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FI-PPP SmartAgriFood and FIspace at IoT China 2013

  1. 1. Future Internet Business CollaborationNetworks in Agri-Food, Transport & LogisticsSjaak WolfertIoT ConferenceShanghai, 4-5 June 2013
  2. 2. livingenvironmentThe Wageningen UR domain:healthy food and living environmentfood and foodproductionhealth, lifestyleand livelihood Sustainable agriculture Nutrition and health Sustainable fishery Biomass Chains Marine resourcemanagement Landscape and land use Nature & Biodiversity Water management Competing claims Behaviour and perception Food security Institutions Consumer Citizen
  3. 3. Wageningen UR Faculty and staff: > 6,000 Turnover: € 710 million (2011) Research● Top 3 in our domains● Top 100 worldwide inuniversity ranking● Exploitation andvalorisation of research Education● > 11,000 students
  4. 4. Wageningen UR in the world Offices in Brazil, China and Ethiopia
  5. 5. Presentation outline General introduction into Agri-Food Supply ChainNetworks and ICT The EU Future Internet Public-Private Partnership (FI-PPP) The SmartAgriFood project The FIspace project
  6. 6. law & regulationmulti-dimensionalAgri-Food SupplyChain Networks(AFSCN)• Information communication control• ICT is crucial key driver forinnovation• farm is a focalcompanyinnovationgeographicclusterhorizontalfulfillmentVertical
  7. 7. Specific characteristics of Agri-Food SupplyChain Networks Heterogeneous, dynamic natural conditions (e.g.soil, weather, pests) Seasonal growing Natural products: growth, decay, high qualityvariations Dynamic, open chains High demands from consumers and society(legislation, certification, food safety) High volume distribution Governance: large processors, many SME’s inglobal chains
  8. 8. Main challenge: Feed the world within thecarrying capacity of planet Earth Increasing world population, food demand ‘License to Produce’ from Consumers & Society● Take care of Environment, Nature, Climate● Food Safety and Transparency Innovation: need of sustainable breakthroughs inknowledge and technology Global competition (WTO) Economic crisis is limiting the investment capacity
  9. 9. ICT developmentsIslandautomationERP Open architecture(SOA-BPM)skip this step for agri-food?
  10. 10. Future InternetPublic-Private Partnership
  11. 11. Generic idea of FI-PPPillustrated by phase 1projectshttp://www.fi-ppp.eu/projects/GenericRequirementsfor the FutureInternet
  12. 12. FI-WARE Core PlatformThe Reference Architecture of the FI-WARE platform isstructured along a number of technical chapters, namely: Cloud Hosting Data/Context Management Internet of Things (IoT) Services Enablement Applications/Services Ecosystem and Delivery Framework Security Interface to Networks and Devices (I2ND)See http://www.fi-ware.eu/our-vision/ for detailed information
  13. 13. FI PPP Programme Implementation90 M€ 80 M€ 130 M€
  14. 14. Smart Food and Agribusiness: Future Internet forSafe and Healthy Food from Farm to ForkDr. Sjaak Wolfert (coordinator)LEI Wageningen URe-mail: sjaak.wolfert@wur.nlwww.smartagrifood.eu
  15. 15. • EC contribution 5 M€• Start date 01.04.2011• Duration 24 months• Partners 21• Countries represented 7The Smart Agri-Food project aims to:• Boost the application and use of futureinternet ICTs in Agri-Food• Affect a huge number of Agri-FoodSMEs throughout Europe• Increase the competiveness andsustainability of Agri-Food
  16. 16. Objectives Smart Agri-Food (Phase I)To boost the application and use of future internet ICTs in the agri-foodsector by:• identifying and describing the technical, functional and non-functional FI-specifications for experimentation in smart agri-food production as awhole system and in particular for smart farming, smart agri-logistics andsmart food awareness• identifying and developing smart agri-food-specific capabilities andconceptual prototypes, demonstrating critical technological solutionsincluding the feasibility to further develop them in large scaleexperimentation and validation• identifying and describing existing experimentation structures and startuser community building, resulting in an implementation plan for the nextphase
  17. 17. SmartAgriFood: 3 use case domains – 6 pilotsVegetableProduction(greenhouse)Arable Farming(spraying)Flowers & PlantsSupply ChainFruits & VegsSupply ChainMeatTransparencyTailored ShoppingExperience
  18. 18. Smart Farming Overall ArchitectureGreenhouse and Spraying Use Case PilotExternalServicesData sourcesfrom sensing andmonitoringLocalFMSSpraying, Greenhouse ServicesMeteorologicalServiceState and PolicyInformation ServiceFMISE-agriculturist Servicefor sprayingpotatoes, greenhouseCloud FMSPublicRepositoryRegistryCentralizedCloud Service21Machine BreakdownService
  19. 19. 25/6/2013 22User interface on the Service framework levelWork station / Home page view
  20. 20. Logistics Intelligence5.05.56.06.57.00 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100Glycongen concn. (µmol glucose equiv./g)UltimatepHDFDnormalnormal or PSEacidFuture Internet Application Potentials for SmartAgri-Food LogisticsLogistics ConnectivityReal-time Virtualization
  21. 21. Cloud Event Management SystemLocation A Location BVirtualPlantVirtualLocation AVirtualLocation BEnvironmentupdatePlantlocationupdateEnvironmentupdate
  22. 22. Prototype Demonstration1. Search and selectobjects2. Location of theobject3. Environmentalconditions4. Representativepicture of theobject5. Historic trajectoryof environmentalconditions6. Expected qualitytrajectory1.3.2.4.5.6.http://trackntrace-wur.rhcloud.com/fpp3.html
  23. 23. • Each logo/sign hasseveral criteria that hasto accomplish.Smart Food Awareness: how?• Product scanning(RFID, barcode ...)• Image recognition(logos/signs)• Consumer gets tailoredinformation of theproduct and/or logo.• Each product containsinformation gatheredthrough all supply chain.• Each consumerdefines his/hershopping profile.
