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GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut
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GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut

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  • 1. IBP Future
  • 2. IBP Future The Integrated Breeding Platform will survive GCP
  • 3. IBP Users  Primary target:  NARS partners wanting to enhance the effectiveness of their breeding programmes by integrating molecular methods  All interested CGIAR breeding programmes and networks  SMEs working in developing countries, without the in- house capacity to build a breeding workflow system  Secondary target:  Basically anyone running breeding activities  Both the public and the private sectors
  • 4. The IBWS – Product Concept  IBWS = Integrated Breeding Workflow System  Simple and easy-to-use application containing all informatics tools needed by a breeder  Seamless flow of data between applications  Targets routine breeding activities and will not replace research tools (association mapping, etc.)  Develop a simple intuitive user interface based on breeding workflows  Implementable as a standalone system  Access central and local DB, as well as the IBWS on a local PC  Will also be implementable through the internet via iPlant cyber-infrastructure  For computationally intensive analyses or large data storage needs
  • 5. GIS Centralized Crop DB (CGIAR) Crop Ontology Crop info Local Pheno DB Breeding Services Geno/Pheno Genotyping DB IBWS Predictive markers Crop Simple traits Atlas Capacity Building Elearning Communities of Practice Social Network Forum Problem solving Professional and Technical Support Service: Central team and Regional Hubs Protocols Access to Germplasm and Genetic resources IBP Core business Manuals Tutorials DM good practice policy DB Breeding information Services Info/Knowledge Courses IBP: Components and Products
  • 6. The Promotion and implementation Plan June–December 2013 (testing version):  Limited promotion  GCP/CG circle, by word of mouth, by chance (Google), etc  Establishment of the first Regional Hubs  Development of the e-learning platform & support documents  Link with Universities and academic institutions January–December 2014 (broadly tested version):  More active promotion through proactive communication  Consolidation of the Regional hubs  Implementation of the decentralised CB workplan  Online, Universities, hubs, etc  Establishment of the commercial team January 2015: Full-speed promotion and implementation (commercial version)
  • 7. The Support Services Considering the nature of IBP and the very diverse potential users of the IBWS, it is critical to provide a top-quality support services to ensure sustainable adoption  Professional Support to be provided in three ways:  Client-oriented breeding support primarily targeting developing- country breeders  Capacity building support to provide professional and comprehensive training in orientation to, and using, the tools  Interaction with peers through social networks and CoPs  Technical Support to be provided at two levels to all users:  Level 1: installation technical support  To overcome any difficulties in downloading, installing and getting started with the IBWS and related tools  Level 2: operational technical support  for users that might encounter problems in day-to-day use of the IBWS and related tools
  • 8. Central Support Team: Managers plus ad hoc specialists Promotion and commercialisation Team Users from Tier 2 C&S America African Asia (Europe, North America) DB/DM IBWS CB Breeding Coordinate and facilitate access to IBP tools and services User Feedback to influence IBWS development and implementation
  • 9. Mission Priority SocialNetwork CoPs IBWS + Tech Support Courses Crop Support Commercial Priority IBWS Customizatio n Professional Support Free for Committed users from the public sector Charged for users from the private sector Introduction/Functionalities Field Management Data Management Phenotyping Breeding Price for private sector will be scalable in 4 dimensions: ♦ Economic: level of net income ♦ Activities: Usage of the different IBWS components ♦ Diversity: number of crops ♦ Size number of people User Tiers, Pricing and Packaging
  • 10. Committed user: What does it mean? Institutions accessing the IBWS under a free licence will make an institutional commitment to: ♦ Implement IBWS in their own breeding programme(s) ♦ Provide user feedback for IBP product and service improvement ♦ Contribute to IBP CB activities in the region ♦ Availability for promotional activities and endorsement ♦ Each hub to share its network (public and private) ♦ Agree to host an IBP regional hub (not mandatory) In case of no compliance to the above requirements, the free licence will be cancelled
  • 11. The Workplan (proposal phase II) Phase II will build on five major activities: ♦ Maintenance and improvement of the IBWS and the portal (must have) ♦ Development of new functionalities for the IBWS and database improvement (good to have) ♦ Implementation of support services (must have) ♦ Proactive capacity building programme (good to have) ♦ Promotion and awareness (must have)
  • 12. The potential users We will focus our effort on having the buy-in at Institutional level rather than individual level
  • 13. The way forward: Next steps for IBP phase II implementation: ♦ Need to push for the GF proposal ♦ Need to define a host agent for the IBP Phase II initiative ♦ Need to define a governance structure ♦ Need to find additional money
  • 14. In designing Phase II: Bear in mind…  The importance of the GCP legacy  Build on existing and true partnerships  Keep the doers on board (ownership), same for SiMAC  Apply broad range of lessons learnt  Do not underestimate the human component  The community of practice (At all levels, including the private sector)  Why IBP is unique – its comparative advantage  The enthusiasm and dedication of the (early) user will make a difference  The networking element: key for the support services  Be agile and flexible to adjust  Request in-kind contribution from host Institute  This is not just a business  The R4D component remains at the heart of this Initiative It should be a win-win situation with clear added value for every actor
  • 15. THANK YOU

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