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  1. 1. Jointly preparing the conditions in the agricultural and connected sectors in the BSB area for the digital transformation E X T E R N A L E X P E R T A R M I N E A B R A H A M Y A N E M A I L : A R M _ A B R A H A M Y A N @ Y A H O O . C O M DEVELOPMENT OF BSB SMART FARMING PLATFORM SPECIFICATIONS Y E R E V A N 2 0 2 1
  2. 2. Who am I ?  Agronomist, Environmentalist, Doctor in plant ecology  EXPERT INNO -4 –AGRIFOOD (Granted by IMP3rove European Innovation Management Academy, Düsseldorf, GERMANY)  Work Experiences in the International agriculture cluster and research organizations at FEMAC (Spain), IRTA(Spain), ISEM(France), DU (Latvia) as an expert and project manager in agri-food section, funded by Horizon2020, Eureka, IFAD, CIRAD, Life+, ESF etc.  Fundraising experiences more than 12 years  UN SDG and Futurearth Fund on Biodiversity-Based Solution to Sustainability Challenges- The project titled “Biodiversity in action: accelerating data digitization for innovative cropping system in Armenia” has awarded as one of the 10 world innovative project in 2020.  National Node in GBIF  Biodiversity Data Digitization project national coordinator at ANAU  External Expert in GEF, UN, USDAI, IFAD, CARD  Lecturer at Armenian National Agrarian University  Researcher in Medicinal Plants Diversity, Sustainable Use and Innovative Cropping system  Head of International Research Programme Coordinating Unit  Founder at “Symphony of Nature”, Tea Company 2
  3. 3. Introduction Description of @Activity A.T2.2- Development of BSB Smart Farming Platform Specifications 3 SF Platform Quadruple Helixes approach E-trading & end users External Experts join work 5 4 MONTHS WORK PLAN TASKS PERIOD
  4. 4. Goal of BSB Smart Farming Platform Helping Farming communities become more competitive, sustainable and productive by improving their businesses, production processes, products and services through a distributed self-sustainable ecosystem, supported by the digitisation of services available through a joint marketplace combined in a Black Sea Region. 4
  5. 5. Vision of BSB Smart Farming Platform One-Stop-Shop 5
  6. 6. Technical/technological Gaps based on Research analysis Farmers  Lack of flexible, scalable and holistic tools to support farmer’s decision-making process.  Lack of simple and integrated tools to assess and optimize resources crossing the different environmental and economic operational aspects of the farm.  Deficient knowledge to identify the potential of technical and technological solutions.  Lack of information on business models supported digital solutions. Technology Developers  Lack of market knowledge needs.  Lack of understanding of farming conditions and needs.  Lack of agronomic knowledge for the development of digital solutions for farming.  Lack of sufficient sensor fusion expertise to incorporate all relevant sources of data.  Lack of facilities (such as laboratories and other infrastructures) in an agricultural context for customization, validation and testing of existing solutions or new solutions. 6
  7. 7. How this gaps addressed with the platform One-Stop-Shop will provide: Farmers  Interdisciplinary and Cross-sectoral collaboration based on Quadruple Helixes approach in Smart farming.  New platform for supporting digital innovation processes and cross-border cooperation in BSB Region.  learning environment with e-learning modules, video recording or presentations on IoT and Smart technologies in farming in general to enhance start-ups  Enhace start-ups in Smart farming through use-cases examples, local and EU funds, provided template for Proof of Concept (PoC) in local 6 languages.  Fostering the cross-border trade opportunities for agricultural and agro-industrial products and services.  Technology Suppliers and supporting organizations.  Special mentoring and advisory in technology and agronomics and also laboratories and other infrastructures (academic and SMEs incoorporation). 7
  8. 8. STARTING POINT: to do list Smart farming platform domain name • Domain name will be discussed and selected by partners and domain acquisition and hosting will be arranged by P2. • ( e.g. Smart Farming Solutions in BSB, Agri Solutions 4 Future ) • Time: 1 Week Discussion on Platform Content/Design Development Time: 2 Week 8
  9. 9. TASKS Task 1: Sectoral Content Development Sectoral approach in agriculture (Crop production, Vegetable growing, fruits and nuts production, viticulture and wine production, greenhouse production, animal production, aquaculture, agriculture extension, food processing, selling/shipping) Main actors: local farmers, SMEs, end- users (buyers). Work Period: 15 days Task 2: IoT, ST technology providers IoT and technology providers shill be in separate form based one developed specifications (sensors, drones, IoT, ICT tools, programmes in agri-food sector by all value chains). Work Period: 20 days 9
  10. 10. TASKS Task 3: Learning environment E-learning modules, video recording or presentations on IoT and Smart technologies in farming in general, or/and relevant multimedia materials for good practices in smart farming, a broad database for smart farming and IoT technologies available in each partner country’s market and coming up from research projects, supporting organizations/infrastructure, their economic and environmental benefits and demonstration materials etc. Work Period: 25 days Task 4: Start up section The section will be held in all partners languages (6plus Turkish and Ukrainian) and will include useful presentations of Smart farming, including from the Investigation, information about successful business cases, a template for Proof of Concept (PoC) of potential or existing start-ups in the area. Comments:  successful use cases (each partner country at least 3 -5)  Each parner will provide content materials in 50 pages of local languages  Template for Proof of Concept shill be developed Work Period: 20 days 10
  11. 11. Tasks Task 5: A section for servey 1 survey with stakeholders to collect and further share recommendations for policy improvements based on feedback collected at the Platform. Work Period: 10 days 11
  12. 12. Conclusion Meeting 3 times per month o To identify challenges o To control synchronal data/ content collection o Discussing/brainstorming Duration: 40 minutes 12
  13. 13. QUSETIONS

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