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SC2 Workshop 1: Big Data in CGIAR

  1. Big Data in CGIAR Elizabeth Arnaud Bioversity International 22nd September, IGAD pre- meeting, INRA, Paris
  2. CIAT: Big Data for Climate Smart Agriculture  CIAT analysis large, real-world data sets from annual survey on rice to produce recommendations much more quickly. 1. Harvest results of annual surveys and agronomic experiments from National Private Companies 2. Get Planting times for specific sites and seasonal forecasts 3. pairing historical records with state-of-the-art seasonal forecasts 4. Analyses with advanced algorithms from biology, robotics and neurosciences 5. Searches for weather patterns in previous years and checked which varieties did best in those years  Result: Identify the most productive rice varieties and planting times for specific sites and seasonal forecasts. Recommendations could potentially boost yields by 1 to 3 tons per hectare.
  3. Crowdsourcing varieties 500 farmers per site will be given 3 blind varieties in small quantities to be tested under their own conditions (the crowdsourcing approach)
  4. CGIAR Big Data  Large amounts of data accumulated by CGIAR Centers to be published as Open Data Highthrouput production of data:  Highthrouput Genotyping  Highthrouput Phenotyping  Remote Sensing data  Citizen Sciences ( Crowd Sourcing)  Open Data-Open Access Strategy for CGIAR
  5. 8 Agrifood System research programmes  Big Data platform will support the 8 CRPs 1. Dryland Cereals and Legumes Agri-food System 2. Fish Agri-food Systems 3. Forest and Agroforestry Landscapes 4. Livestock Agri-food Systems 5. Maize Agri-food Systems 6. Rice Agri-food Systems 7. Roots, Tubers and Bananas Agri-food Systems 8. Wheat Agri-food Systems
  6. 5 Global Integrative Programmes  to ensure that research results deliver solutions at the national level that can be scaled up and out to other countries and regions. 1. Genebanks ++ 2. Nutrition and Health 3. Water Land and Ecosystems (including soils); 4. Climate Change 5. Policies, Institutions and Markets research
  7. Big Data and ICT: Call for Expressions of Interest  A number of scientific organizations developed high performance computing facilities and big data analytical capabilities.  A major opportunity exists for the CGIAR to leverage this investment in capability and infrastructure  Strong partnerships across the Consortium and beyond it,  work with existing and promising efforts to support the creation of a global-agri-informatics platform and network that ensures compliance with Linked Open Data and other standard interoperability protocols.
  8. IFPRI-led EOI: Tools for Driving Interdisciplinary and Collaborative Big Data Analytics  Implementation of CGIAR Survey Platform Data for data collected through mobile phones  from connected sensor network across trial sites  Further development of agricultural ontologies with research communities’ inputs  Implementing Linked Open Data and APIs in data repositories  Enabling Data Discovery  Use cases:  Scalable Satellite-based Crop Yield Mapper (SYCM):  Crop Water Productivity (CWP)  Remote Sensing for Agro-biodiversity Monitoring
  9. Call for Pre-proposals for CGIAR Research Programmes  strategy/second-call-for-cgiar-research- programs/crp-2nd-call-pre-proposal- submissions/

Hinweis der Redaktion

  1. Citizen science Parallel to the mother and baby trials, 500 farmers per site will be given 3 blind varieties in small quantities to be tested under their own conditions (the crowdsourcing approach) and will be asked to evaluate the material and provide feedback on their preferences, they will become citizen scientists. Data and feedback will be collected by ERMCSD with the engagement of extension services after receiving appropriate training by Bioversity. The feedback will be collected using a simple questionnaire using mobile phones/tablets for immediate submissions to the data manager. This data will be linked to a global portal developed by Bioversity and CIAT to upscale the approach and will be analyzed using ClimMob software developed by Bioversity (van Etten, 2014).