The Future Internet for Agri-Food BusinessCollaborationSjaak Wolfert, LEI Wageningen URICT-Agri workshop, Turin, Italy, 24...
Sources used Dutch projects:● KodA – from knowledge to practice for arable farming (2006-2010)● PPL – program on Precisio...
Monitoring and regulation
law & regulationmulti-dimensionalAgri-Food SupplyChain Networks(AFSCN)innovationgeographicclusterhorizontalfulfillmentVert...
ICT becomes a key driver for innovation Location-based monitoring and service delivery through GPS Internet of Things (I...
Roadmap for solutions: two parallel tracksOrganizational:• Business in the lead• Information Exchange &StandardizationTech...
Coordination and support ofsetting up a network fordeveloping a system for commondata exchange in the agriculturalsectorww...
Project details• EU Seventh Framework Program (7FP)– Knowledge Based Bio Economy (KBBE)• Coordination and Support Action (...
Project consortium• Wageningen University &Research Center(LEI, LSR, Alterra) – TheNetherlands• Kuratorium für Technik und...
agriXchange Reference Framework• The agriXchange Reference Framework supports andenhances harmonizing of data exchange in ...
Use Case modelling
ICT developments in general businessIslandautomationERP Open architecture(SOA-BPM)skip this step?
Future InternetPublic-Private Partnership
Generic idea of FI-PPPillustrated by phase 1projectshttp://www.fi-ppp.eu/projects/GenericRequirementsfor the FutureInternet
FI-WARE Generic Enablers (GEs)The Reference Architecture of the FI-WARE GEs is structuredalong a number of technical chapt...
FI PPP Programme Implementation90 M€ 80 M€ 130 M€
Smart Food and Agribusiness: Future Internet forSafe and Healthy Food from Farm to ForkDr. Sjaak Wolfert (coordinator)LEI ...
SmartAgriFood project details• EU Seventh Framework Program (7FP)– Future Internet Public Private Partnership programme (F...
21 Partners from 7 European countries
SmartAgriFood: 3 use case domains – 6 pilotsVegetableProduction(greenhouse)Arable Farming(spraying)Flowers & PlantsSupply ...
Smart Farming Overall ArchitectureGreenhouse and Spraying Use Case PilotExternalServicesData sourcesfrom sensing andmonito...
25/06/2013 24User interface on the Service framework levelWork station / Home page view
Logistics Intelligence5.05.56.06.57.00 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100Glycongen concn. (µmol glucose equiv./g)UltimatepHDFD...
Prototype Demonstration1. Search and selectobjects2. Location of theobject3. Environmentalconditions4. Representativepictu...
• Each logo/sign hasseveral criteria that hasto accomplish.Smart Food Awareness: how?• Product scanning(RFID, barcode ...)...
Snapshot of the prototype app1. Create your consumer profile :a. As an anonymous consumerb. As a registered consumer2. Sca...
More (detailed) information about pilots• Most deliverables available at http://www.smartagrifood.eu/site-downloads• Conce...
FI-WAREExpansion ofUse CasesCall 3Call 2FIspaceFITMANXIFIINFINITYENVIROFICall 1CONCORD20112010 2012 2013 2014 2015Phase 3P...
Project Details• EU Seventh Framework Program (7FP)– Future Internet Public Private Partnership programme (FI-PPP)• Projec...
CoordinatorTechnicalpartnersBusinesspartnersResearchcenters anduniversities
End-2-End VisibilityCollaboration & CommunicationHigh-Quality Customer ApplicationsNew Services & AppsConsultantsForwarder...
FIspace platform High Level ArchitectureTrial 1Front-EndFIspaceApp StoreReal-time B2BCollaborationCoreSystem & Data Integr...
1 4352687Intelligent PerishableGoods LogisticsSmart Distributionand ConsumptionFarming in the CloudUse Case Trial Experime...
How to get involved?• Visit our website www.FIspace.eu or www.FI-PPP.eu• Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook• Open...
Collaboration with ICT-agri ERAnet Use of the agriXchange platform and aXTool to supportuse case modelling and standardiz...
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  1. 1. The Future Internet for Agri-Food BusinessCollaborationSjaak Wolfert, LEI Wageningen URICT-Agri workshop, Turin, Italy, 24 June 2013
  2. 2. Sources used Dutch projects:● KodA – from knowledge to practice for arable farming (2006-2010)● PPL – program on Precision Agriculture (2010-2014)● Digital Horticulture (2009-2013) Agri-food Living Lab EU projects● agriXchange (2010-2012)● SmartAgriFood (2011-2013)● FIspace (2013-2015) Other:● Developing (martket) IS in Saudi-Arabia, Indonesia
  3. 3. Monitoring and regulation
  4. 4. law & regulationmulti-dimensionalAgri-Food SupplyChain Networks(AFSCN)innovationgeographicclusterhorizontalfulfillmentVertical• information• communication• control• ICT plays a crucialrole• farm is a focalcompany
  5. 5. ICT becomes a key driver for innovation Location-based monitoring and service delivery through GPS Internet of Things (IoT) – everything/everyone getsconnected, M2M communication leading to autonomouslycommunicating devices and virtualization of objects andprocesses Data explosion (Big Data), linked open data and the potential ofopen innovation Cloud services and app stores – the Internet is everywhere(smart phones, embedded networked devices, etc.) with newpossibilities for service delivery, augmented reality, etc. Social media – more direct and instant interaction betweenstakeholders potentially leading to new market opportunities andchannels, co-innovation, etc.
