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FOODIE project has entered in the last year of its schedule. This seventh issue covers the period from March 2016 to
June 2016 and gives evidence of the more mature technical results and progress in pilot sites. In addition, you are
provided with an overview of the upcoming events and a brief summary of the past events where the FOODIE Team
presented the project. We hope you find the information interesting!

FOODIE project has entered in the last year of its schedule. This seventh issue covers the period from March 2016 to
June 2016 and gives evidence of the more mature technical results and progress in pilot sites. In addition, you are
provided with an overview of the upcoming events and a brief summary of the past events where the FOODIE Team
presented the project. We hope you find the information interesting!

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  1. 1. contact@foodie-project.eu Issue 7 (June 2016) FOODIE Newsletter FOODIE Team'scorner Dear Members of FOODIE Community, FOODIE project has entered in the last year of its schedule. This seventh issue covers the period from March 2016 to June 2016 and gives evidence of the more mature technical results and progress in pilot sites. In addition, you are provided with an overview of the upcoming events and a brief summary of the past events where the FOODIE Team presented the project. We hope you find the information interesting! ABOUT FOODIE FOODIE project is a co-funded research project funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) by European Commission. FOODIE project aims at building an open and interoperable agricultural specialized platform hub on the cloud for the management of spatial and non-spatial agriculture related data from heterogeneous sources. FOODIE platform represents a new innovative solution for different user needs; FOODIE can provide a marketplace where data can be discovered and exchanged but also external companies can publish their own agricultural applications based on the data, services and applications. The objectives and achievements of the project have been demonstrated in three different pilot scenarios across Europe: Pilot 1: Precision Viticulture (Spain). Pilot 2: Open Data for Strategic and Tactical planning (Czech Republic). Pilot 3: Technology allows integration of logistics via service providers and farm management including traceability (Germany). PILOT EXECUTION PROGRESS Spanish Pilot The Spanish Pilot continues its development regarding the use of precision viticulture with the aid of the Information and communications technologies. The deployment of all agro-meteorological stations and their integration in the FOODIE platform is providing near-real time data about the agro-climatic conditions. It allows Terras Gauda taking full advantage of the dashboard developed in FOODIE for planning agricultural interventions based on the conditions of the vineyard. In addition, the dashboard provides indicators for health and hydric stress of the grapes which are obtained processing satellite imagery. It allows taking decisions about site-specific interventions such as fertilization or irrigation. The help of the mobile App is also remarkable for the work in the vineyard. It is easy to register geo-located annotations and issues and counts with a notification system for receiving alerts, for instance, regarding outbreaks of grapevine diseases. On the other hand, the harvesting season will arrive in a few months and early grape yield prediction is crucial. It allows winegrowers to make decisions concerning logistics and consider alternative grape providers in order to maintain the expected wine production. Yield prediction is also valuable as an indicator for the quality of the final product, managed by means of agricultural practices for controlling the vigor of the vines.
  2. 2. However, the procedure for the estimation of grape production is often a time-consuming method that requires counting the number of inflorescences or the number of bunches per vine and also requires to estimate the average weight of the bunches. In this regard, the Spanish pilot is working on the development of grape yield forecasting models based on machine learning algorithms, considering soil analysis, meteorological variables associated to phenological stages, satellite imagery, crop production and viticultural climatic indices. The experimental results show interesting conclusions about which development stages of the vineyard are more important for yield prediction and which other variables are relevant for this task. Czech pilot The recent development in the Czech pilot involved Telematics of Farm Machinery and estimation of Yield potential zones. During previous stages the development was focused mainly on analytical functions on the server side. In the first months of 2016 the first version of user interface making the functions accessible was introduced to end-user. During spring 2016 Wirelessinfo continued with improvement of the user interface and opening new features to end-user. Current development of new analytical features is aiming to interconnect information from Yield Potential Zones and Telematics of Farm Machinery.
