FUTURE FARM Recommendations for adaptive knowledge management Karel Charvat, Pavel Gnip, Karel Charvat jr. CCSS – Praha – May 12th, 2010 ( Using contributions of all Future Farm team ) Workshop 3.1 - Introductory Statements14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 1 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
[ http://www.FUTUREFARM.eu ]14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 2 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
Synergy between information flow and decision level14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 3 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
Planning and control decisions Arable farming Strategic Tactical Operational Execution Evaluation planning planning planning Planned Operational Handling ExecuteAcquire rules operations crop planning tasks tasksfor standard formulate jobs formulate required control compare Revision of jobs operations task actual task formulate select against task formulation Task formulation tasks task planned task in in terms of route terms of instructions formulate operations control for planning and tasks urgency operation modify inspect compare with vehicle/implement task task rules task scheduling modify operations control tasks specifications device Adapted from Sørensen (2007) and Goense & Hofstee (1994)14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 4 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
Current situation14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 5 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
System boundaries14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 6 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
Possible way, for collection of external or macro information is social networking “Informal” environment (IE) Colleagues Family Farmer union … Community Management Neighbours firms … Market Consultants Friends Communication Agri. policy Cooperation Farmer Personal Farm attributes: characteristics: - Education - Farm size - Experience - Crops - Age.. - Soils..14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 7 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
• Model of a farm portal, integrating the needs of farmers • 1. Structured and standardized information for the daily need • GIS, farm management, logistics,, precision farming, virtual farming • standardiseable farm expert data (machines and their costs/benefits, fertilizer and their content, herbicides and their active substances, energy and CO2 output, crops and varieties and methods describing in a standardised manner all activities during a crop-periode) • 2. Structured information on demand • „AGRO-WIKI“ – a Wiki-like agro-database filled by national or international experts (part of it might be WP4 of EC Future Farm project – „Knowledge management“) that is linked to a FMM system and • pop up windows during standard work and showing specific news • 3. Marketing and communication tools for farmers towards their customers and chain partners as well as public authorities • 4. Trust centre that allows farmers to document their work and allows worldwide selected access14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 8 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
• Needs of farmers:• all farmer`s partner have needs: • farmers, ministries, chain partners, advisory services, science etc., but • a farm portal MUST take care at the neeeds of FARMERS • a farm portal must represent the holistic approach of farming • a farm portal must represent agriculture, forestry, environment, risk • a farm portal must integrate chain partners • a farm portal must be driven be farmers / farmers representatives • a chain partners portal is not a farm portal, it represents the partners interest • a Ministry portal is not a farmers portal, it represents the Ministries interest • a farmers portal must have access rights for farmers and visitors • access rights must be based on legal and/or bilateral agreements and • take care on one ICT principle of highest importance: Enter data only once! • and accept the rule: The farmer is the owner of the data! 14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 9 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
Farmers work includes:• management of subsidy claims (Invekos, LPIS) – not in all countries• management of fields and forests and management of animals• management of environment caretaking and of natural risks• management of energy, of nutrients, of CO2• management of horizontal integration with • order processing and logistics • precision-farming • virtual farming (Gewannebewirtschaftung) as part of land management • environment- and risk-management • utility management (networks for water, energy, …) • sensor network management (meteorology, water, soil, ….)• management of vertical integration • of administrative bodies • of chain partners• based on principles of ownership of information and ofsocial responsibilities 14./15.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 10 12th May Praha Future Farm Workshop
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