reSilienT fARminG by Adaptive microclimaTe managEment (STARGATE)


Agriculture is perhaps the most weather/climate dependant sector of the economy, and changes in the weather/climate patterns are strongly affecting it, in terms of the productivity, risk assessment/management, and environmental preservation. From the other, the current farm practices are producing the 1/4th of the global greenhouse gas emissions annually, contributing and further enhancing the climate change, retaining a continuous cycle of altering the climate and impacting the food production system.

Project aims: STARGATE aspires to develop a breakthrough, multiscale and holistic climate smart agriculture methodology, capitalizing innovations in the field of microclimate and weather risk management, as well as in the field of landscape design. It is based on Earth Observation, weather/climate intel-ligence and IoT technologies to support a more effective farm/parcel management and related options for adaption on climatic changes, local and regional policy formulation leading to better landscape management, protection against climatic risks and implementation on microclimate changes.


  • To develop a state of affairs and a detailed requirement analysis for Climate Smart Agriculture
  • To shape a stakeholder community and establish Living Labs
  • To develop observational data infrastructure and data management framework
  • To develop and promote climate services and agro-climatic indicators
  • To evaluate the STARGATE, methodology and decision support system in real condition pilots
  • To develop an outreach plan to maximize the society impact of STARGATE
  • To develop an exploitation plan to maximize the business potential of STARGATE

Project partners:

  • Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece
  • LESPROJEKT SLUZBY, Czech Republic
  • MIGAL Galilee Research Institute, Israel
  • Vyzkumny ustav melioraci a ochrany pudy, Czech Republic
  • AgriSat Iberia, Spain
  • AgroApps, Greece
  • meteoblue, Switzerland
  • Pessl Instruments, Austria
  • Dioseco Unipessoal Lda - 2eco, Portugal
  • Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Hihomoravsky kraj, Czech Republic
  • Vidzeme Planning Region, Latvia
  • Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland
  • Institute of Applied Informatics e.V., Germany
  • Upper Galilee Agriculture Company, Israel
  • Asplan Viak Internet, Norway
  • Farm Rostenice, Czech Republic
  • Adama CZ s.r.o, Czech Republic
  • CREVIS, Belgium
  • Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovacao, Portugal
  • KEFALAS, Greece
  • Flemish Institute for Technological Research, Belgium

Project homepage:

Project manager: Ginta Majore ([email protected])

Project team: Mairita Zaķe, Oskars Java

Project period: 01.10.2019 - 30.09.2023

Funding source: European Commission

Apvārnis 2020