Future Internet
Business Collaboration
Networks in Agri-Food,
Transport & Logistics

FI-PPP Information Days
3 October. 20...
Coordinator

Business
partners

Technical
partners

Research
centers and
universities
Motivation and Impact
Future Internet
will facilitate:

Forwarder
Carriers
Consultants

■ … seamless cross-organizational
...
Imagine
• Large organisations mostly have gone digital, with ERP and other systems
• Between them (and especially with SME...
FIspace platform High Level Architecture

Trial 1
Front-End

FIspace
Store
GENERIC ENABLERS

Real-time B2B
Collaboration
C...
Use Case Trial Experimentation Sites
Farming in the Cloud
Intelligent Perishable
Goods Logistics
Smart Distribution
and Co...
Smart Farming
E-agriculturist Service
for spraying potatoes,
greenhouse

External
Services

Spraying,
Greenhouse Services
...
Smart Food/Product Awareness
Example App: Tailored Info for Consumers
Dynamic
BestbeforeDates
Transportation
Data

30% of our food is wasted!

BBD:
15....
Smart Food and Health Services
Integrated freight & people transport

T&L
Collaboration
Space

[transportmarketplace.com]

 More effective utilization o...
On the business model of FIspace
1. FIspace will most likely be exploited by a neutral organisation
in a chain:
1.
2.
3.

...
What will FIspace offer Phase 3 consortia
1. The FIspace platform with release data
1.
2.

including apps from a call to d...
FIspace Release Milestones
• Mo 6: Open technical specification

30 Sep 2013

• Instrumental to engage with external
devel...
Support for consortia – engagement stage
• Welcome package (and welcome sessions) to support real
engagement
• Collaborati...
Support for consortia – development stage
• Welcome package (and welcome sessions) to support real engagement
• Knowledge ...
Some relevant public deliverables
• D200.2 FIspace Technical Architecture and Specification
• D400.2 Progress report on tr...
Questions?
FIspaceinfo@fispace.eu
www.FIspace.eu
@FIspace_eu
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F ispace infodays Brussels October 3, 2013