  6. 6. Roadmap for solutions: two parallel tracksOrganizational:• Business in the lead• Information Exchange &StandardizationTechnical:• Business process management• Service-oriented architectureBased on theFuture InternetNewGenerationInformationSystems
  7. 7. Coordination and support ofsetting up a network fordeveloping a system for commondata exchange in the agriculturalsectorwww.agriXchange.org
  8. 8. Project details• EU Seventh Framework Program (7FP)– Knowledge Based Bio Economy (KBBE)• Coordination and Support Action (CSA)– Total budget: 1.3 M€– EC contribution: 1 M€• Start date: 1 Dec. 2009• End date: 1 Dec. 2012• Grant agreement no. 244957
  9. 9. Project consortium• Wageningen University &Research Center(LEI, LSR, Alterra) – TheNetherlands• Kuratorium für Technik undBauwesen in derLandwirtschaft (KTBL) –Germany• MTT Agrifood Research –Finland• Wireless Info (WRLS) - CzechRepublic• Institut de l’Elevage (ELEV) –France• Institut de Recerca iTecnologia Agroalimentàries(IRTA) – Spain• Teagasc –Ireland• Universität Rostock –Germany• Forschungsinstitut fürBiologischen Landbau (FIBL) –Switzerland• Altavia – Italy• Poznan University of LifeSciences (PULS) – Poland• ACTA Informatique – France• Progis software -Austria15 partners from 11countries
  10. 10. agriXchange Reference Framework• The agriXchange Reference Framework supports andenhances harmonizing of data exchange in agricultureby– helping the community to create awareness of existing solutionsand on-going development work– allowing introduction of new or improved solutions
  11. 11. Use Case modelling
  12. 12. ICT developments in general businessIslandautomationERP Open architecture(SOA-BPM)skip this step?
  13. 13. Future InternetPublic-Private Partnership
  14. 14. Generic idea of FI-PPPillustrated by phase 1projectshttp://www.fi-ppp.eu/projects/GenericRequirementsfor the FutureInternet
  15. 15. FI-WARE Generic Enablers (GEs)The Reference Architecture of the FI-WARE GEs is structuredalong a number of technical chapters, namely: Cloud Hosting Data/Context Management Internet of Things (IoT) Services Enablement Applications/Services Ecosystem and Delivery Framework Security Interface to Networks and Devices (I2ND)See http://www.fi-ware.eu/our-vision/ for detailed information
  16. 16. FI PPP Programme Implementation90 M€ 80 M€ 130 M€
  17. 17. Smart Food and Agribusiness: Future Internet forSafe and Healthy Food from Farm to ForkDr. Sjaak Wolfert (coordinator)LEI Wageningen URe-mail: sjaak.wolfert@wur.nlwww.smartagrifood.eu
  18. 18. SmartAgriFood project details• EU Seventh Framework Program (7FP)– Future Internet Public Private Partnership programme (FI-PPP)• Project type: Collaborative Project - Large-scale Integrated Project (IP)• Total budget: 7.3 M€• EU funding: 5 M€• Duration: April 2011 – April 2013 (Phase I)• Grant Agreement 285326
  19. 19. 21 Partners from 7 European countries
  20. 20. SmartAgriFood: 3 use case domains – 6 pilotsVegetableProduction(greenhouse)Arable Farming(spraying)Flowers & PlantsSupply ChainFruits & VegsSupply ChainMeatTransparencyTailored ShoppingExperience
  21. 21. Smart Farming Overall ArchitectureGreenhouse and Spraying Use Case PilotExternalServicesData sourcesfrom sensing andmonitoringLocalFMSSpraying, Greenhouse ServicesMeteorologicalServiceState and PolicyInformation ServiceFMISE-agriculturist Servicefor sprayingpotatoes, greenhouseCloud FMSPublicRepositoryRegistryCentralizedCloud Service23Machine BreakdownService
  22. 22. 25/06/2013 24User interface on the Service framework levelWork station / Home page view
  23. 23. Logistics Intelligence5.05.56.06.57.00 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100Glycongen concn. (µmol glucose equiv./g)UltimatepHDFDnormalnormal or PSEacidFuture Internet Application Potentials for SmartAgri-Food LogisticsLogistics ConnectivityReal-time Virtualization
  24. 24. Prototype Demonstration1. Search and selectobjects2. Location of theobject3. Environmentalconditions4. Representativepicture of theobject5. Historic trajectoryof environmentalconditions6. Expected qualitytrajectory1.3.2.4.5.6.http://trackntrace-wur.rhcloud.com/fpp3.html
  25. 25. • Each logo/sign hasseveral criteria that hasto accomplish.Smart Food Awareness: how?• Product scanning(RFID, barcode ...)• Image recognition(logos/signs)• Consumer gets tailoredinformation of theproduct and/or logo.• Each product containsinformation gatheredthrough all supply chain.• Each consumerdefines his/hershopping profile.
