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Its participants included scientists from Sumy National Agrarian University and Sumy State University, representatives of Smart Farming, Diamond FMS, Uniform Agri, Progressive Fairs LLC, International Chamber of Commerce, East European Studies Institute (Warsaw), HS High-Tech Office Ukraine, Enterprise Development Agency in Estonia, Scientist of the Lublin Agrarian University - Professor of the Department of Zootechnology and Biology, GrzegorzBorsuk and Professor of the Department of veterinary medicine RishardBobovets.
The forum started with the panel discussion “SmartAgriBusiness”. The rector of SNAU VolodymyrLadyka stressed how important the IT sphere in the modern worldis.
Theopinion of the SNAUrector was shared byVolodymyrDemura , ICC Ukraine Vice-President, head of the regional branch of the International Chamber of Commerce in the Sumy region.
The first block of discussions was opened by AnastasiyaRuzhyna, the Managing Director of Diamond FMS, on reserves for improving the company's efficiency in the coordinate system BI. BI (Business Intelligence) are methods and tools for transferring raw information into an informedand convenient form. These data are then used for business analysis.
The advisor of the Smart Farming Company,VadymOstapenko, reported on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in agriculture
The reports of the SNAU scientists,namely of a postgraduate student of the special zootechnical department DmytroKalinichenko on the theme “Improvement of existing management programs for the herd in dairy cattle breeding” and “Creation of a modern information environment for students of agrarian universities” by the head of the Department of Informatics and Cybernetics SvitlanaAgadzhanova were also interesting.
After a brief break, the meeting was continued with the panel discussion “Digital City - Digital Ukraine”. The participants were greeted by Oleksandr Lysenko, the city mayor of Sumy and Ukraine's “East European Studies Institute” coordinator Jacek Kluczkowski.
The reports in this section were no less informative and relevant.