  1. 1. Future Internet Business Collaboration Networks in Agri-Food, Transport & Logistics FI-PPP Information Days 3 October. 2013, Brussels Krijn J. Poppe LEI Wageningen UR
  2. 2. Coordinator Business partners Technical partners Research centers and universities
  3. 3. Motivation and Impact Future Internet will facilitate: Forwarder Carriers Consultants ■ … seamless cross-organizational collaboration (information Production Plants Consumers Features Collaboration & Communication New Services & Apps Machine-2-Machine Communication Banks End-2-End Visibility High-Quality Customer Applications Insurances Ports Customs Authorities exchange, communication, coordination of activities) ■ …unprecedented transparency, visibility and control of processes (using Internet-connected sensors and IoT devices) ■ …rapid, easy, low cost development and deployment of customized solutions (apps and services) Agri-Food, Transport and Logistics: • • • EU turnover: 1,500 billion € Efficiency: 148-220 billion € savings Sustainability: 26.5% of CO2 emissions ■ …agile formation of business networks and ecosystems (social networks and app/service markets)
  4. 4. Imagine • Large organisations mostly have gone digital, with ERP and other systems • Between them (and especially with SME) data transfer is often on paper • Where more data exchange to monitor processes would be welcome So imagine:  Firms could connect like in social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook)  Also to specify their contracts in a ‘conversation’.  Firms then could start to stream data between each other– like you upload a photo or video on Google+ to one of your ‘circles’  Data: invoices, Internet of Things’ sensor data, using standards like EDI, XBRL etc.  Although firms might like to have more control on access to their data (possible with web services and access rights), and do not need storage of their data  Firms could buy apps to work with the data streams and enrich such “open” (and big) data.
  5. 5. FIspace platform High Level Architecture Trial 1 Front-End FIspace Store GENERIC ENABLERS Real-time B2B Collaboration Core I2ND IoT IoC IoS System & Data Integration S&T Security, Privacy, and Trust Management DEVELOPMENT TOOLKIT Operating Environment Validation Trial 2 Development Toolkit Base Technologies Trial 3 Trial 4 Trial 5 Trial 6 Trial 7 Trial 8
  6. 6. Use Case Trial Experimentation Sites Farming in the Cloud Intelligent Perishable Goods Logistics Smart Distribution and Consumption 3 51 4 6 2 8 7 1. Crop Protection Information Sharing 2. Greenhouse Management & Control 3. Fish Distribution and (Re-) Planning 4. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Quality Assurance 5. Flowers and Plants Supply Chain Monitoring 6. Meat Information Provenance 7. Import and Export of Consumer Goods 8. Tailored Information for Consumers
  7. 7. Smart Farming E-agriculturist Service for spraying potatoes, greenhouse External Services Spraying, Greenhouse Services Meteorological Service Machine Breakdown Service State and Policy Information Service FMIS Public Repository Registry Centralized Cloud Service NKUA’s Premises Internet Cloud FMS Local FMS Data sources (OKEPEPE/MTT/ CropInfra & JD) Task Controller Service Machine Status Service Greenhouse sensors, actuators 7
  8. 8. Smart Food/Product Awareness
  9. 9. Example App: Tailored Info for Consumers Dynamic BestbeforeDates Transportation Data 30% of our food is wasted! BBD: 15.05. 2013 Waste reduction: ~30-60%
  10. 10. Smart Food and Health Services
  11. 11. Integrated freight & people transport T&L Collaboration Space [transportmarketplace.com]  More effective utilization of transport means and roads  Increase in utilization: 50%-200% (estimated)
  12. 12. On the business model of FIspace 1. FIspace will most likely be exploited by a neutral organisation in a chain: 1. 2. 3. ICT company Industry organisation (or semi-public organisation) Or a combination • • A situation with several instances of FIspace is possible Fees for use (firms, app developers) not yet clear.
  13. 13. What will FIspace offer Phase 3 consortia 1. The FIspace platform with release data 1. 2. including apps from a call to develop apps for the trials that is now open Including app development tool kit 2. Support for projects in Phase 3 1. 2. In the engagement phase to consortium partners In the development and experimentation phase (also to the ICT companies that win in the open calls of the consortia) 3. Ideas and support for bidders 1. 2. 3. We’re here Documents on website, including suggestions for consortia topics. Webinars if desired
  14. 14. FIspace Release Milestones • Mo 6: Open technical specification 30 Sep 2013 • Instrumental to engage with external developer community (Open Call Members) • Key information for Phase 3 proposers • Mo 12: Development & Validation Cycle 1 31 Mar 2014 • First release of platform, experimental environment & Baseline Apps • Working platform for development community to use and build upon • Mo 18: Development & Validation Cycle 2 • Second release of platform … + Domain Apps • Mo 24: Development & Validation Cycle 3 • Final release of platform … + Domain Apps
  15. 15. Support for consortia – engagement stage • Welcome package (and welcome sessions) to support real engagement • Collaborative and online supporting tools: • guides on the FIspace for Users and for Developers, Technical Documentation for all FIspace components and Apps. • Dedicated workshops and meetings • Support for the Phase-3 open calls • Preliminary training for trainers
  16. 16. Support for consortia – development stage • Welcome package (and welcome sessions) to support real engagement • Knowledge transfer activities (what): – FIspace capabilities for developers – Experimentation (design your experiment) – Building the innovation ecosystem around FIspace (best practices from the trials and other supporting tools, e.g. Living Labs) – Possibilities for exploitation • Knowledge transfer tools (how): – Collaborative and online supporting tools: guides for the FIspace for Users and for Developers, Technical Documentation for all FIspace components and Apps. – Workshops, webinars and documentation – Community of developers
  17. 17. Some relevant public deliverables • D200.2 FIspace Technical Architecture and Specification • D400.2 Progress report on trial experimentation and App development and initial plan for Phase 3 rollout • D500.7.1 Detailed plan to move into phase 3 Available at www.FIspace.eu Also have a look at the previous project’s deliverables www.FInest.eu and www.SmartAgriFood.eu Proposers not entering phase 3 but interested in FIspace: – we would like keep working with you to explore possibilities of collaboration
  18. 18. Questions? FIspaceinfo@fispace.eu www.FIspace.eu @FIspace_eu

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