CREATE your IoT. The Connected HenneryEstarreja, May 7th 2019
CREATE Your IoT Series
The Connected Hennery
The CREATE Your IoT Series is part of the Internet of Things (IoT) Large Scale Pilots of the European Union (LSPs) and it allows you to create your own IoT applications. It results from the cooperation between the LSPs and the Science Technology and Arts Initiative of the Digital Single Market of the European Union (STARTS).
In this instance of the series, The Connected Hennery, you learn how to make a very special hennery! It allows your chicken drive it around your field, clean it and get it ready for planting potatoes or what ever you fell like!
The Connected Hennery is an application of basic artificial intelligence in the field of Internet of Things. It analyses and predicts the movement of your chicken and moves along with them in your field! It is a new product for permaculture in-between industrial and free range chicken production.
“Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life”
The Connected Hennery is artistically inspired also in the work of George Orwell. The author of books such as 1984 and Animal Farm also believed that the arts could strongly influence real life. The Connected Hennery revisits those concepts and represents a transitional technologically enabled model of socioeconomic organization.
Come and join us at the Municipal Market of Estarreja, in Portugal, on May 7 2019 at 1100.
The Connected Hennery Workshop program
Location: Municipal Market of Estarreja, Portugal
1100 – Opening by The Mayor of Estarreja, Diamantino Sabina, and a representative of EC (TbD)
1115 – The Connected Hennery Workshop
1200 – Presentation of The CREATE Your IoT Series by Luis Miguel Girao
1210 – STARTS Talk on IoT and Food Production Chain Management moderated by Luis Miguel Girao with the following speakers:
- Representative of the EU (TbD)
- The Mayor of Estarreja Diamantino Sabina
- Renato Miguel Prata dos Santos – Lusiaves Group (TbC
- Marlos Silva – SONAE
- Pedro Carvalho – Altice Labs
1300 – Closure by Culture and Tourism Councilwoman Isabel Simões Pinto