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|Title:||Impact assessment of information and communication technologies in agriculture: application of the Ambitec-TICs method.|
|Authors:||PINTO, D. M.|
OLIVEIRA, P. de
MINITTI, A. F.
MENDES, A. M.
VILELA, G. F.
CASTRO, G. S. A.
NOGUEIRA JUNIOR, L. R.
BOGIANI, J. C.
ROCHA, J. D.
NOVAES, R. M. L.
BARROS, I. de
RODRIGUES, G. S.
|Affiliation:||DANIELA MACIEL PINTO, CNPM; PRISCILA DE OLIVEIRA, CNPMA; ANDRE FACHINI MINITTI, CNPTIA; ANGELO MANSUR MENDES, CNPM; GISELE FREITAS VILELA, CNPM; GUSTAVO SPADOTTI AMARAL CASTRO, CNPM; LAURO RODRIGUES NOGUEIRA JUNIOR, CNPM; JULIO CESAR BOGIANI, CNPM; JOSE DILCIO ROCHA, CNPM; RENAN MILAGRES LAGE NOVAES, CNPMA; INACIO DE BARROS, CNPGL; GERALDO STACHETTI RODRIGUES, CNPMA.|
|Citation:||Journal of Technology Management and Innovation, v. 16, n. 2, p. 91-101, 2021.|
|Description:||An extraordinary moment of agricultural modernization is currently underway due to innovations in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). In this process, management precepts are renewed, fostering significant gains in efficiency, productivity, and sustainable use of natural resources and the environment. The growing supply of ICTs and the extension of connectivity in rural areas, with their transforming roles in productive practices and economic relations, bring about questions regarding their impacts. These technologies include precision positioning systems and large volume databases, electronic sensors of site-specific production and environmental conditions, repositories of relational data, statistical and crop forecasting software, methodologies and processes; web-based information services, among others. The assessment of impacts focused on ICTs for agriculture needs innovative approaches, due to the peculiarities of their applications, the different scales of their socioenvironmental scopes and, at the same time, the verification of effectiveness of institutional investments on research, development, and innovation (RD&I). Based on these premises, the objectives of this work are to present a ?module of impact indicators for Information and Communication Technologies (Ambitec-TICs)?, and assess its application to six typical technology adoption cases resulting from agricultural RD&I projects. The results detail critical analyses of the contributions of the proposed module for the registration, interpretation, and communication of impacts, with recommendations for technology transfer and accountability in institutional Social Balance documentation.|
|NAL Thesaurus:||Technology transfer|
|Type of Material:||Artigo de periódico|
|Appears in Collections:||Artigo em periódico indexado (CNPM)|