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  • application <luogo e data> Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved
  • introduction - 1 Base function Collect across the different stages of the supply and distribution chain key information about specific food product batches and publish them on the web for consumers’ use Focus Info about freshness, production mode and region, working conditions, etc. relating the finished product and its major ingredients. Optionally: info about its physical and commercial distribution process too. Benefits Reinforcing market rating for products that can leverage value factors such as, depending on the case: freshness, local origin, sustainable process, respect of tradition, etc.. Communication The info gathered with TrackEat can be used to: levels • direct communication to consumers (pre/post sales) • media campaigns. Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 2
  • introduction - 2 Applicability scope Potentially applicable to the whole supply chain. Some of the supply chain actors would possibly participate actively to data collection, other ones would just be “mapped” and assigned a static description. Relationship with TrackEat has a different purpose and orientation with respect to other IT tools for the traditional traceability solutions meant to grant traceability of food traceability defective batches. OkiTracki would normally be less extensive yet considerably deeper in term of analysis. Moreover, data are primarily collected for publishing, rather than for internal usage. Deployment Typically gradual. Could be associated to a formal certification process to emphasize and secure the application of a formalized procedure in collecting and processing data. Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 3
  • definitions - 1 Terminology adopted in the next slides: • batch: a production lot. Could also correspond to a specific process phase referred to one or more input batches. • Batche links: links declared between product batches and their ingredient batches mapping composition at batch level from the field/stable to the shelf. • Action/event: a single step made or an event occurring or a status measured / detected pertaining to a specific batch. • Acivity type and action/event type: a 2-level classification of the action/events tracked (every action/event will be assigned and action/event code; these are grouped into “activity types” Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 4
  • definitions - 2 (...continues): • actors: • reference actors for the different actions/events; • owners; of the batches those classified as “participating actors” will actively take part to data collection. • Actor type: a classification of the actors involved (raw material producers / transformers / distributors / ..) Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 5
  • actors and information flow FINISHED PRODUCT MAKER / MAJOR DISTRIBUTOR SETUP : 1) definition of rappresentation model 2) Actors identification 3) Tracking role assignments (participating / non- participating) training PARTICIPATING ACTORS Collect data about: - new batches (their definition) processing processing - relevant actions and events batch A batch Z - batch links NON-PARTICIPATING ACTORS processing batch 1 processing batch N MEDIA / CONSUMERS spot statistics inquiries Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 6
  • data content - 1 example about: batch links batch mapping and correponding actors A E F Key to symbols actor 3 analytically tracked batch B C D G batch for which only a static actor 1 actor 2 actor 4 description of the productive process is provided H I L non–tracked batch actor 5 actor 6 actor 7 actor 8 tracked link non–tracked link M Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 7
  • data content - 2 data referrable to each batch (its attributes) (*) actor Activity type space references time references (product line and other product product descriptive attributes) (*) e.g.: quality / environmental / ethical certifications Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 8
  • data content - 3 Data referrable to each ACTION / EVENT (its desctiptive attributes) batch (activity type) Action type (**) location time stamp (*) depending on circumstances (e.g.: temp, humidity and storage conditions) (**) e.g..: seeding, treatments, harvest, transformation, seasoning start/end, dealing, transportation start/end , .. Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 9
  • demo is available Please contact us for a remote demo: sales-eu@traceland.com Tel +39 011 6695010 / +39 348 7617590 skype: TRACELAND-PA www.traceland.com Traceland presentatio TrackEat <date>.ppt © Traceland sas - all right reserved 10