The AGRICORE project

The Aim

AGRICORE addresses the environmental and climatic impact assessment of policies by means of a dedicated module aimed to establish links between targeted policies and the corresponding impact KPIs on farmers’ practice.

The Project

The AGRICORE project proposes a novel tool for improving the current capacity to model policies dealing with agriculture by taking advantage of the latest progress in modelling approaches and ICT.

 

The Model

The main objective of the AGRICORE project is to develop a new generation of ABM tool taking advantage of the latest progress in computational science and ICT.

 "The AGRICORE tool will be made as a highly modular and customisable suite, and it will be released as an open-source project so institutions can transparently update and improve the tool as needs arise." 

 The AGRICORE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grand Agreement No 816078.

Specific Objectives

To develop a European data-sources index tool.

To minimise the time and user efforts currently required for the parameterisation and calibration of ABM models.

To develop an evolved agent-based model with improved capacity to model policies dealing with agriculture.

To produce a behavioural model of farmers mimicking their decision-making rationale.

To develop a flexible and integrated simulation suite.

To compile, analyse and show the produced information in an optimal way.

To provide social, economic and environmental impact assessments of agricultural policies at farm, sector and global levels.

To effectively integrate stakeholders’ knowledge and to cooperate with policymakers.

To build a basis for credibility of the policy modelling work.

To develop a highly modular and customisable tool to allow further improvements as needs arise.

AGRICORE Partners

Latest News

Great news from the AGRICORE Project consortium and its cluster projects BESTMAP & MINDSTEP! Our joint proposal for an organized
EUREKA is an EU-funded action which aims to strengthen and improve the flow of agricultural and rural-related knowledge and innovation
UTP, our polish partners, published useful information about the AGRICORE Project in their website in polish. AGRICORE is an innovative
Tierra Cooperativa magazine
Cooperativas Agro-alimentarias de Andalucía presented AGRICORE Project in the Tierra Cooperativa magazine. In the magazine the goals of the project
On the 4th and 5th of March 2020, the AGRICORE project had its 6M meeting. The meeting was planned to
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AGRICORE participated at the 3rd Stakeholder Workshop organized by the SUPREMA project and held on 11th of February in Brussels.
The AGRICORE Project had the opportunity to participate at the EU Conference on Modelling for Policy support that took place
On 26 September, representatives of AGRICORE, BESTMAP and MIND STEP projects, all funded under the RUR-04-2018 topic of the H2020

💡What is the @AgricoreP #ABM approach❓
The AGRICORE tool is built as an agent-based approach where each farm is #modelled as an autonomous #DecisionMaking entity individually assessing its context & making decisions based on its current situation & expectations.
#EU #H2020 https://t.co/PaoIk72Ifj
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The event will be webstreamed live on Monday 10 May 2021 at 10:00 CET, no registration required!
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💡The #AGRICORE #tool will released as #opensource so institutions can transparently update & improve it.
✔️This means free availability of the @AgricoreP #software developments in public software repositories such as #GitLab or #GitHub.
Check it: https://t.co/FtbvCwkINq
#H2020 https://t.co/74Kc55085M
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