  3. 3. The Telematics of Farm Machinery is strongly related to input side of farming while the Yield Potential Zones represents a part of output side. Analysis of this information together is a key step for the evaluation of cost efficiency. German Pilot The German pilot is devoted to demonstrate how to upgrade logistics with orthoimages and additionally LPIS (Land parcel Information System) data. LPIS data is collected from governmental organisations approved and signed by the farmers as owners of the data. (Ortho-)Images are crucial in rural areas taking into account that road-network does not exist and rural road in principle represents a working place that can be occupied by other farmers who have the right to work there. To close this existing gap PROGIS worked out together with Wirelessinfo a new model for it: they restructured the OSM (Open Street Map) to an OTM (Open Transport Map) that allows routing and PROGIS linked WinGIS to this map enabling a local responsible organization to digitize the road network and add attributive data like, width, tons, height etc. that are part of routing. Next step consists in integrating the cadastre data and install it on the FOODIE server to show that one server could manage all needs. PROGIS has also linked in tests the farm management-system DokuPlant and will make the embedded expert data set available on the FOODIE platform. This will allow communication of farmer´s contracts via the FOODIE server directly to the mobile device on the tractor or other agro machines. NEW FOODIE USE CASES! FOODIE project has three pilots being developed and tested in Spain, Germany and Czech Republic, and it also includes three smaller pilots (or use cases) in other countries: Poland, Turkey, Italy and Latvia. The aim of the Polish use case is the development and testing of a decision support system for plant diseases. The development and execution of the Polish use case is driven mainly by WODR, subcontracted by PSNC for FOODIE. The tests are being conducted in some of the farms that are part of the network of demonstration farms (around 100) built by WODR in the region. Sielinko is one of these demonstration farms where a fair was held to disseminate, inter alia, some of FOODIE results (Please click here to learn more!). The scope of the Turkish use case is to integrate geographical data with pasture/grasslands data collected by Department of Pasture and Forage. Testing activities comprises analysis of soil quality and ingredients (rehabilitation of pastures), detection and comparison of pasture boundaries (determination of boundaries) analysis of forage on pastures (prediction of meat production cost). The Italian use case is focused on general land description and agricultural datasets for Alpine farms: general planning, orthophotos, cadaster, general technical maps, protected areas, forest distribution and types, crops, rural roads, aqueducts, geology, ecosystems, etc. Next steps consist in evaluating GPS sensors traceability on summer high mountain cows pasture. The Latvian use case is addressed on precision farming and horticulture. Since the arable farming plays a crucial role in the national economy, there is a huge potential for extension of PA services, which are now on very low level. The target is mainly the horticulture (for example cranberries production or vegetation in greenhouses). During the next period, the use case will focus on agro-meteorological monitoring, farm telemetry and yield potential. FOODIE OUTREACH FOODIE at Baltic Open (Geo) Data Hackathon 2016 16 March 2016 – 18 March 2016 Riga, Latvia. The importance of open data and open geodata is increasing. But the potential of open (geo) data has not been fully exploited. This is true in most parts of Europe including the Baltic Region. Similar conditions relate also to the software tools helping to collect, manipulate and publish such data. There is a need to address these challenges and where possible to improve this situation. For this reason, the Baltic Open (Geo) Data Hackathon was organised. A hackathon is very often understood as some exercises of programmers or data specialists. The Baltic Open Data Hackathon extended this approach by inviting also end users. The applicatio Esti atio of Crop Yield Pote tial was selected by Baltic Open Data Hackathon jury as one of the three winning applications.
