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Digi4Live– Multi-Actor Approach Strategy MAAS

Charting Digital and Data Routes for European Livestock Tracking

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• Digi4Live aims to address sustainability challenges in the livestock sector across the environmental, economic, and social realms through better utilisation of data and digital technologies.

• Digi4Live is set to deliver groundbreaking advancements in data sharing, tailored specifically for the livestock sector, with a focus on addressing trust issues among stakeholders, cost structures, value creation, and legal requirements,


  • Farmers 
  • On-field livestock practitioners 
  • Data providers 
  • Research institutions and industry experts 
  • Policymakers 
  • European Commission 
  • Other key agriculture actors 

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Joining Digi4Live as a stakeholder is a great opportunity to network, promote and exchange knowledge and experience on future sustainability, data use and digitalisation in the livestock sector

  • Digi4Live will employ a strong multi-actor and co-creation approach, which will bring together livestock sector actors from farm to fork, from science to livestock and technology industries, competent authorities and more.
  • Digi4Live will employ a multi-actor, multidisciplinary approach with strong active stakeholder participation and engagement. Stakeholders will contribute and emphasize the benefits of research and innovation.
  • Digi4Live seeks to empower stakeholders with the tools necessary to build more transparent and efficient food systems.
  • Concepts to exploit data will be co developed in six thematic case study hubs together with stakeholders. This integrated approach will enable substantially improving the use of data and digital technologies for the benefit of science, policy and business.

Project Coordination:

Dr Jarkko Niemi,

Project Coordinator and
Research Professor at LUKE

Natural Resources Institute

Project Communication:

Prof dr Mladen Radisic
Foodscale Hub

Narodnog fronta 73,
Novi Sad 21000, Serbia


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