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A first in Africa and in the Arab world “ChallengeOne” serving smart farming

As part of a partnership between the Telnet Group, which specializes in engineering new technologies, and the National Institute of Field Crops, a full-scale operation (in-vivo) to validate the use of the Tunisian “ChallengeOne” satellite in the field of smart agriculture applied to cereal growing and the management of irrigation processes, was organized on Tuesday in Bousalem (governorate of Jendouba). This pilot experiment, the first of its kind in Africa and the Arab world in the field of smart agriculture, consists of linking agricultural land through Internet of Things technologies, targeting satellite links in low orbit, by connecting agricultural sensors, in particular humidity, temperature, solar radiation and evaporation with the Tunisian “ChallengeOne” satellite in orbit, during its various passages through the geographical area concerned. As a result of the reception and processing of the captured data, coordinated instructions are programmed and transmitted by the approaching satellite to control agricultural equipment on site and thus remotely initiate appropriate processes of agricultural land treatment and intelligent irrigation managing water resources. To implement this project, the engineers of the company Telnet developed a new software adapted to agricultural activities and succeeded in loading and activating it on the “ChallengeOne” satellite. At the same time, they designed an unprecedented agricultural architecture on site, made up of several sensors, actuators and concentrators, to guarantee the autonomy of the connectivity of the targeted area. In order to highlight the exploitation, a specific application intended for farmers has been developed to allow them, through space, to connect their sensors and control their agricultural treatment devices and irrigation equipment.

Launch of the Center online resources on regulation, self-regulation and education: Facilitate access to information

The Independent High Authority for Audiovisual Communication (Haica) has launched the Resource Center for Regulation, Self-Regulation and Media Education (Crrm). This is an online resource platform that was created with the technical and financial support of the Joint Support Program for Independent Bodies in Tunisia (PAII-T) of the European Union and the Council of Europe. . Its creation is the logical response to the desire to strengthen the capacity of regulatory authorities to exercise their functions in the era of digital media and the explosion of audiovisual creation. The Crrm will thus be intended to meet the information needs of regulatory authorities in the regions of North and Sub-Saharan Africa belonging to the Francophone Network of Media Regulators (Refram) that the Haica has chaired since 2019. It is positioned as a reference tool for media regulation professionals and media actors looking for academic studies and the latest news on regulatory news. The main objectives of the Crrm are to facilitate access to information on regulation, self-regulation and media education, to allow the sharing of news and international standards (including those of the Council of Europe) in the subject, present regulatory bodies on a global scale, put documentary and audiovisual resources online, provide forums for exchanges for researchers and experts in the field of media regulation.

The intelligence algorithm artificial from Xiaomi: A new series in Tunisia

Xiaomi has announced the launch of the all-new flagship Xiaomi 12 series for global markets on March 15, 2022, comprising two groundbreaking devices: Xiaomi 12 Pro and Xiaomi 12. Designed to provide users around the world with a state-of-the-art videography studio and a An entertainment powerhouse, the Xiaomi 12 Series offers impressive advancements in Xiaomi’s AI algorithm, flagship processing power, and high overall experience. Xiaomi 12 series will be available in Tunisia soon. Indeed, the Xiaomi 12 series allows users to record studio-quality shots in any scenario, whether it’s difficult lighting conditions or moving objects. The phones feature a pro-grade triple camera array for versatile shooting, with a huge 50MP main wide-angle camera, with 8K recording capabilities on Xiaomi 12 Pro and Xiaomi 12. The Xiaomi 12 Pro stands out with its state-of-the-art 50MP triple array, which includes a state-of-the-art Sony IMX707 ultra-wide main sensor. Beyond the impressive hardware, Xiaomi 12 Pro and Xiaomi 12 also advance Xiaomi’s proprietary AI algorithms. These innovations make it easier than ever for users to record every moment the way they want, even with dimly lit or moving subjects.

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