The «Forestry» information system is being implemented in the region.
It will provide interaction in the uniform information environment of forest areas and citizens owning forest plots.
The Belarusian State University developed a geoinformation system (GIS) of automated soil analysis in Belarus.
The system is intended for use in agriculture, research and valuation of land.
On August 24, 2018 the Council on the priority direction of development of the Russian Federation discussed the draft «Digital agriculture» integrated scientific and technical program. The draft was subsequently finalized based on the Council’s final recommendations.
Researchers of the Institute for Water and Environmental Problems SB RAS (Barnaul) and Altai State University developed an algorithm for estimating the maximum possible rise in water level in the Charysh river basin within the framework of a regional project supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research.
The Federal Forestry Agency summed up the preliminary results of remote monitoring of forests in 2018.
In 2018 area of remote monitoring in the Russian Federation amounted to 109.6 million hectares.
On November 15 a round table was held at the Orel State Agrarian University, where experts discussed trends, problems and prospects of the digital transformation of agriculture in the region.
All urban forests of Russia will be registered by January 1, 2020.
About 1.5 million hectares of urban forests, located in Russia, have not yet fully registered in the cadaster. The Federal Forestry Agency together with the regions plans to speed up the work in this direction this year, and complete it by the end of the next year.
20 million rubles are included in the budget of the Udmurt Republic for the creation of a single base of digitized agricultural land of the Republic in 2019, according to the Minister of Republic agriculture Olga Abramova.
The information base can be a solution of global problems in the industry related to improving the turnover of agricultural land and their efficient use.
To date the use of unmanned combines in Russian agricultural fields is almost impossible.
Earlier in Yekaterinburg experts of the State Enterprise Scientific Production Association of Automation successfully tested an unmanned harvester...
Information about crops that are grown on agricultural land in the Moscow region will be included in the digital map till the end of 2018; beginning 2019 it will be possible to obtain data on the harvest in the region using the map. By the end of the current year information about cultures will also be put on the digital map.