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Workshop 2016 Genebank IT Overview

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Overview CIP IT Genebank. First Workshop for IT Staff on Barcodes and GRIN-Global.

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Workshop 2016 Genebank IT Overview

  1. 1. I L R I C A M P U S , A D D I S A B A B A E T H I O P I A NOVEMBER 21, 2016 First Workshop for IT Staff on Barcodes and GRIN-Global Edwin Rojas (CIP) Genebank Data System Manager CIP Genebank IT Overview
  2. 2. Agenda • Genebank Environment • Barcode KIT Components • Use Cases with Barcode KIT • CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status • More Mobile Devices
  3. 3. Developers wants to be a code Ninja?
  4. 4. Do you see anyone sitting down in Genebank? Key Solution: Use Barcode KIT to Improve data collection & capture data where activities occur Cold Chambers/ Laboratories Greenhouses Field Genebank Environment: Where do they work ?
  5. 5. Genebank Environment: How does it happen ? How many patterns do you see ? Key Solution: Use the power of automatation throught mobile computing To increase Genebank visibility and facilitate Germplasm Tracking/Monitoring • Recurring operations • Labor intensive: read/write in various stages • Many labs & units coordinating • Activities dependency
  6. 6. Agenda • Genebank Environment • Barcode KIT Components • CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status • Use Cases with Barcode KIT • More Mobile Devices
  7. 7. The barcode KIT refers to the components of a identification system needed to implement a barcode system for automatic identification and data collection based in a mobile solution. Rojas, E. (2006) For Data Collection, Data Query and Print Barcodes Labels Innovation to improve Genebank activities, providing cutting edge technology Barcode KIT Components:
  8. 8. For Laboratory and Greenhouses Barcode KIT Components: For Laboratory and Greenhouses Motorola MC67NA: WiFi, 3.5 inch, 8MP, Windows Mobile 6.5 Zebra TC51: WiFi, 5 inch, 13MP, Android Zebra ET50NE: WiFi, 8 or 10 inch, 8MP, Windos 8.1 or Windows 10 Motorola MC9590-K: WiFi, 3.7 inch, 3MP, Windows Mobile 6.5
  9. 9. RFID Labels can be printer with a barcode RFID Components RFID is an identification system that use radio frequency, RFID labels receive and transmit radio signals. RFID labels can send instant alerts if a germplasm is moved out of a location. RFID improve tracking greatly reducing the time spent searching the germplasm because they say I am in that location or NOT.
  10. 10. Agenda • Genebank Environment • Barcode KIT Components • Use Cases with Barcode KIT • CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status • More Mobile Devices
  11. 11. Use case with Barcode KIT: Cryo Conservation Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Lot Id (numeric) Human readable: AccNumb, Lot Id, Dates of process Software type: On Line - Print instead writing on labels to eliminate pen-based procedures. - Scan instead reading labels to eliminate delays and reduce human errors
  12. 12. Use case with Barcode KIT: Producing seeds by crossing flowers in greenhouses. Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Lot Id (numeric) Human readable: AccNumb, Lot Id, ColNumber, SPP, Dates of process Software type: On Line
  13. 13. Use case with Barcode KIT: Chemicals & Supplies Inventory Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Lot Id (Numeric) Human readable: Lot Id, Product name, date expiration, manufacture Software type: On Line - Alerts when stocks are low or end - Who use, when and quantity - Search and query inventory Barcode Scanner
  14. 14. Use case with Barcode KIT: Herbarium collection Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): ColNumber Human readable: AccNumb, ColNumber, Plot, Date Software type: Off Line Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): ColNumber Human readable: AccNumb, ColNumber, Plot, Date Software type: Off Line
  15. 15. Use case with Barcode KIT: Herbarium collection Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Shelf number Human readable: Shelf number Software type: On Line Label Content: Barcode: Lot Id Human readable: Lot Id, accession number, accession name, spp, date collected, plot number Software type: On Line
  16. 16. Use case with Barcode KIT: In Vitro Conservation Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Lot Id + Medium Id Human readable: AccNumb, Lot Id, Medium, AcceName, Collecting Number, Crop Abr., Taxon Abr., Breeder Code, Date Regeneration, Health Status, Staff Id Software type: On Line - Print instead writing on labels to eliminate pen-based procedures. - Scan instead reading labels to eliminate delays and reduce human errors
  17. 17. Use case with Barcode KIT: In Vitro Conservation
  18. 18. Use case with Barcode KIT: In Vitro Conservation Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Location Number Human readable: Location Number Software type: On Line
  19. 19. Use case with Barcode KIT: Greenhouse Diagnosis Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Lot Id + Medium Id Human readable: AccNumb, Lot Id, Medium, AcceName, Collecting Number, Crop Abr., Taxon Abr., Breeder Code, Date Regeneration, Health Status, Staff Id Software type: On Line
  20. 20. Use case with Barcode KIT: Greenhouse Diagnosis Automation of daily procedures increases efficiency and allow personnel to be employed in other activities.
