The rise of a bitcoin market over recent years has introduced the general public to blockchain technology, which is believed by some to have a much wider application, including in agriculture and food.Open
Written by: Johannes Keizer , GODAN Partnerships Lead It might sound difficult to get an audience when you have the first slot in the morning before an opening plenary, but the house was full on 29 August and chairs had...Read more
The African Open Data Leaders Network (AODLN) programme, held as part of this year’s African Open Data Conference (AODC), is calling for exceptional African leaders of open data initiatives to take part in a two day programme.Read more
The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) has been working for more than a decade to open access to Earth observation data and information, and increase awareness around their socioeconomic value. As GEO moves into the second decade four new global partners are announced to help support GEO’s vision.Read more
A new working group on soil data, in cooperation with the Research Data Alliance and the Global Soil Partnership has now been launched. The working group was initially conceptualized during GODAN Summit 2016 , responding to a large interest from...Read more
OPEN SKIES tells the story of Andrew, a farmer from Allington U.K. whose family has taken advantage of new tools and technology that allow them to easily view satellite data of their land, which has been opened up the European Space Agency.Read more
During the recently held 'Africa Open Data Conference', Accra, Ghana (17-21 July 2017), the GODAN Action project team took part in several events, including the 'Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition', workshop lead by CTA.Read more
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