The state of viticulture in Cyprus and the impact of new technologies on its future development was at the center of the first event to inform and disseminate the results of the OenoWatch project for Cypriot wine producers.

During the event, which was successfully held on Monday 19 December 2022 at the Wine Center in Vouni Limassol, an open discussion was held with all the participants.

The Vouni Wine Center will also be the physical base for the activities of the OenoWatch Competence Center, one of the most important results of the Project.

The Cyprus University of Technology participates in the “OenoWatch” research project within the framework of the Restart 2016-2020 Programme of the Research and Innovation Foundation (RIF).

The object of the OenoWatch project is the study, development, implementation and pilot operation of a holistic plant diagnosis and plant protection system for grape crops based on the use of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and a series of state-of-the-art technologies.

The project implementation team from CUT side is composed of researchers from the Department of Civil Engineering and Geoinformatics Engineering (POMIGE), under the coordination of Professor Phaedon Kyriakidis.

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Source: Cyprus University of Technology I News (