  21. 21. Use case with Barcode KIT: Seed Conservation Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Lot Id Human readable: AccNumb, Lot Id, AcceName, Collecting Number, Crop Abr., Taxon Abr., Breeder Code, Date Regeneration, Staff Id Software type: On Line
  22. 22. Use case with Barcode KIT: Seed Conservation Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Location Number Human readable: Location Number Software type: On Line
  23. 23. Use case with Barcode KIT: Seed Conservation Barcode increase accuracy by reducing the likelihood of human errors from: • Mislabeled (when write on labels) • Misread germplasm ID (when read labels)
  24. 24. Use case with Barcode KIT: Seed Conservation
  25. 25. Use Case with Barcode KIT: Field Conservation Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): AccNumb, Plot Human readable: AccNumb, Plot, AcceName, Collecting Number, Crop Abr., Taxon Abr., Breeder Code, Date Sowing, Location Name Software type: Off Line
  26. 26. Use Case with Barcode KIT: DNA Storage Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Location Number Human readable: Location Number Software type: On Line
  27. 27. Use Case with Barcode KIT: DNA Storage Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Lot Id Human readable: Lot Id Software type: On Line
  28. 28. Use case with Barcode KIT: Sweetpotato Field Trials Automation of daily procedures increases efficiency and allow personnel to be employed in other activities.
  29. 29. Use case with Barcode KIT: Sweetpotato Field Trials Harvesting Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Breeder Code, Plot, Repetition Human readable: Breeder Code, Plot, Repetition, Crop Abr., Date Sowing, Location Name, Trial Name Software type: Off Line Breeder code = Genotype name
  30. 30. Use case with Barcode KIT: Sweetpotato Field Trials Harvesting
  31. 31. Use case with Barcode KIT: In Vitro Potato GMOs
  32. 32. Use case with Barcode KIT: In Vitro Potato GMOs Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Lot Id + Medium Id Human readable: AccNumb, Lot Id, Medium, AcceName, Crop Abr., Biosafty Code, Date Regeneration, Health Status, Staff Id Software type: On Line
  33. 33. Use case with Barcode KIT: In Vitro Potato GMOs Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): Location Number Human readable: Location Number Software type: On Line
  34. 34. Use case with Barcode KIT: In Vitro Potato GMOs
  35. 35. Use case with Barcode KIT: Forages Seed Pre-Germination Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): AccNumb, Lot Human readable: AccNumb, Lot , Taxon Name, Date, Internal Request Number Software type: Off Line
  36. 36. Use case with Barcode KIT: Forages Seed Pre-Germination
  37. 37. Use case with Barcode KIT: Forages Seed Pre-Germination
  38. 38. Use case with Barcode KIT: Forages Seed Pre-Germination
  39. 39. Use case with Barcode KIT: Forages Seed Dispatch Label Content: Computer readable (barcode): AccNumb, Lot Human readable: AccNumb, Lot , Taxon Name, Date, Field Name, Plot, FAO status Software type: On Line
  40. 40. Use case with Barcode KIT: Forages Seed Dispatch
  41. 41. Agenda • Genebank Environment • Barcode KIT Components • Use Cases with Barcode KIT • CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status • More Mobile Devices
  42. 42. Technologies for Systems Identification Which Technology is best for Genebank ? Lower Higher $ GPS (Wide Area) Barcode (1D & 2D) Passive RFID (Short Range) Selecting a Properly Identification System One thousand labels: with RFID: 150 dollars with Barcode: 7 dollars Active RFID (Local Area) Read/Detection Range Movement Cars, Trucks, Ships Containers Truck Trailers, Pallets Genetic Resources Seeds, Tubers, In Vitro, DNA, Herbarium, Cryo Genetic Resources In Vitro, Samples In Labs.
