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How the Open Value Network (OVN) model can be applied to glocal food systems. This is also about web-of-things on a p2p platform, which follows the structure of an OVN, the design philosophy and its ...

How the Open Value Network (OVN) model can be applied to glocal food systems. This is also about web-of-things on a p2p platform, which follows the structure of an OVN, the design philosophy and its mode of production and distribution.

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    • sensing and sensemaking for glocal food systems by Tiberius Brastaviceanu still working on this presentation... Go to project page
    • table of contents ● ● ● ● ● ● ● trends SENSORICA vision for production vision for consumption from the lab into the real world requirements the state of the art
    • trends the food system is in transition! ● DIY movement: micro farming
    • trends the food system is in transition! ● DIY movement: micro farming ● local food systems: sustainable villages Open Source Ecology, Appropedia, ...
    • trends the food system is in transition! ● DIY movement: micro farming ● local food systems: sustainable towns urban farming - Lufa Farms, Montreal, Qc.
    • trends the food system is in transition! ● DIY movement: micro farming ● local food systems: sustainable towns a broader approach: Transition Towns movement
    • trends the food system is in transition! ● DIY movement: micro farming ● local food systems: sustainable towns ● value networks: glocal food systems
    • trends food systems are becoming decentralized and glocal. ● ● ● hierarchical institutions lose their informational advantage emergence for open spaces for sharing and collaboration emergence of three levels of development: individual, local, regional/global socio-economical factors that accelerate the change ● ● ● recent financial and economical crisis ecological and climate problems the emancipation of the Multitude
    • SENSORICA sensing & sensemaking SENSORICA value network is committed to the design and deployment of intelligent, open sensors and sensemaking systems, which allow our communities to optimize interactions with our physical environment and realize our full human potential. Go to Sensing and sensemaking for food systems
    • vision - production decentralized, trust-based sensing networks and sensemaking systems. open data field sensor producer transformer
    • vision - production decentralized, trust-based sensing networks and sensemaking systems. open data field sensor producer transformer Help actors make sense of their ecosystem and allow them to make short- and long-term decisions.
    • vision - consumption low-cost, user-friendly bio-chemical sensing for quality control and certification, in p2p markets. open data p2p markets
    • from the lab into the real world collaborative environments ● ● SENSORICA - an open value network, a platform for cooperation, designed around sensing and sensemaking technologies Greener Acres - an open value network, a platform for cooperation, designed around glocal food (eco)systems. agents ● ● ● ● ● SENSORICA affiliates potential research labs from Quebec ○ Bioengineering @ McGill ○ Bioresource Engineering @ McGill ○ INRS @ Varenne ○ ... Ohio State University, ATECH/BioHio potential at Berkeley potential at Stanford
    • the ecosystem p2p markets producer value network open networks research consumer processor
    • Localized Business Ecosystem Framework slide produced by Steve Bosserman Governance Legal Capital Services Asset Maps Education Ecosystem Models Information Flows Decision Support Customers Waste Data Sources and Material Sources Management Processing Production Energy Preparation Installation Construction Markets Marketing Generation Advocates Distribution / Logistics
    • Greener Acres Business Ecosystem Framework slide produced by Steve Bosserman Legal Services Data Sources and Material Sources Asset Maps Cedar Valley Innovation, LLC Governance Resilient Bosserman Hollymead SENSORICA Consulting, & Associates, Capital, LLC Capi Educati Inc. Ecosystem Information LLC on Decision tal Models Gwin Farms Zero te Flows IntelliCrop Was Processing Production Bio Support Blackberry Meadow Farms Preparation Installation Construction Custome The rs Working Home Markets Marketing Energy Advocates Distribution / Logistics
    • requirements what type of devices do we need for soil, water and food testing and production? ● ● ● agents: chemical and biological concentrations - based on limits accepted - standards conditions - measures based on seasons, temperature, humidity, ripining/maturity (for products), after/before treatments, etc. we'll put them together...
    • the state of the art where is the lab-on-a-chip technology? how far are we from supporting quality testing for the food system?
    • meet the requirements Identify the labs, companies, individuals we need to put together in order to cover everything needed to put these technologies to good use, in a short amount of time? Map the field of skills and resources, map the lab-to-market process, and put all entities on this map.
    • going beyond the institution work gets done within SENSORICA and Greener Acres, which are open value networks. bridges are built with other open (source) networks, signal intentions, needs and incentives to them and provide infrastructure for value exchange. open innovation - open means local!
    • this, is the beginning...
    • Literature Sensors ● ● Label-free bacteria detection using evanescent mode of a suspended core terahertz fiber - M Zourob Microfluidic electrochemical assay for rapid detection and quantification of Escherichia coli - M Zourob