IBP Future
IBP Future
The Integrated Breeding Platform
will survive GCP
IBP Users
 Primary target:
 NARS partners wanting to enhance the effectiveness of
their breeding programmes by integrati...
The IBWS – Product Concept
 IBWS = Integrated Breeding Workflow System
 Simple and easy-to-use application containing al...
GIS
Centralized
Crop DB
(CGIAR)
Crop
Ontology
Crop
info
Local
Pheno
DB
Breeding
Services
Geno/Pheno
Genotyping
DB
IBWS
Pre...
The Promotion and
implementation Plan
June–December 2013 (testing version):
 Limited promotion
 GCP/CG circle, by word o...
The Support Services
Considering the nature of IBP and the very diverse potential users of
the IBWS, it is critical to pro...
Central Support Team:
Managers plus ad hoc
specialists
Promotion and commercialisation Team
Users from Tier 2
C&S America ...
Mission
Priority
SocialNetwork
CoPs
IBWS + Tech Support Courses
Crop
Support
Commercial
Priority
IBWS
Customizatio
n
Profe...
Committed user: What does it
mean?
Institutions accessing the IBWS under a free licence
will make an institutional commitm...
The Workplan (proposal phase II)
Phase II will build on five major activities:
♦ Maintenance and improvement of the IBWS a...
The potential users
We will focus our effort on having the buy-in at Institutional level rather than
individual level
The way forward:
Next steps for IBP phase II implementation:
♦ Need to push for the GF proposal
♦ Need to define a host ag...
In designing Phase II:
Bear in mind…
 The importance of the GCP legacy
 Build on existing and true partnerships
 Keep t...
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GRM 2013: IBP future: The Integrated Breeding Platform -- J-M Ribaut

  1. 1. IBP Future
  2. 2. IBP Future The Integrated Breeding Platform will survive GCP
  3. 3. IBP Users  Primary target:  NARS partners wanting to enhance the effectiveness of their breeding programmes by integrating molecular methods  All interested CGIAR breeding programmes and networks  SMEs working in developing countries, without the in- house capacity to build a breeding workflow system  Secondary target:  Basically anyone running breeding activities  Both the public and the private sectors
  4. 4. The IBWS – Product Concept  IBWS = Integrated Breeding Workflow System  Simple and easy-to-use application containing all informatics tools needed by a breeder  Seamless flow of data between applications  Targets routine breeding activities and will not replace research tools (association mapping, etc.)  Develop a simple intuitive user interface based on breeding workflows  Implementable as a standalone system  Access central and local DB, as well as the IBWS on a local PC  Will also be implementable through the internet via iPlant cyber-infrastructure  For computationally intensive analyses or large data storage needs
  5. 5. GIS Centralized Crop DB (CGIAR) Crop Ontology Crop info Local Pheno DB Breeding Services Geno/Pheno Genotyping DB IBWS Predictive markers Crop Simple traits Atlas Capacity Building Elearning Communities of Practice Social Network Forum Problem solving Professional and Technical Support Service: Central team and Regional Hubs Protocols Access to Germplasm and Genetic resources IBP Core business Manuals Tutorials DM good practice policy DB Breeding information Services Info/Knowledge Courses IBP: Components and Products
  6. 6. The Promotion and implementation Plan June–December 2013 (testing version):  Limited promotion  GCP/CG circle, by word of mouth, by chance (Google), etc  Establishment of the first Regional Hubs  Development of the e-learning platform & support documents  Link with Universities and academic institutions January–December 2014 (broadly tested version):  More active promotion through proactive communication  Consolidation of the Regional hubs  Implementation of the decentralised CB workplan  Online, Universities, hubs, etc  Establishment of the commercial team January 2015: Full-speed promotion and implementation (commercial version)
  7. 7. The Support Services Considering the nature of IBP and the very diverse potential users of the IBWS, it is critical to provide a top-quality support services to ensure sustainable adoption  Professional Support to be provided in three ways:  Client-oriented breeding support primarily targeting developing- country breeders  Capacity building support to provide professional and comprehensive training in orientation to, and using, the tools  Interaction with peers through social networks and CoPs  Technical Support to be provided at two levels to all users:  Level 1: installation technical support  To overcome any difficulties in downloading, installing and getting started with the IBWS and related tools  Level 2: operational technical support  for users that might encounter problems in day-to-day use of the IBWS and related tools
  8. 8. Central Support Team: Managers plus ad hoc specialists Promotion and commercialisation Team Users from Tier 2 C&S America African Asia (Europe, North America) DB/DM IBWS CB Breeding Coordinate and facilitate access to IBP tools and services User Feedback to influence IBWS development and implementation
  9. 9. Mission Priority SocialNetwork CoPs IBWS + Tech Support Courses Crop Support Commercial Priority IBWS Customizatio n Professional Support Free for Committed users from the public sector Charged for users from the private sector Introduction/Functionalities Field Management Data Management Phenotyping Breeding Price for private sector will be scalable in 4 dimensions: ♦ Economic: level of net income ♦ Activities: Usage of the different IBWS components ♦ Diversity: number of crops ♦ Size number of people User Tiers, Pricing and Packaging
  10. 10. Committed user: What does it mean? Institutions accessing the IBWS under a free licence will make an institutional commitment to: ♦ Implement IBWS in their own breeding programme(s) ♦ Provide user feedback for IBP product and service improvement ♦ Contribute to IBP CB activities in the region ♦ Availability for promotional activities and endorsement ♦ Each hub to share its network (public and private) ♦ Agree to host an IBP regional hub (not mandatory) In case of no compliance to the above requirements, the free licence will be cancelled
  11. 11. The Workplan (proposal phase II) Phase II will build on five major activities: ♦ Maintenance and improvement of the IBWS and the portal (must have) ♦ Development of new functionalities for the IBWS and database improvement (good to have) ♦ Implementation of support services (must have) ♦ Proactive capacity building programme (good to have) ♦ Promotion and awareness (must have)
  12. 12. The potential users We will focus our effort on having the buy-in at Institutional level rather than individual level
  13. 13. The way forward: Next steps for IBP phase II implementation: ♦ Need to push for the GF proposal ♦ Need to define a host agent for the IBP Phase II initiative ♦ Need to define a governance structure ♦ Need to find additional money
  14. 14. In designing Phase II: Bear in mind…  The importance of the GCP legacy  Build on existing and true partnerships  Keep the doers on board (ownership), same for SiMAC  Apply broad range of lessons learnt  Do not underestimate the human component  The community of practice (At all levels, including the private sector)  Why IBP is unique – its comparative advantage  The enthusiasm and dedication of the (early) user will make a difference  The networking element: key for the support services  Be agile and flexible to adjust  Request in-kind contribution from host Institute  This is not just a business  The R4D component remains at the heart of this Initiative It should be a win-win situation with clear added value for every actor
  15. 15. THANK YOU

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