  26. 26. Snapshot of the prototype app1. Create your consumer profile :a. As an anonymous consumerb. As a registered consumer2. Scan a product in thesupermarket:a. A consumer can scan a QR codein order to request informationof interest.b. Or take a picture of a logo/signon a product in order to know itsmeaning and criteria.3. Get the attributes of theproduct according to consumerinterests and preferencespreviously specified in his/herconsumer profile.
  27. 27. More (detailed) information about pilots• Most deliverables available at http://www.smartagrifood.eu/site-downloads• Conceptual prototypes and mock-ups are demonstrated athttp://www.smartagrifood.eu/pilots
  28. 28. FI-WAREExpansion ofUse CasesCall 3Call 2FIspaceFITMANXIFIINFINITYENVIROFICall 1CONCORD20112010 2012 2013 2014 2015Phase 3Phase 1 Phase 2FI-CONTENTUSECASESOUTSMARTSAFECITYFINSENYSMARTAGRIFOODINSTANT MOBILITYFINESTTF Extension and UsageFuture Internet Public-Private Partnership Programme ArchitectureThe detailed FI-PPP work programme is available at http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/netinnovation/home_en.htmlFI-CONTENT 2FinesceFI-STAR
  29. 29. Project Details• EU Seventh Framework Program (7FP)– Future Internet Public Private Partnership programme (FI-PPP)• Project type: Collaborative Project - Large-scale IntegratedProject (IP)• Total budget: 20 M€• EU funding: 13.5 M€• Duration: April 2013 – April 2015 (FI-PPP phase II)• Grant Agreement: 604123• Project coordinators:– Sjaak Wolfert, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands– Rod Franklin, Kühne + Nagel, Switzerland• Website: www.FIspace.eu
  30. 30. CoordinatorTechnicalpartnersBusinesspartnersResearchcenters anduniversities
  31. 31. End-2-End VisibilityCollaboration & CommunicationHigh-Quality Customer ApplicationsNew Services & AppsConsultantsForwarderProductionPlantsCarriersPortsCustomsBanksInsurancesAuthoritiesConsumersFuture InternetMachine-2-Machine CommunicationMotivation and ImpactAgri-Food, Transport and Logistics:• EU turnover: 1,500 billion €• Efficiency: 148-220 billion € savings• Sustainability: 26.5% of CO2 emissionsFuture Internetwill facilitate:■ … seamless cross-organizationalcollaboration (informationexchange, communication, coordination of activities)■ …unprecedentedtransparency, visibility andcontrol of processes (usingInternet-connected sensors and IoTdevices)■ …rapid, easy, low costdevelopment and deployment ofcustomized solutions (apps andservices)■ …agile formation of businessnetworks and ecosystems (socialnetworks and app/service markets)
  32. 32. FIspace platform High Level ArchitectureTrial 1Front-EndFIspaceApp StoreReal-time B2BCollaborationCoreSystem & Data IntegrationSecurity, Privacy, and Trust ManagementOperating EnvironmentDevelopmentToolkitTrial 2Trial 3Trial 4Trial 5Trial 6Trial 7Trial 8I2NDIoTIoCIoSS&TGENERIC ENABLERSDEVELOPMENTTOOLKITBase TechnologiesValidation
  33. 33. 1 4352687Intelligent PerishableGoods LogisticsSmart Distributionand ConsumptionFarming in the CloudUse Case Trial Experimentation Sites1. Crop ProtectionInformation Sharing2. Greenhouse Management& Control3. Fish Distribution and (Re-)Planning4. Fresh Fruit and VegetablesQuality Assurance5. Flowers and Plants SupplyChain Monitoring6. Meat InformationProvenance7. Import and Export ofConsumer Goods8. Tailored Information forConsumers
  34. 34. How to get involved?• Visit our website www.FIspace.eu or www.FI-PPP.eu• Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook• Open call for additional partners (App developers)– Open: 30 Sep – 13 Nov. 2013 (tentatively)– Information day: 25 Sep. 2013 in Brussels• FI-PPP phase 3: use case expansion– 20 CSA projects á 5M€ budget of which 80% open call– Open: Jun – Dec 2013• Become FIspace supporting partner• Join Smart AgriMatics 2014– 16-18 June 2014 in Paris (tentative)– Joint conference FIspace, ICT-Agri ERANET and eFoodChain
  35. 35. Collaboration with ICT-agri ERAnet Use of the agriXchange platform and aXTool to supportuse case modelling and standardization FIspace App platform● ICT-agri solutions could be stored there● FIspace components could be used for ICT-agrisolutions Joint development of software components● Interaction between developers and users● Hackathon type of sessions e.g. at SmartAgriMatics 2014
  36. 36. Thank you for yourattention

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