GAP-a-Farm: simplified recording of farm events

GAP-a-Farm is a research tool that seeks to explore the role of ICT in the implementation of Good Agricultural Practices. It is an experimental prototype that explores simplified recording of activities in the farm as an opportunity to offer recommendations and alerts for the application of good agricultural practices.

If you are interested in learning more about it or taking part in a pilot test, send an email to one of the responsible researchers:

  • Alejandro Fernandez (alejandro.fernandez@lifia.info.unlp.edu.ar)
  • Mariana del Pino (mdelpino@agro.unlp.edu.ar)

GAP-a-Farm is open source (licensed under the GPL3) and is available at github

Publications

Francis Baumont de Oliveira, Andres Marconi, Mariana del Pino, Alejandro Fernandez, and Jorge E. Hernandez. A Gateway for Technology Adoption in Agriculture: a Design- Thinking Approach for a Compliance Decision Support System. ICDSST 2020 Proceedings – Online Version. The Ewg-Dss 2020 International Conference On Decision Support System Technology. I. Linden, M.T. Escobar, A. Turón, F. Dargam, U. Jayawickrama (editors). Zaragoza, Spain, 27-29 May 2020

Francis Baumont de Oliveira, Alejandro Fernandez, Mariana del Pino, and Jorge E. Hernandez. Design Thinking and Compliance as Drivers for Decision Support System Adoption in Agriculture. International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IJDSST). In Press.

Alejandro Fernandez, Andres Marconi, Mariana del Pino2, Francis Baumont de Oliveira, and Jorge Hernández. GAP-a-Farm: A tool to support GAP compliance and information based decision making in horticulture. In “Agri-Food Systems Networks Challenges in the Age of Uncertainty”.  SSDC Springer series. In Press.

Demonstrator video (English)

Video Demostrador (En Español)