  43. 43. CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status Hardware and Software Evolution in CIP First Pilot for In Vitro Potato 2000 Infrastructure Design for all In vitro & Greenhouse 2003 January Infrastructure for all In vitro & Lima-Greenhouse 2003 November Mobile Applications 2004 Improve Infrastructure and Wireless Covertures 2005-2006 Improve Infrastructure, Wireless Covertures, Barcodes & more Apps. 2010 2012-2015 Extend barcode KIT CIP Regional Offices Other Genebanks CIP Genebank Inventory 25 PocketPC + 5 TabletPC 12 Desktop Barcode Printers 7 Mobile Barcode Printers 7 Handheld scanners 1 Million labels per year 2016 Build Cross platform applications
  44. 44. CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status CIP Status 2015, Peru - Headquater Barcode PocketPCs LAN Wireless Potato Sweetpotato ARTCCrop/Areas In vitro Chamber Cold Chamber for Seeds Cold Chamber for Tubers Greenhouses Field Pending Pending Pending Laboratories (DNA, Cryo, Herbarium)
  45. 45. CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status CIP Status 2015, Peru – Experimental Station Barcode PocketPCs LAN Wireless Potato Sweetpotato ARTCCrop/Areas In vitro Chamber Tuber Storage Room Greenhouses Field Pending Pending PendingPending
  46. 46. CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status CIP Status 2015, Regional Office. Kenya, Ghana, Mozambique & Uganda Barcode PocketPCs LAN Wireless Potato Sweetpotato ARTCCrop/Areas In vitro Chamber (PQS - Kenya) Laboratories (CIP BecA - Kenya) Field (Ghana, Uganda & Mozambique) Pending PendingPending Pending Pending Pending Pending Pending PC & Handheld scanner PC & Handheld scanner PC & Handheld scanner
  47. 47. Agenda • Genebank Environment • Barcode KIT Components • Use Cases with Barcode KIT • CIP Barcode KIT: Evolution & Status • More Mobile Devices
  48. 48. More Mobile Devices Technology Companies Acquisitions & OS Evolution for Rugged Devices OS: Windows 8.1, Android Language Programing: ZPL II Zebra: Handheld computers & Barcode Printers 2014 OS: Windows CE or Windows PocketPC Language Programing: ZPL I, ZPL II,EPL Symbol: Handheld computers Zebra: Barcode Printers 2000-2007 OS: Windows Mobile Language Programing: ZPL II Motorola: Handheld computers Zebra: Barcode Printers 2007-2014
  49. 49. More Mobile Devices
  50. 50. More Mobile Devices More code more complex
  51. 51. More Mobile Devices Solution: Use an IT development environment that support cross platform devolping apps with native support. Xamarin Studio for PC or MAC Write application code once, and it runs on multiple platforms = iOS, Windows, Android,.... Visual Studio for PC or MAC (Community Edition 2015 with update 3) https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/visual-studio-mac/
  52. 52. Thanks and Spark your Imagination !
  53. 53. The International Potato Center (known by its Spanish acronym CIP) is a research-for-development organization with a focus on potato, sweetpotato, and Andean roots and tubers. CIP is dedicated to delivering sustainable science-based solutions to the pressing world issues of hunger, poverty, gender equity, climate change and the preservation of our Earth’s fragile biodiversity and natural resources. www.cipotato.org CIP is a member of CGIAR CGIAR is a global agriculture research partnership for a food secure future. Its science is carried out by the 15 research centers who are members of the CGIAR Consortium in collaboration with hundreds of partner organizations. www.cgiar.org

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