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In order to support with remote sensing and using the FruitLook data and website, we will be hosting online webinars in English and in Afrikaans. The first training of the month will be in Afrikaans while the second one (mid-month) will be in English. Please make sure of the dates when you register. Different dates can be selected from the drop-down list when completing your registration. These are accessible free of charge for anyone and the next one will take place on Thursday 4th of June. Let's be productive during the lockdown and get going with remote sensing and precision agriculture!


Part 1/3  – Getting Started: This is for beginners who have never been on FruitLook before and would like some help to register fields for the first time. This part is starting at 09:00. Click on the link below for more information and to register.

Part 2/3 – Introduction to FruitLook: For those who already have an account and fields ordered, you can join from here onwards. In this part, the data components and website functionalities will be explained, as well as how the data is produced. This webinar session will start at 10:00. Click on the link below for more information and to register.

Part 3/3 – Website functionality and data analysis: For the users already well accustomed with this tool, you can choose to only join at this part, at 11:00. Please click on the link below to find out what we will be presenting in this part and to register for it.

The dates are as follows:
4 June 2020 (Afrikaans)
18 June 2020 (English)
2 July 2020 (Afrikaans)
16 July 2020 (English)

The FruitLook service is funded by the Western Cape Department of Agriculture. The project is executed by eLEAF from the Netherlands in cooperation with South African partner Blue North.