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FOODIE Project Expo 2015

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FOODIE Project Expo 2015

  1. 1. Introduction to the FOODIE Project, its scope and activities, first results achieved. FOODIE Event – EXPO Milano 2015 (Milan, 05 October 2015) Simona Mincione, ENCO w w w . f o o d i e - p r o j e c t . e u Grant agreement no: 621074 CIP-ICT-PSP-2013-7 Pilot Type B
  2. 2. 2www.foodie-project.eu Contents 1. Project ID 2. Setting the Scene 3. FOODIE Objectives 4. FOODIE Benefits 5. FOODIE service Platform Hub and Users
  3. 3. 3www.foodie-project.eu  FOODIE (Farm-Oriented Open Data in Europe) is a co-funded research project within the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) programme of the EU's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7).  The project is dedicated to the use and promotion of open data for agricultural applications.  Total cost: € 5,921,971.00  EU contribution: € 2,960,985.00  Execution: from 01/03/2014 to 28/02/2017  Duration: 36 months 1. Project ID
  4. 4. 4www.foodie-project.eu  FOODIE aims at enabling in an easy manner the (re)use of open data in the agricultural domain in order to create new applications that provide added value to different stakeholder groups.  FOODIE focuses on agricultural applications exemplified by three main application pilots: • 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) 1. Project ID
  5. 5. 5www.foodie-project.eu  The FOODIE consortium: 12 organisations from 7 countries. • Industrial partners: ATOS (Spain), SERESCO (Spain) • Academia & Research: WIRELESSINFO (Czech Republic), CTIC (Spain), PSNC (Poland), TDF (Latvia) • SMEs and End users: PROGIS (Austria), MJM LITOVEL (Czech Republic), BODEGAS TERRAS GAUDA (Spain), NETCAD (Turkey), ENCO (Italy), CONSORZIO BIM (Italy) 1. Project ID
  6. 6. 6www.foodie-project.eu  Italian Company / Founded in 1987  Offices in Naples, Brussels, Rio de Janeiro  Mission: consultancy and business development  Wide Experience in EU funded Projects  Specialised in communication and dissemination strategies as well as in business and exploitation planning.  Main areas: environmental management, agro-food sector, logistics, waste, biofuels  Project Coordinator of the H2020-WASTE 4C-2014 Project SMART GROUND  Project Partner in the H2020-LCE-11-2015 Project WASTE2FUELS  Roles in the FOODIE Project  Leader of the task 6.2– Dissemination  Participation in the exploitation, business modelling, sustainability & transferability tasks  Participation in training task: development of training contents related to Market Analysis and Agrometeorological information 1. Project ID - ENCO
  7. 7. 7www.foodie-project.eu  Building an open and interoperable agricultural specialized platform hub on the cloud  for the management of spatial and non-spatial data relevant for farming production  for discovery of spatial and non-spatial agriculture related data from heterogeneous sources  integration of existing and valuable European open datasets related to agriculture  data publication and data linking of external agriculture data sources contributed by different public and private stakeholders  allowing to provide specific and high-value applications and services for the support in the planning and decision-making processes of different stakeholders groups related to the agricultural and environmental domains. 2. FOODIE Objectives
  8. 8. 8www.foodie-project.eu What challenges does agriculture face today? 3. Setting the scene To assure a safety and sustainable supply Keep costs under control Increased regulation to limit the environmental impact Biodiversity Erosion, desertification, chemical pollution and water shortages In this context information and communication technologies (ICT) can serve as a way to help farmers make informed decisions and maximise yields from their resources. FOODIE will provide agri-food stakeholders with a cloud-based platform offering agricultural services based on open data.