  4. 4. FOODIE at the EGU General Assembly 2016 21 April 2016, Vienna, Austria. The EGU General Assembly 2016 was a great success with 4,863 oral, 10,320 poster, and 947 PICO presentations. 619 unique scientific sessions together with 321 side events created an interesting programme. At the conference 13,650 scientists from 109 countries participated, of which 25% were students and 53% early career scientists (under the age of 35 years), 15,000 copies of EGU Today distributed, keen media presence and reporting, and thousands of visits to the webstreams as well as to the EGU blog GeoLog. FOODIE project was presented by Tomas Reznik from Wirelessinfo at the Poster section with an oral demonstration. FOODIE at 'the Future of Farming Smart Agriculture i a co petiti e orld’ 28 April 2016, Brussels, Belgium. The event pointed out the current and future situation of the agricultural sector. Philip Hogan, the EU Commissioner of Agriculture and Rural Development discussed together with a panel of experts from NGO, public and private sector about new technologies and methods in agri-food sector to boost productivity and to increase profit. The focus of the discussion was the need of sharing more data and best practices in order to develop a new innovative agriculture. FOODIE at the Joined Capigi-ICT-Agri ERANET workshop 25 May 2016 Rotterdam, Netherlands. The FOODIE representatives demonstrated use cases, Telematics of Farm Machinery and Estimation of Yield potential zones, where availability of agricultural open data contributes to evaluation and improvement of cost efficiency of farming. FOODIE at CAPSELLA Project Workshop 30-31 May 2016 Volterra, Pisa, Italy. It was the optimal floor where farmers, networks, stakeholders, ICT and data experts could give the voice to their experience and opinions about data sharing, ICT developments and management of both organic and conventional agriculture in EU. FOODIE representatives, by presenting the functionalities of the platform, raised awareness on the benefits of using ICTs in farm management. The cornerstone of the discussion was how open spatial and non-spatial data can support sustainable agro-ecological farming. FOODIE at the EMPHASIS workshop 1 June 2016, Brussels, Belgium. The workshop was organized by EMPHASIS (H2020-SFS-03a-2014) project. The event dealt with future investment in agriculture and IPM (Integrated Pest Management) strategies. During the event roundtables were held to discuss about real-life scenarios related to the adoption of new technologies and optimal management of resources, FOODIE platform was presented as the platform in EU that will help farmers all over Europe to share knowledge and open data. FOODIE at the XXIII Wielkopolska Agricultural Advisory Center (WODR) regional agricultural fair 4-5 June 2016, Sielinko, Poland. During this regional fair organized by the Wielkopolska Agricultural Advisory Center (WODR) in Sielinko farm and exhibition center, PSNC shared a stand with WODR team working on the decision support system. In the stand PSNC had information about FOODIE project, and also provided information about FOODIE marketplace, which is being developed by PSNC. The marketplace aims at providing a virtual space to connect consumers and producers of agricultural data and applications. As part of the fair, there were also some other stands showing different technologies, machinery and materials used in agriculture and livestock. FOODIE at the AgriFuture Days 2016 22 – 24 June 2016, Villach, Austria. The conference was organised by the Club of Ossiach. The event dealt with ICT in agriculture. During the event roundtables were held to discuss about technology integration, stakeholders cooperation and education. FOODIE was presented by Wirelessinfo with the topic FOODIE Farm-orie ted ope data i Europe .
  5. 5. UPCOMING EVENTS FOODIE Team will be presenting the project at the following events:  12-19 July 2016 Prague, Czech Republic, FOODIE at Conference ISPRS 2016  13-15 July 2016 Patras, Greece, FOODIE participation in MEDHACKATHON  31 July 2016 – 3 August 2016 St. Louis, Missouri, USA, FOODIE at the 13th ICPA conference  16 September 2016 Berlin, Germany, FOODIE at ENVIROINFO 2016  26 – 30 September 2016 Barcelona, Spain, FOODIE at INSPIRE Conference  3 - 6 October 2016, Pilsen, Czech Republic, ISAF 2016 PUBLIC DELIVERABLES Check the FOODIE repository out which gathers all the project public deliverables. To learn more, please click the following link: http://www.foodie-project.eu/downloads.php?idc=5 Join FOODIE on Twitter, Facebook, slideshare and LinkedIn and share your comments and opinions with us! Lear a out the proje t’s goal, its a kgrou d a d its strategy a d dow load the FOODIE Flyer i : English Spanish German Italian Polish Czech Turkish Latvian Portuguese French Please disseminate this newsletter amongst your potentially interested colleagues and networks. This project is partially funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme by the European Commission under grant agreement no. 621074 If you do not want to receive this newsletter from FOODIE project in the future, please unsubscribe writing to contact@foodie-project.eu
  6. 6. Miguel Ángel Esbrí (Responsable de Projet) Atos Spain,S.A. C/ Albarracín,25 - 28037 Madrid (Espagne) Email:miguel.esbri@atos.net contact@foodie-project.eu “Cette publication reflète les vues de l’auteur uniquement et l’Union eu- ropéenne ne peut être tenue responsable de l’utilisation qui pourrait être faite des informations contenues dans celle-ci.” www.foodie-project.eu www.man.poznan.pl www.tdf.lv www.consorziobimpiave.bl.itwww.enco-consulting.it www.mjm.cz www.progis.com www.netcad.com www.wirelessinfo.cz www.atos.net www.terrasgauda.com DEFI Le secteur agricole est un secteur stratégiquement unique, qui devrait idéalement être formé par un réseau de parties intéressées interagissant entre elles. En réalisant leurs activités, ces parties intéressées doivent gérer plusieurs sources d’information hétérogènes, comme: définition de politiques ; évaluation de performances environnementales ; développement de l’agriculture soutenable, collecte de culture,et définition du timing et de la politique tarifaire ; détection des épidémies. Dans ce contexte,la connaissance des systèmes de gestion de l’agriculture ne devrait pas seulement supporter la rentabilité directe de l’agriculture ou la protection de l’environnement, mais elle devrait aussi combiner et coordonner les efforts et les comportements de l’industrie agroalimentaire, des consommateurs, des administrations publics et de la communauté des parties intéressées. Ce projet a été partiellement soutenu par le Programme d’appui stratégique en matière de technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC),en tant que partie du programme-cadre pour la compétitivité et l’innovation de la Commission européenne,sous la convention de subvention n° 621074.
