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  • 1. Excerpt of the programmeThursday, 09:00 Workshop 5f: ICT for Sustainable Agriculture in AfricaMay 30, 2013 ICT Supporting Agriculture, Forestry, Environment incl. Smallholder Farmers Walter Mayer, Progis Software GmbH, Austria Vexcel Imaging / Microsoft, Image Data Collection and Mapping – Global Ortho: Rapid, High Efficiency Ortho Update Technologies Carol Sella Kinuthia, Microsoft East and Southern Africa, Kenya (to be confirmed) Opening Access to Research Data for Agricultural Development Ajit Maru, Global Forum on Agricultural Research, Italy Weather Index Insurance and Other Climate Related Services hrough Multi-purpose Monitoring Networks Bernhard Pacher, Adcon Telemetry, Austria Strategic Research Agenda for Introduction of Innovative Approaches on Data Exchange in Agri- food Industry Karel Charvat, Help service remote sensing s.r.o., Czech Republic 11:00 Workshop 6f: ICT for Sustainable Agriculture in Africa The Importance of IT in Agriculture and Necessity of Agro-ICT Infrastructures Lucy Muchoki, Pan African Agribusiness and Agroindustry Consortium, Kenya From Geoportal to Geosocial Space Tomas Mildorf, Czech Centre for Science and Society, Czech Republic Complex Solution for Sensor Network in Precision Farming Michal Kepka, Czech Centre for Science and Society, Czech Republic Presentation Strathmore Business school David Mugun, Director, Strathmore University, Kenya Supported by Hosted by Technical Co-Sponsor ARICAN UNION Ministry of HigHer education science and tecHnology