  9. 9. 9www.foodie-project.eu 3. Setting the scene  Agriculture requires collection, storage, sharing and analysis of large quantities of spatially and non-spatially referenced data.  Necessary information is not always available or easily accessible. Farmers need to use different tools to manage monitoring and data acquisition on‐line in the field. They need to analyse information related to subsidies, and to communicate with tax offices, product resellers etc.  Modern agriculture has a major impact on the environment while damaging biodiversity. Unless they are sustainably managed, farms and pastures can cause erosion, desertification, chemical pollution and water shortages. These risks need to be monitored and managed.
  10. 10. 10www.foodie-project.eu 3. Setting the scene Current situation
  11. 11. 11www.foodie-project.eu 3. Setting the scene Future situation
  12. 12. 12www.foodie-project.eu  Macroeconomic benefits:  Increased value of the farmers land  Increased value for the entire country  Fundament for local carbon management and funding  Better living standards  More sustainable agriculture  Investors benefit due to better information  Cooperation between farmers and scientists  Banks and insurance will be integrated  Seeds-, fertilizer-, and food-chain integration  Drives to an eco-social market economy 4. FOODIE Benefits
  13. 13. 13www.foodie-project.eu  Microeconomic benefits:  Precise size and location of fields  Planning, documentation and traceability  Nutrient- and carbon balance  Cost calculation  Integrate local know how  Logistics – planning for the entire chain  Meteorology data for better decisions  Soil moisture data for better decisions  Reduced risks due to better integral planning  Farmers integration in environmental caretaking 4. FOODIE Benefits
  14. 14. 14www.foodie-project.eu  FOODIE as a SERVICE: • The platform will be used by advisors as their advisory service tool. • For farmers it will offer a simple data entry tool to do business calculations, nutrient balance, carbon balances or build up new services with labs in background that support soil data, manure data, feed data and disseminate the worked out datasets via the FOODIE platform. • European Union Policy Context: harmonization, interoperability and data management and sharing is a key enabler for EU environmental and agricultural policies and activities. • Guarantee seamless access to different groups of stakeholders to different observation technologies and different data. 4. FOODIE Benefits
  15. 15. 15www.foodie-project.eu 5. FOODIE service platform hub and users Different groups of users will use FOODIE service platform hub in different ways:  Farmers will use final applications based on FOODIE services. Thus, standard usage will be to use FOODIE platform on the base of SaaS model  Public sector will be able to access relevant information from their application through standardised interfaces (OGC services, API)  Researchers will be able to access relevant information from their application trough standardised interfaces (OGC services, API) or use directly analytical tools on FOODIE platform  ICT developers will access information in repositories by possible ways: • Using FOODIE services and APIs to develop new applications and directly deploy them on FOODIE infrastructure • Using FOODIE APIs to integrate their external infrastructure with FOODIE service platform
  16. 16. 16www.foodie-project.eu  One platform for all the most common tasks • Production planning • Production monitoring, alerting and analyses • Subsidies management • Environmental burden monitoring  Ownership of farmer’s data • Farmer’s data are private and sensitive data • Remains farmer’s property  Modularity • Customizable and scalable platform 5. FOODIE service platform hub and users
  17. 17. 17www.foodie-project.eu  Control panel  Facilitates the addition, removal an configuration of widgets  Expansible panel with widget configuration options  Interconnected widgets 5. FOODIE service platform hub and users
  18. 18. 18www.foodie-project.eu 5. FOODIE service platform hub and users
  19. 19. 19www.foodie-project.eu 5. FOODIE service platform hub and users Treatment attribute Value Intervention type Herbicide application Status ongoing Intervention start 2015-04-22 Supervisor Mr. Parker, senior manager, phone +32 Treatment quantity 70 litres Application width 25 meters Form of treatment Application machine Product xxx … …
  20. 20. 20www.foodie-project.eu 5. FOODIE service platform hub and users
