Digitalization of municipal land management: Computer equipment delivered to pilot local governments

As part of the project "Digitalization of municipal land management" implemented by NALED in cooperation with the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) and Telegroup, and with the support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), computer equipment was provided to five pilot local governments taking part in the project - Sombor, Subotica, Vrbas, Inđija and Bačka Topola. This donation aims to improve their technical capacity for agricultural land management.

In addition to the equipment, these cities and municipalities have been granted a license for the AgroLIFE platform for digital management of agricultural production, which is piloted within the project. The integration of information and communication technologies in agriculture nowadays plays a key role in the development of sustainable agricultural production, and thanks to an application such as AgroLife, agronomists and farm owners can more efficiently plan and organize production, increase yields and reduce operating costs.

As part of this platform, at the beginning of the year, 50 meteorological stations were installed in five local governments in Vojvodina, which monitor air humidity, wind strength and the condition of the land in real time, and all necessary data are available up to a month ago.

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