BioSense Institute coordinates, focuses and advances research, introduction and promotion of state-of-the-art ICT solutions in agriculture, ecology, environmental protection, water management and industry

BioSense Institute is an internationally recognized multi-disciplinary scientific research intsitute and a regional provider of advanced information and communication technologies (ICT) in agriculture and environmental monitoring. In BioSense Institute, recognized by EC as a "scientific lighthouse in the region" and thus financed for further reinforcement of Institute itself and its infrastructures, novel scientific concepts such as “smart dust”, “crowdsourcing”, “compressed sensing”, “digital fountain” and “open innovation” are not only becoming a reality but are also put in action in various mission-critical real life cases.

With state-of-the-art equipment and – most important – with an international group of more than 60 enthusiastic researchers, BioSense Institute is able to perform scientific research at the global level and contribute to the development and sustainability of eco-innovation in the areas of major importance for society - agriculture and the environment. As a result of the multidisciplinary orientation, scientific work and cooperation with innovative companies and Regional Government of Autonomous province of Vojvodina, BioSense Institute founded and hosts first European LivingLab with specific focus on Precision Agriculture – PA4ALL, an open innovation eco-system that promotes user – driven precision agriculture in the region of Vojvodina, and is a member of the European Network of LivingLabs (ENoLL). BioSense Institute coordinates or participates in a large number of international research projects, including Horizon2020, FP7 and Eureka.




Mr. Grigoris Chatzikostas
Head of Business Development Department

Ms. Milica Trajkovic
Business Development Assistant



Short supply chain knowledge and innovation network

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement N.728055