  21. 21. 21www.foodie-project.eu  Macro level, which includes management of external information (for example about market, subsidies system, weather prediction, global market and traceability systems);  Farm level, which includes for example economical systems, crop rotation, decision supporting system;  Field (micro) level including precision farming, collection of information about traceability and in the future also robotics. Knowledge management = three interrelated levels: 5. FOODIE service platform hub and users
  22. 22. 22www.foodie-project.eu Strategic Decision Tactical Decision Operational Decision Synergy between information flow and decision level 5. FOODIE service platform hub and users
  23. 23. 23www.foodie-project.eu  Cloud deploying of basic and standardized services , allowing  Decreasing not only deploying costs but also production and maintenance costs.  Making easier integration and realize the vision of a “network of data-hubs”, sharing data and services to provide a new data exploitation ecosystem where data is enriched by composition.  Easily discoverability and composability of services  Data and services deployed and published by FOODIE - based on common and widely used standards - will be publicly available enabling thus the discovery by end users/third party companies and reuse of them stand-alone or by composition with other services to provide a richer or a particular solution.  “Pay as you go” paradigm  Services or data published by FOODIE can be free or non- free.  For instance, FOODIE will provide for free a global agriculture sector balanced scorecard and a non-free repository where key indicators for the agriculture sector may be obtained and combined by all stakeholders to make their own balanced scorecard.  This paradigm will enable third parties as for instance consultancy companies to sell consultancy services (reports, etc.) on top of FOODIE information. 6. Innovative aspects
  24. 24. 24www.foodie-project.eu  Reward mechanisms for data sharing  FOODIE will promote participation of stakeholders and end users (high value data owners) in terms of “the more information you provide to the hub, the more data and services for free you will enjoy”.  Clear Return of Investment (ROI) for the end user  Reduction of costs are a strategic pillar of most SMEs but also large number of companies in the agricultural domain.  For instance, FOODIE services will include a simulator which calculates, asking a few questions about a crop, reduction of costs by rationalizing the use of fertilizers, water, energy, etc. thus quickly amortizing the cost of the service.  Multi-device/multiplatform/multipurpose front-ends  FOODIE will include mechanisms allowing users to exploit information and services by means of graphical and intuitive interfaces. 6. Innovative aspects
  25. 25. w w w . f o o d i e - p r o j e c t . e u Grant agreement no: 621074 CIP-ICT-PSP-2013-7 Pilot Type BFOODIE Event – EXPO Milano 2015 (Milan, 05 October 2015) The FOODIE Spanish Pilot Simona Mincione, ENCO Content by Ismael Suárez Cerezo, SERESCO
  26. 26. 26www.foodie-project.eu Contents 1. Objectives & Means 2. Location, Team & Tasks 3. Stakeholders 4. Status and Execution Progress 5. Status & Future
  27. 27. 27www.foodie-project.eu  Precision Viticulture (PV) – An important concept on the wine- growing sector worldwide.  The main objectives are:  The appropriate management of the inherent variability of crops  An increase in economic benefits  A reduction of environmental impact  Main strategies, which provide significant benefits:  Variable-rate application (VRA) of inputs  Selective harvesting at parcel level  Crucial aspects for vineyards:  Differentiation of grape qualities at harvest time  Yield prediction  Prevention of pests – by algorithms Spanish Pilot – Objectives
  28. 28. 28www.foodie-project.eu  The zoning of the parcels will allow us to deepen the understanding of the spatial variability, the differences between parcels and their qualitative possibilities.  The plant vigour analysis by vegetation indices, the surface reflectance acquired by satellite and the deployment of a network of sensors, will provide crucial data for proper vineyard management such as the nutritional status and climatic conditions, which would help to optimize tasks such as phytosanitary treatments or nutrient supply needed for each parcel. Spanish Pilot – Means