  7. 7. OBJECTIFS ASPECTS INNOVANTS DESCRIPTION DES PILOTES Le projet FOODIE vise à : construire une plateforme sur cloud, ouverte et interopérable, spécialisée dans le secteur agricole, dédiée à la gestion de données spatiales et de celles qui ne le sont pas,à partir de sources hétérogènes; intégrer ensembles ouverts de données européennes, existantes et de valeur,liés à l’agriculture; connecter la publication de données aux données provenant de sources extérieures sur l’agriculture, à travers d’une interface de programmation applicative (API); fournir applications et services spécifiques et à forte rentabilité pour soutenir la planification des procès décisionnels des différents groups de parties intéressées; assurer un marché où les données puissent être identifiées et échangées,et les entreprises extérieures puissent publier leurs propres application agricoles basées sur les données, les services et les applications fournis par FOODIE. Le projet FOODIE présente plusieurs aspects innovants: Déploiement en cloud de services basiques et standardisés, diminuant ainsi non seulement les coûts de déploiement, mais aussi ceux de production et d’entretien. Traçabilité et cumulabilité faciles des services; Paiement à la consommation (« pay-as-you-go »); Mécanismes de récompenses pour le partage de données; Retour sur investissement (ROI) clair pour l’utilisateur final; Interfaces multi-appareils/multiplateformes/ multi- usages. Les idées et les objectifs de FOODIE seront réalisés grâce aux services résultant de la plateforme, qui seront démontrés danstroisdifférentspilotesàtraversl’Europe,établissantpour chacun un ensemble de prérequis communs et spécifiques : Pilote 1: Précision Viticulture (Espagne) focalisée sur la gestion appropriée de la variabilité intrinsèque des cultures Pilote 2: Données ouvertes pour la préparation stratégique et tactique (République Tchèque) se focalisera sur l’amélioration de la gestion future des sociétés agricoles (fermes) en introduisant de nouveaux outils et méthodes de gestion Pilote 3: Technologie pour l’intégration de la logistique à travers fournisseurs d’accès internet et gestion des fermes, y compris la traçabilité (Allemagne). Ce pilote ne se focalisera pas seulement sur l’intégration des systèmes coopératifs de machines agricoles avec la gestion des fermes existantes, mais aussi sur le développement et l’élargissement de la coopération existante et du modèle d’entreprise avec les différents partenaires de la chaîne.