  24. 24. Snapshot of the prototype app1. Create your consumer profile :a. As an anonymous consumerb. As a registered consumer2. Scan a product in thesupermarket:a. A consumer can scan a QR codein order to request informationof interest.b. Or take a picture of a logo/signon a product in order to know itsmeaning and criteria.3. Get the attributes of theproduct according to consumerinterests and preferencespreviously specified in his/herconsumer profile.
  25. 25. Multi-Point EPCIS and additional sources
  26. 26. More (detailed) information about pilots• Most deliverables available at http://www.smartagrifood.eu/site-downloads• Conceptual prototypes and mock-ups are demonstrated athttp://www.smartagrifood.eu/pilots
  27. 27. FI-WAREExpansion ofUse CasesCall 3Call 2FITMANXIFIINFINITYENVIROFICall 1CONCORD20112010 2012 2013 2014 2015Phase 3Phase 1 Phase 2FI-CONTENTUSECASESOUTSMARTSAFECITYFINSENYSMARTAGRIFOODINSTANT MOBILITYFINESTTF Extension and UsageFI-STARFI-PPP Programme ArchitecturePlatform componentsPlatformusageUse casescenariosCapacity BuildingFinesceFI-CONTENT 2FIspaceUse caseplatforms
  28. 28. Future InternetBusiness CollaborationNetworks in Agri-Food, Transport &LogisticsSjaak WolfertProject Coordinator
  29. 29. End-2-End VisibilityCollaboration & CommunicationHigh-Quality Customer ApplicationsNew Services & AppsConsultantsForwarderProductionPlantsCarriersPortsCustomsBanksInsurancesAuthoritiesConsumersFeaturesMachine-2-Machine CommunicationMotivation and ImpactAgri-Food, Transport and Logistics:• EU turnover: 1,500 billion €• Efficiency: 148-220 billion € savings• Sustainability: 26.5% of CO2 emissionsFuture Internetwill facilitate:■ … seamless cross-organizationalcollaboration (informationexchange, communication, coordination of activities)■ …unprecedentedtransparency, visibility andcontrol of processes (usingInternet-connected sensors and IoTdevices)■ …rapid, easy, low costdevelopment and deployment ofcustomized solutions (apps andservices)■ …agile formation of businessnetworks and ecosystems (socialnetworks and app/service markets)
  30. 30. Project Details• EU Seventh Framework Program (7FP)– Future Internet Public Private Partnership programme (FI-PPP)• Project type: Collaborative Project - Large-scale IntegratedProject (IP)• Total budget: 20 M€• EU funding: 13.5 M€• Duration: April 2013 – April 2015 (FI-PPP phase II)• Grant Agreement: 604123• Project coordinators:– Sjaak Wolfert, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands– Rod Franklin, Kühne + Nagel, Switzerland• Website: www.FIspace.eu
  31. 31. Project Consortium (29 partners)ICTproviders:CommunityBuilders:SystemIntegrators:End users:KnowledgeInstitutes:
  32. 32. FIspace platform High Level ArchitectureTrial 1Front-EndFIspaceStoreReal-time B2BCollaborationCoreSystem & Data IntegrationSecurity, Privacy, and Trust ManagementOperating EnvironmentDevelopmentToolkitTrial 2Trial 3Trial 4Trial 5Trial 6Trial 7Trial 8I2NDIoTIoCIoSS&TGENERIC ENABLERSDEVELOPMENTTOOLKITBase TechnologiesValidation
  33. 33. 1 4352687Intelligent PerishableGoods LogisticsSmart Distributionand ConsumptionFarming in the CloudUse Case Trial Experimentation Sites1. Crop ProtectionInformation Sharing2. Greenhouse Management& Control3. Fish Distribution and (Re-)Planning4. Fresh Fruit and VegetablesQuality Assurance5. Flowers and Plants SupplyChain Monitoring6. Meat InformationProvenance7. Import and Export ofConsumer Goods8. Tailored Information forConsumers
  34. 34. Associated partners• Borborema Group (Brasil)• Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management (New Zealand)• China Telecom Corporation Limited Beijing Research Institute (China)• EDEKA (Germany)• Eurofins GmbH (Germany)• European Retail Academy• Future Logistics Living Lab (Australia)• Global G.A.P. c/o FoodPlus GmbH• JOHN DEERE GmbH & Co. KG European Technology Innovation Center• ORGAINVENT (Germany)• Pardalis (USA)• Sebrea Minas Gerais (Brasil)• Union Fleurs aisbl• Westfleisch eG (Germany)
  35. 35. Supporting partners• Agroconnect• Tuinbouw Digitaal/Greenport DigitalCommunity• Centre for Agroecology and FoodSecurity. Coventry University (UK)• Geomations SA• Koninklijke MaatschapWilhelminapolder• PASEGES• GreenHouse in Nafpaktos• Maatschap Hamster• Maatschap Wage• Nursery Greenhouse in east Peloponese• ZLTO• Koc Holding• Tupras• Gaia association• Yasad• Universiy of Pireaus ResearchCentre / TNS Living Lab• NICTA• TUBISAD• ITA Aragon• Ministry of Rural development andfood• Malaga city
  36. 36. Thank you for your attentionsjaak.wolfert@wur.nlwww.FIspace.eu

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