Deliverables

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D1: Learning Material and Program Design

     A report, which will be produced consists of;

  •    An overview on SMART Farm vision and understanding in both Europe and Asia and the initiatives undertaken by both parts in this domain. The report will be used to build a learning material on smart farm – Introduction and vision.
  • The summary the generic and specific skills identified to meet the smart farming.
  • Four programs will be designed as described in WP1 with an adapted material.
  • The approach integrates 4 principles: anticipative – cooperative – adaptative –reflexive.

D3: Quality Training Program and Smart Farmer Qualification

  • A Quality plan to verify the effectiveness of the smart Farm trainer (Due date: Month 16)
  • The quality audits will be also designed to get an appropriate set of indicators to measure the potential impact of the program to set up the skills in smart farming (output T3.2) and potential impact of these skills in the Farmer fields (Output of T3.3). (Due date: Month 16)
  • The quality audits will be also designed to get an appropriate set of indicators to measure the potential impact of these skills in the Farmer fields. (Due date: Month 34)
  • Create what will be the network of centres and the Smart Farm observatory for the region.

D2: Implementation and Assessment Framework

  • The lab provides technology transfer interface between program and partner countries. (Due date: Month 24)
  • Pilot program in Thailand for cultivation and harvesting of organic food with the use of smart farming technologies. 20 Smart farmers will be trained during 20 days (5 days for one program). Each Smart farmer will train and coach group of at least 5 farmers. (At least 100 Farmers trained during SUNSpaCe project). During the Pilot 1 training, 9 academic staff will be trained to at least one program and 4 administrative staff will be at raise awareness to smart farms for better project management and its sustainability. (Due date: Month 26)
  • Pilot program in Bhutan for marketing the product nationally and internationally; 20 Smart farmers will be trained during 20 days (5 days for one program). Each Smart farmer will train and coach group of at least 5 farmers. (At least 100 Farmers trained during SUNSpaCe project). During the Pilot 1 training, 9 academic staff will be trained to at least one program and 4 administrative staff will be at raise awareness to smart farms for better project management and its sustainability. (Due date: Month 26)
  • Pilot program for sharing best practice on well-being of farmers.
  • 20 Smart farmers will be trained during 20 days (5 days for one program). Each Smart farmer will train and coach group of at least 5 farmers. (At least 100 Farmers trained during SUNSpaCe project). During the Pilot 1 training, 9 academic staff will be trained to at least one program and 4 administrative staff will be at raise awareness to smart farms for better project management and its sustainability. (Due date: Month 26)
  • Cross Pilot program for sharing best practice integrating all other three pilot.
  • From each PCs, we select 2 Smart farmers, and 3 academic staff to be trained in Bhutan. At least, 6 Smart Farmers and 9 academic staffs will be trained and play the role of the trainer in their country. A group of 6 administrative staff will be formed to raise awareness of the project’s objectives, and to become involved in the sustainability of these actions at the Asian level (2 staff/PC). (Due date: Month 29)

D4: Dissemination and Exploitation

  • The document includes the strategic plan for the diffusion and dissemination of the project and its results. (Due date: Month 5)
  • Manual with identity and corporate image resources and guidelines for communication with entities outside the project. (Due date: Month 2)
  • Biannual report of scientific dissemination. Publication in indexed journals. Book publishing. Participation in national and international conferences.

D5: Management

  • The project Quality Plan and Project Handbook will define and specify the appropriate mechanisms and processes to be established in order to maintain a certain quality level in the whole project structure and outcomes. (Due date: Month 2)
  • A final report will be provided including a final publishable summary report comprising a description of the main results, potential impact and main dissemination activities. (Due date: Month 36)
  • The coordinator will prepare a periodic report for each reporting period comprising a summary of the progress of work towards the objectives of the project, including achievements and attainment of any milestones and deliverables identified in the project plan. This report should include the differences between work expected to be carried out and that actually done, as well as explanation of the use of the resources; and a Financial Statement from each partner, together with a summary financial report consolidating the claimed Community contribution of all the partners in an aggregate form. (Due date: Month 12 and 24)

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