The VIRAL toolkit has arrived

The VIRAL project has spawned another important and innovative resource – ‘’A toolkit for educators on application of the selected hardware and software in agriculture: robotics, GIS, deployment of drones, IoT, mobile apps’’, which will help our agricultural producers to master new information and communication technologies in their agricultural production. Whether you are a farmer, a fruit grower, or a livestock farmer, in this manual you will find useful instructions and guidelines on the application of selected technological solutions in your production.

The manual is also intended for educators – extension service providers and lecturers, to which it may serve as a useful resource for the preparation of lectures, trainings and mentoring activities with agricultural producers or students. If you want to learn more about the training preparation approach, we have prepared for you practical tips for designing and preparing training, which you may read at the following link:

Trends in the application of the Internet of Things in agriculture are presented in the second part of the toolkit, which you may find at the following link:

The importance and use of GIS in agriculture is discussed in the third part of the toolkit, which you may find on the following link:

Robotics plays an increasingly important role in modern agricultural production. We write about the ways of using robotics in agriculture in the fourth part of the toolkit, which you may find on the following link:

And what we can do with a drone in agricultural production, this is discussed in the fifth part of the toolkit, which you can download at the following link: :

Mobile apps have become an indispensable tool in agricultural production. We write about this in the sixth part of the toolkit, which you may download from the following link:

The manual was published by the Western Balkans Institute from Belgrade (ISBN-978-86-89873-17-7)  and the Montenegrin Association for New Technologies, edited by prof. Dr. Miljan Cvetković- University of Banja Luka and prof. Dr. Radovan Stojanović- MANT.

The author team consists of prof. Dr. Zdenka Babić, MSc Vedran Jovanović, MSc Milan Šipka and prof. Mihajlo Marković, Ph.D. from the University of Banja Luka, also prof. Dr. Aljo Mujčić and Assoc. Dr. Alma Šećerbegović from the University of Tuzla. The team also consists of Jurij Rakun, Ph.D. and Erik Richter, M.Sc. from the University of Maribor, Stevan Čakić, M.Sc., Ivan Jovović, Jovana Popović and Assoc. Dr. Tomo Popović from the University of Donja Gorica and Marko Stojanović- Western Balkans Institute Belgrade.

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