What is the ATLAS open call?
ATLAS is developing an open, distributed, and extensible data platform based on a microservice architecture. It will offer innovative, data-driven services in agriculture to everything from single farms to an entire global community. The technology developed in ATLAS will be tested and evaluated within pilot studies at a variety of agricultural operations across Europe.
The open call aims to establish these pilot studies in alignment with agricultural use cases at the farming operations of the consortium’s end-user partners. It will also establish Innovation Hubs around these pilots in order to implement a sustainable ecosystem of innovative companies.
Who is it for?
ATLAS is looking for entrants with proposals that seek to develop new and innovative services by making use of the technical foundation the ATLAS platform provides. The proposed projects should demonstrate specific value for either consumers or stakeholders along the agricultural value chain. The work carried out in these projects should have a thematic focus on developing services that build on and extend the use cases carried out within the ATLAS project.
SMEs, start-ups, and farmers legally established and based in one of the EU Member States or an H2020 associated country (as defined in the H2020 rules of participation) are welcome to apply.
What will be provided by ATLAS?
ATLAS will provide technology to access various kinds of data, including:
- Interfaces to on-board sensor data from agricultural machines
- Interfaces to data from in-field sensor networks
- Interfaces to data from data analysis services
- On-board computers and runtime environments for running applications
- Access to data repositories
Picture: Service and app runtime architecture to interconnect sensors, sensor platforms, and machinery.
Why should you apply?
How to apply
Thank you for your interest in our project! We look forward to receiving your proposal!