In the agricultural sector, digital technology and robotics are changing how farmers deal with anticipation and risk management, and management in general; but also of the jobs themselves which now have an attractive potential for highly qualified young people. New technologies can be a vector of innovation and good practices provided that they are disseminated through concrete examples that are accessible to farmers.
In collaboration with agricultural stakeholders, SFATE partners have worked to improve training and dissemination relating to the use of new tools. They also sought to rethink future professions, by highlighting young generations who are used to using digital tools.
– Online platform: http://sfate.eu/
– Training material in the languages of the different partners and in English.
– Study report on the needs for new technologies for sustainable agriculture and the new jobs they generate.
SFATE was 100% funded by the Erasmus+ programme. The project ended in 2018.