- On 19-21 January, GODAN held its first workshop and partners’ meeting in Wageningen, the Netherlands where plans for the consortium’s future agenda and secretariat were discussed. The first Future Food Hackathon (FFH15) which was held in parallel with the meeting, showed how open data access can help solve real world problems, like fostering more sustainable farming (futurefoodhack.nl).
- — Wageningen UR CGI (@wurcgi)Fri, Jan 16 2015 20:13:42
- — WageningenUR Library (@wurlibrary)Thu, Jan 15 2015 10:41:54Workshop and #GODAN Partner Event on Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition - Wageningen UR http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Expertise-Services/Facilities/Library/News-Events/show/Workshop-and-GODAN-Partner-Event-on-Open-Data-for-Agriculture-and-Nutrition.htm … #wurlibrary
- January 19 2015 - Day 1 of GODAN Workshop Creating Impact with Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition
- — Ben Schaap (@landschappelijk)Mon, Jan 19 2015 12:56:56
- Welcome to the GODAN workshop!
- FFH15 News Flash: The hackathon identified six challenges in agriculture; challenges like extrapolating climate data to localise agricultural information for farmers.
- — AgroKnow (@AgroKnow)Mon, Jan 19 2015 10:48:38Anxious for updates on the #ffh15, especially the #foodsafety challenge! http://futurefoodhack.nl/challenge-6-foodsafety/ … #GODAN #opendata http://futurefoodhack.nl/challenge-6-foodsafety/ …
- — Anne Bruinsma (@nnebruinsma)Mon, Jan 19 2015 08:39:29
- Private sector involvement
- Workshop 1 Success stories: Delivering impact
- General introduction to GODAN by Kenny Bambrick (DFID)
GODAN kick off meeting
Workshop Creating Impact with Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition (19/20 Jan.) & GODAN Partner Event (20/21st Jan.)