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The BigDataGrapes vision enabling global disruption of the grapevine-powered industries

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Panagiotis Zervas presentation on the vision of the project at the BigDataGrapes workshop "Big Data for the Grapevine Industries" in Pisa, Italy (8/3/2019)

The BigDataGrapes vision enabling global disruption of the grapevine-powered industries

  1. 1. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU BigDataGrapes - Big Data to Enable Global Disruption of the Grapevine-powered Industries has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 780751. Big Data for Disrupting the Grapevine-powered Industries BigDataGrapes Workshop| Pisa, Italy, 8/3/2019 Panagiotis Zervas Head of Projects, Agroknow
  2. 2. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU The Grapevine Industry The Different Stages 2
  3. 3. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Grapevine & vineyard R&D SALES Distribution to EU + global markets Processing factories & Chemistry laboratories Processing factories / facilities Winery facilities Production vineyards Packaging
  4. 4. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Grapevine & vineyard R&D SALES Distribution to EU + global markets Processing factories & Chemistry laboratories Processing factories / facilities Winery facilities Production vineyards Packaging Cultivating & testing grape varieties in experimental vineyards Measuring + analyzing properties / behavior of grape varieties Aging & Bottling Processing grapes for other products Drying grapes for raisins Producing grape juice for food Processing grapes/juice to distill phenolic extract for natural cosmetics
  5. 5. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Grapevine & vineyard R&D SALES Distribution to EU + global markets Processing factories & Chemistry laboratories Processing factories / facilities Winery facilities Production vineyards Packaging Data powered decisions DECISION: Raw materials & products selection DECISION: Product Quality Control & Assurance DECISION: Selection Of Raw Materials & Extracts As Side Products DECISION: Efficient Management Of Vineyard DECISION: Informing Consumer Choice DECISION: Brand Development & Storytelling
  6. 6. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU SALES Distribution to EU + global markets Processing factories & Chemistry laboratories Processing factories / facilities Winery facilities Production vineyards Grapevine & vineyard R&D Packaging Extremely Large & heterogeneous data flows
  7. 7. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Supporting the European Grapevine-powered Industry An ICT project that aims to enhance the wine and natural cosmetics industries and Improve the competitive positioning of companies with software applications in the European IT sector, such as: Quality control and compliance software for companies in the beauty and cosmetics sector Farm management and precision agriculture systems for vineyards Food risk assessment monitoring and prediction systems for companies in the food sector
  8. 8. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Targets technology challenges of the grapevine-powered data economy, requiring processing, analysis and visualisation of data with rapidly increasing volume, velocity and variety. BigDataGrapes Mission Satellite Sensor / Weather Phenotypic / Genetic plant data In-field observations Bibliographic data Data Spectrum: Extremely Heterogeneous (& Big)
  9. 9. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Beneficiaries Wine producers, bottlers and distributors Producers and packagers of food and wine products Natural cosmetic companies
  10. 10. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Partners & Roles Agroknow Greece Project Coordinator Architecture leader Dissemination leader Ontotext Bulgaria Semantic technologies leader CNR Italy Processing technologies leader KU Leuven Belgium Visualization leader Geocledian Germany Cross-pilot satellite data techs INRA France Wine pilot lead AUA Greece Table and wine grapes pilot lead ABACO Italy Farm Mng pilot lead SYMBEEOSIS Greece Natural cosmetics pilot lead
  11. 11. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Pilot Cases Overview 11
  12. 12. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Table and Wine Grapes Improve the quality of table and wine grapes
  13. 13. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Wine Making Improve the quality of wine and support the efficient management of the vineyard
  14. 14. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Farm Management Systems Improve the ability to take quick and informed decisions through FMS
  15. 15. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Natural Cosmetics Informed selection of raw materials for producing better grape extracts used for cosmetics
  16. 16. WWW.BIGDATAGRAPES.EU Panagiotis Zervas Agroknow pzervas@agroknow.com @BigDataGrapes https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13574473 Thank you!! 16

Editor's Notes

  • The Grapevine Industry includes different stages and different stakeholders
  • Each stage includes different types of data that support taking different desicions
  • The decisions need to be taken with data from the different stages of the value chain of the Grapevine Industry
  • There are extremely large and heterogeneous data flows that need to be handled. This the main problem addressed by BigDataGrapes Project
  • Big data is becoming a hype that is going to completely redefine industries within very traditional sectors like agriculture, food and beauty.

    Big Data Grapes is an ICT project that aims to support European companies active in two key industries powered by grapevines: the wine industry and the natural cosmetics one to become more competitive in international markets.

    It also improves the competitive positioning of companies in the European IT sector that are serving companies and organisations with software applications, such as:

    Farm management and precision agriculture systems for vineyards
    Food risk assessment monitoring and prediction systems for companies in the food sector.
    Quality control and compliance software for companies in the beauty and cosmetics sector.





  • BDG is targeting technology challenges of the grapevine-powered data economy, as its business problems and decisions require processing, analysis and visualisation of data with rapidly increasing volume, velocity and variety:

    The project specifically tries to help companies across the grapevine-powered value chain ride the big data wave, supporting business decisions with real time and cross-stream analysis of very large, diverse and multimodal data sources. 

    These data include satellite and weather data, environmental and geological data, phenotypic and genetic plant data, food supply chain data, economic and financial data and more.
  • The project involves the following types of commercial partners of the European grapevine-powered industries:

    Wine producers, bottlers and distributors that are managing large vineyards and are taking critical decisions that may affect (a) product lines, such as which grape varieties to combine in order to produce a new wine; or (b) production years.

    Producers and packagers of food and wine products using grape by-products as ingredients (such as raisins, must, vinegar and grape juice) who are continuously monitoring the quality of their product.

    Natural cosmetic companies that have product lines based on grapes and wine that are continuously testing the quality of the grape extracts which they are using as ingredients.
  • Improve the quality of raw materials based on data
  • Improve the ability to take quick decisions through farm management systems (e.g. when I am going to water my farm?)
  • Correlation of different quality biomarkers for producing better grape extracts used for cosmetics
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