined in the ATLAS High-Level architecture described in the document “D3.2 Service Architecture Specification”.
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