Computomics and SiberGeo are ranked second within the PARSEC 15
As one of the 100 selected winners of PARSEC open call 1, Computomics took part in open call 2 of the PARSEC acceleration programme and is very happy and proud to be among the 15 winners at the PARSEC Demo Days!
PARSEC Accelerator ranked Crop Predictions Take Flight by Computomics GmbH and SiberGeo OÜ in second place!
More information of the program and a full list of the winners can be found here.
Computomics and SiberGeo teamed up to develop a solution for better crop prediction. Currently we produce 30 megatons less grain needed to feed the world, and a changing climate is affecting crops. The average time to develop and bring a new variety to market is 13 years. Although more and more data from markers, images, climate, soil, to phenotype analyses are recorded than ever before, breeders have no way to integrate it all. Earth observation data is currently not used in any crop prediction solution and that's where Computomics and SiberGeo step in. The solution our consortium is developing integrates EO data from the In Situ Datahub via an API, and novel on-ground geophysical sensor technologies.
Congratualtions to all other winners of PARSEC Demo Days and thanks to the PARSEC team and all #100PARSEC companies!
“This project has indirectly received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, via an Open Call issued and executed under project PARSEC (grant agreement No 824478)”.