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  • 1. THE FUTURE FARM VISION OF EXTERNAL DRIVERS AND INFORMATION FLOW Karel CharvatKarel Charvat jr .
  • 2. External drivers
    • Climate changes
    • Demographic (Growing population, Urbanisation and land abandonment)
    • Energy cost
    • New demands on quality of food (Food quality and safety, Aging population and health problems Ethnical and cultural changes)
    12.7.2011 EFITA/WCC 2011 Praha
  • 3. External drivers
    • Innovative drivers (Knowledge based bio economy, Research and development, Information and communication, Education, Investment)
    • Policies (Subsidies, Standardisation and regulation, National strategies for rural development)
    • Economy (Economical instruments, Partnerships, Cooperation and Integration and voluntary agreements)
    12.7.2011 EFITA/WCC 2011 Praha
  • 4. External drivers
    • Sustainability and environmental issue (Valuation of ecological performances, Development of sustainable agriculture)
    • Public opinion (Press, International Organisation, Politicians)
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  • 5. Opposite requirements
    • Food quality and safety versus Food requirements for growing population
    • Growing requirements for food versus Renewable energy production technologies
    • Renewable production energy demand versus Demand on more environmentally friendly production
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  • 6. Role of knowledge management systems
    • The objective of knowledge management is to help farmers to be competitive on the market in the sense of
        • required products, quality and amount,
        • to react on changes on the market
        • political changes and changes of related rules,
        • to respect requirements about environment protection,
        • climatologically changes.
    • It is also important to produce with the long term goal of farm sustainability.
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  • 7. Levels of information
    • Macro level, which includes management of external information, for example about market, subsidies system, weather prediction, global market and traceability systems, etc)
    • Farm level, which include for example economical systems, crop rotation, decision supporting system
    • Field level including precision farming, collection of information about traceability and in the future also robotics.
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  • 8. Levels of information s 12.7.2011 EFITA/WCC 2011 Praha
  • 9. What are current research focus and what are main influence
    • Currently research in developed World is mainly focused on field level, eventually farm level
        • In practice, it could influenced farm profit in range of 30 percent
    • Possibilities to use macro level or external information could influence farmers profitability in hundreds percent
        • For example right selection of crops etc.
    • So it is evident, that focus has to be in future on work with external information
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  • 10. Cologne declaration
    • Defined key objectives for the agri-food and rural Digital Agenda for 2020;
    • Support for the development of future internet technologies and the internet of things;
    • Support for social networking to reach consensus about future environmental, economical and social priorities of agri-food and rural strategies;
    • The initiation of a continuous e-conference of all stakeholders to define a clear future strategy and priorities;
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  • 11. Thank you for your attention
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