  29. 29. 29www.foodie-project.eu • Spatial variability  Refers to the identification and measuring of variables, such as land features or general topography, moisture levels present in the soil, soil nutrient levels - including nitrogen, potassium, and magnesium, as well as soil pH levels, crop yields, and more. • Site-specific treatments  The application of different rates of seed, fertilizer, or agrochemicals to soil or plants in different parts of a field, according to need. Spanish Pilot – Means
  30. 30. 30www.foodie-project.eu  The pilot is taking place in Spain, in the region of Galicia, where Terras Gauda, a vine producer, has 160 ha. (roughly 400 acres). The total extension being part of the project will amount 150 acres. Spanish Pilot – Location
  31. 31. 31www.foodie-project.eu Spanish Company / Founded in 1969 / Over 500 employees  Offices in Madrid, Barcelona, Asturias, Galicia, Portugal, Ecuador, Costa Rica  Mission: consultancy and development of software solutions and provision of services in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)  Wide Experience in the Agricultural Sector  Integrated Management System for the Ministry of Rural Environment of the Xunta de Galicia  WebPAC and EEOP, web applications that manage subsidies related to the rural environment (FEAGA and FEADER aids)  Application for livestock health control for the Ministry of Rural Environment of the Principality of Asturias and Castile-Leon  Roles in the Project  Leader of the WP5 – Pilots’ Preparation, Execution and Evaluation  Technical developments in the Spanish Pilot  Participation in technical tasks: platform specification, services integration, data analysis, dissemination and exploitation activities Spanish Pilot – SERESCO
  32. 32. 32www.foodie-project.eu  Spanish Company / Founded in 1990  Location in Galicia  Mission: production of white vines with native varieties, number one in volume in the Protected Designation of Origin ”Rias Baixas”.  Currently sells 1.5 million bottles of wine annually in over 50 national and international markets on the five continents  Expertise and Research  ISO 9001 quality certification for the cultivation and harvesting activities of vineyards  An experienced research team that has obtained three patents related to different wines.  Roles in the Project  Provision of 60 hectares of vineyards for the Spanish Pilot  Definition of requirements, design of management zones, analysis of results, and oenological expertise for the Spanish Pilot Spanish Pilot – Terras Gauda
  33. 33. 33www.foodie-project.eu Spanish Pilot Team – SERESCO & Terras Gauda Spanish Pilot – The Team Antonio Cristina Rodolfo Emilio Ismael
  34. 34. 34www.foodie-project.eu  Terras Gauda vineyards & Emilio inspecting the grapes Spanish Pilot – The Team
  35. 35. 35www.foodie-project.eu 1) Initial zoning of the parcels, based on known geo-climatic and topographical information. 2) Selection, installation and management of sensors and monitors, VRA equipment and machinery. 3) Quantification and evaluation of within-field variability. 4) Measures of final grape production and wine quality, depending on the initial zoning. 5) Zoning review in accordance with the results. Spanish Pilot – Tasks
  36. 36. 36www.foodie-project.eu  Sensors installation in Terras Gauda’s Vineyards Installation and geo-positioning of the weather station (including rain and wind speed sensors) Spanish Pilot – Execution Progress
  37. 37. 37www.foodie-project.eu  Installation of one of the motes including the following sensors: • Temperature of the air • Humidity of the air • Temperature in the foliage • Moisture on foliage • Leaf wetness • Soil temperature Spanish Pilot – Execution Progress
  38. 38. 38www.foodie-project.eu  Situation of these sensors in the plots Spanish Pilot – Execution Progress
  39. 39. 39www.foodie-project.eu Spanish Pilot – Mobile App
  40. 40. 40www.foodie-project.eu Spanish Pilot – Mobile App
  41. 41. 41www.foodie-project.eu Status: Requirements analysis completed Sensor and weather stations in operation Beginning of database population Registration and visual representation of information Future Developments: Completion of the user interface End-Users Trainning Evaluation and recommendations for the vineyards Spanish Pilot – Status & Future
  42. 42. 42www.foodie-project.eu www.foodie-project.eu Contacts contact@foodie-project.eu @FOODIE_Project FOODIE Project Open Agriculture Data Working Group - FOODIE Simona Mincione Enco srl
  43. 43. Partners www.foodie-project.eu 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