  8. 8. Miguel Ángel Esbrí (projekta koordinātors) Atos Spain, S.A. C/ Albarracín, 25 - 28037 Madride (Spānija) E-pasts: miguel.esbri@atos.net contact@foodie-project.eu “Š s brošūras saturs pauž tikai tās autoru uzskatus un Eiropas Sa- vien ba nav atbild ga par jebkuru šeit ietvertās informācijas izman- tošanu” www.foodie-project.eu www.man.poznan.pl www.tdf.lv www.consorziobimpiave.bl.itwww.enco-consulting.it www.mjm.cz www.progis.com www.netcad.com www.wirelessinfo.cz www.atos.net www.terrasgauda.com IZAICIN JUMS Lauksaimniec ba ir stratēģiski unikāla nozare, kurai ideālā gad jumā būtu jāveidojas no savstarpēji mijiedarbojošos organizāciju t kla. stenojot savas aktivitātes, šādiem nozares dal bniekiem jāpārvalda daudz dažādu un daudzveid gu informācijas avotu, kā piemēram: politiku deinēšana, ekoloģisko rād tāju vērtēšana, ilgtspēj gas lauksaimniec bas att st ba, ražas datu uzskaite, laika plānošana un cenu politika, slim bu un kaitēkļu paredzēšana un kontrole. Šajā kontekstā nākotnes lauksaimniec bas zināšanu pārvald bas sistēmām ne tikai jāspēj atbalst t lauksaimniec bas rentabilitāte vai vides aizsardz ba, bet ar jāspēj kombinēt un koordinēt ieguld jumus un mijiedarb bu starp agrorūpniecisko kompleksu, pār- tikas ražotāju, patērētāju un publiskās pārvaldes un plašākām lietotāju grupām. Šis projekts tiek l dzinansēts Eiropas Savien bas ICT Politikas Atbalsta Programmas (ICT PSP) ietvaros, kā daļa no Konkurētspējas un inovāciju ietvarprogrammas granta l guma Nr.621074
  9. 9. M R I INOVAT VIE ASPEKTI PILOTPROJEKTUAPRAKSTS FOODIE projekta uzst d tie m r i: • izveidot atvērtu un sadarbspēj gu specializētu platformas centrmezglu lauksaimniec bai, kas būtu bāzēts uz mākoņskaitļošanas principiem un domāts neviendab gu telpisko un netelpisko ar lauksaimniec bu saist to datu pārvald bai; • integrēt esošās vērt gās atvērto datu kopas Eiropā, kas saist tas ar lauksaimniec bu; • sasaist t datu publicēšanu ar ārējiem lauksaim- niec bas datu avotiem, izmantojot speciisku Aplikāciju programmēšanas interfeisu (Application Programming Interface – API); • nodrošināt speciiskas augstvērt gas lietotājprogram- mas un pakalpojumus, lai atbalst tu lēmumu pieņemšanas procesus plānošanā dažādu ieinteresēto lietotājgrupu starpā; • nodrošināt apmaiņas vietu, kur dati var tikt glabāti, atklāti, piedāvāti un main ti, kur ārējās organizācijas var publicēt viņu pašu lauksaimniec bas lietotājpro- grammas, kas būtu balst tas uz datiem, pakalpojumiem un aplikācijām, kas izstrādātas FOODIE projektā. FOODIE projekts pied v vair kus inovat vus aspektus: • standartizētu pakalpojumu un risinājumu izvie- tošanu datu mākon , samazinot ne tikai izvietoša- nas izmaksas, bet ar sagatavošanas un uzturēšanas izmaksas; • vieglu atpaz stam bu un savietojam bu mākoņskaitošanas pakalpojumiem; • “maksā pēc patērētā” paradigmu; • atl dz bas mehānismu par dal šanos ar datiem; • skaidru invest ciju atdevi (Clear Return of Invest- ment – ROI) gala lietotājiem; • daudzveid gu ier ču/daudzplatformu/daudzfunkciju lietotāja saskarnes risinājumu. FOODIE koncepts un mērķi tiks stenoti ar pakalpojumu platformas centrmezgla l dzekļiem, kas tiks demonstrēti trijos dažādos pilotscenārijos dažādās Eiropas vietās, tādā veidā nodrošinot katrā no tiem kop gu un speciisku pras bu komplektu: 1.pilotprojekts: Prec zā V nkop ba (Spānija) fokusē- sies uz piemērotu pārvald bas sistēmu main gu ražu ap- stākļos; 2.pilotprojekts: Atvērtie dati stratēģiskai un taktiskai plānošanai (Čehija) – pilotprojekta fokuss būs uz lauku saimniec bu (fermu) nākotnes pārvald bas modeļu ie- viešanu, izmantojot jaunus r kus un menedžmenta me- todes; 3.pilotprojekts: Tehnoloģiski nodrošināta loģistikas risinājumu integrācija ar pakalpojumu piegādātājiem un lauku saimniec bu pārvald bas izsekojam ba (Vācija). Šis pilotprojekts koncentrēsies uz vācu lauksaimniec bas maš nu kooperācijas sistēmu integrēšanu esošajā fer- mu pārvald bas un loģistikas sistēmā, kā ar att st s un paplašinās esošos kooperācijas un biznesa mo- deļus ar dažādu ražošanas ķēdes partneru iesaisti.

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