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The Danish daily Jyllands-Posten recently published an article about one of the participating companies in the programme Ingemann, and their new digital platform called Climática.

Climática combines data sources to correlate climate, soil maps and crops or livestock studies for a specific geographic position. Based on this, Climática can identify the risk of credit to a specific farmer, planting a specific crop at a specific farm at a specific time. Ingemann is currently in the process of identifying funding for further development.

Read the article in full here (in Danish). 

 

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The Danish daily Jyllands-Posten recently published an article about one of the participating companies in the programme Ingemann, and their new digital platform called Climática.