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High technical readiness levels!!! Focus on integration of already available devices and technologies.
Some key figures about the project: The Consortium comprises 71 partners from 16 countries. The project duration is 4 years (Start in January 2017 and end in December 2020) The total budget is €35 million (of which €30 million co-funded by the EU under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation)
The core of the project lies within 5 trials. These cover 5 sectors (arable, dairy, fruits, vegetables and meat). To showcase each of the trials, the project is organized around 19 use cases.
Each use case includes the cybernetic system cycle starting,
Device/Edge Domain Sensors to monitor weather, vineyard and winery conditions. Middleware for data gathering.
Cloud Domain Perform data analysis on : weather conditions, vineyard phenological stages and resources. Use analysis results to improve vine yield, wine quality and optimize resources.
Applications Domain Facilitate decision making by monitoring and controlling the vineyards and cellars at anytime and anywhere. Optimize resource allocation and use.
Through these projects we have developed a success formula in approaching the challenge of ICT and Information Management in Agri-Food : Trials and use cases form the core, in which we jointly develop as research and business organisations, knowledge and application through a lean multi-actor approach This means that we quickly develop minimum viable products with involvement of all relevant stakeholders and upscale these through several cycles of development In parallel we create synergy by Technical integration: open architectures, standard that can be used as generic building blocks in the trials and use cases Governance and business modelling: solve issues that arise from the trials and use cases regarding ownership, privacy, trust, etc. and support the businesses in developing sustainable business plans for the apps, services and organization structures that are being developed Ecosystem Development – support the trials and use cases in embedding their solutions in global ecosystems and upgrading them to a large scale Project coordination and management is trivial, but we have shown that Wageningen University and Research is very capable to fulfil this role in large public-private projects This integrated approach will guarantee long-term, sustainable results from these projects.
IoF2020 believes that it is important for a large scale take‐up to maximize synergies across multiple use case systems. As a consequence, much attention is paid to ensuring the interoperability of multiple use case systems and the reuse of IoT components across them. The figure shows the architectural approach to achieve this during design, development, implementation and deployment. To enable reuse of components, IoF2020 will provide a catalogue of reusable system components, which can be integrated in the IoT systems of multiple use cases of the project. It will include as much as possible existing components from previous and running projects and (open source) initiatives, including FIWARE, FIspace, etc.
Consortium participants and partner organisations IoF2020 partners, other networks and initiatives with whom relations have already been established. Stakeholders, directly using produced services and/or benefiting from the project outcomes. Farmers Cooperatives End users IoF2020 includes end-users for the entire supply chain, from farm to the plate. IoT technology providers Companies or other entities developing, producing and selling IoT technologies. Agricultural (independent) advisory services Services that make new knowledge available to farmers and assist the farmers to develop their farming and management skills. Business support organisations Entities supporting the establishment of a business entity. Interest organisations / NGOs Interest organisations are the entities representing interests of a particular sector. NGOs are non-profit organizations, operating independently of government. Investors Entities committing capital for a financial return. Scientific community A diverse network of interacting scientists. Policy makers and regulators Individuals responsible for determining and applying policies and legislations. General public & media General public is the general community of people, regardless of their interests and/or occupations. Media are the communication channels through which the IoF2020 key emssages can be disseminated.
The Internet of Food & Farm: Opportunities Micro-Nano-Bio Systems
THE INTERNET OF FOOD & FARM
OPPORTUNITIES MICRO-NANO-BIO SYSTEMS
COR VERDOUW, WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH
Micro-Nano-Bio Systems Workshop, Amsterdam on 12 &13 December 2017
IoF2020 fosters a large-scale uptake of IoT in
the European farming and food sector
• Demonstrate the business case of IoT for a
large number of application areas in farming
and food sector;
• Integrate and reuse available IoT
technologies by exploiting open
infrastructures and standards;
• Ensure user acceptability of IoT solutions in
farming and food sector by addressing user
needs, including security, privacy and trust
• Ensure the sustainability of IoT solutions
beyond the project by validating the related
business models and setting up an IoT
ecosystem for large scale uptake.
IOF2020 IN BRIEF
Start = January
(€30 million co-funded
under EU H2020
Optimizing cultivation and processing of wine by sensor-actuator networks and big data
analysis within a cloud framework
BIG WINE OPTIMIZATION
USE CASE CONCEPT
IOF2020 ECOSYSTEM & COLLABORATION SPACE
GENERIC APPROACH & STRUCTURE
WP2 Trials/Use cases: Knowledge & App development
Lean multi-actor approach
WP3 IoT Integration WP4 Business Support
WP5 Ecosystem Development
TECHNICAL / ARCHITECTURAL APPROACH
Use case IoT
Use case IoT
USE CASE REQUIREMENTS
QUESTIONS TO THE MNBS COMMUNITY
• Which MNBS sensors are available for measuring our
current Use Case parameters (c.f. previous slide)?
• Are there affordable and ready-to-use sensors available
to measure other important parameters for food and
JANUARY 1 2017
Food & Farming
TOWARDS TO THE IOF2020 ECOSYSTEM
NGOS & INTEREST
• Chambers of commerce
• Enterprises networks
• Farm equipment suppliers
• Food processing companies
• Consumers’ associations
COOPERATIVES CONSORTIUM PARTNERS
SOME OPTIONS FOR COLLABORATION
Catalogue of re-
joint or combined
JANUARY 1 2017
IoF2020 is funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union.
Grant Agreement no. 731884. Visit iof2020.eu for more information about the project.
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