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Now in its third year, the BIG DATA Platform’s Inspire Challenge has invested more than two million USD in innovative big data projects that seek to solve agricultural development issues.
More than one million USD in grants was awarded to eight Inspire Challenge projects that leverage CGIAR data to solve agriculture development challenges.
aWhere and the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture announce open access to maps for economic resilience.
India to host convention in Hyderabad. US$ 1 million in Inspire Challenge grants to be announced.
Unlocking digital innovation in agricultural development requires the ability to aggregate data from a variety of sources and disciplines. GARDIAN enables users to do just that.
This year the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture will award up to 1 million USD in grants to two categories of Inspire Challenge winners: pilot project grants and scale-up grants for winners of the 2018 grant who demonstrate exceptional results, proven viability, and potential for impact.