Paper 21-37



Ирина Красимирова Кръстева¹, Йордан Георгиев Тодоров¹, Иван Станимиров Стоянов¹
¹Институт по информационни и комуникационни технологии, БАН, София


Irina Krasteva¹, Yordan Todorov¹, Ivan Stoyanov¹
¹Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, BAS, Sofia

*Авторите изказват благодарност към научен проект ННП на МОН „Интелигентно растениевъдство“ (2021-2024), за частичното финансиране на настоящата работа.

Abstract: The article presents a conceptual model and architecture of the ATOS (Artificial intelligence for agriculture TO Steam center) platform, designed for STEAM centers. The theoretical basis of the platform is the concept of „integrated domains“, developed in accordance with the work program of the National Scientific Program „Intelligent Agriculture (2021-2024)“ (NSP). The basic component in this program is ViPS, which is a reference architecture for building cyber-physical applications, which is adapted for different domains as e-learning, digitization of cultural and historical heritage, smart agriculture and smart city. One of the main goals of the program is to involve young researchers (including school students) in the problems of intelligent agriculture. The idea of ATOS is to maintain an integrated domain „intelligent agriculture – STEAM Center“, using the information resources of the NSP to provide training units mainly on the subject of biology and its applications in intelligent agriculture, as well as on topics such as artificial intelligence, robotics, game-based learning. A key component of the ATOS platform is a personal intelligent student assistant mounted on a third-generation Robobo robot.

Keywords: STEAM center, JaCaMo, Robot Robobo, Intelligent agriculture, VIPS


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