Recent advancement in predictive skill and spatio-temporal resolution of short-term forecasts as well as availability of seasonal weather forecasts can provide additional assets in crop management optimization and significantly contribute to reducing the negative impact of extreme weather.
The main focus of this activity is to build dedicated downstream services based on Copernicus EMS (CEMS), Atmosphere (CAMS) and Climate Change (C3S). CEMS provides already free access to flood, forest fire and drought early warning and monitoring. Copernicus Atmosphere and Climate Change service holds freely available estimates of important climate indices for past, present and future climate conditions which could be exploited also in the domain of agriculture. Accessing this data and building agriculture-oriented services is likely not feasible for small user groups or single users. Therefore, SmartAgriHub could provide a single-entry port and co-design eco-system for shaping, implementation and integration of such a service.
Challenge will include:
Picture 1: CEMS Data Access
Picture 2: CAMS Data Catalogue
Picture 3: CAMS Daily Analyses and Forecasts
Picture 4: C3S Data Store Toolbox
Picture 5: C3S Data Store API
Whom do we search for? What skills should the participant have?
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