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The Good Growth Plan and Open Data: an industry perspective

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Derek Scuffell (Syngenta) gave a keynote presentation at the 2nd International Workshop: Creating Impact with Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition in The Hague, 10 September 2015.

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The Good Growth Plan and Open Data: an industry perspective

  1. 1. She can feed a hungry planet. We’re going to help her do it.
  2. 2. The Good Growth Plan and Open Data an industry perspective Creating Impact with Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition Den Haag, Netherlands, 11th November 2015 Derek Scuffell, Syngenta R&D IS, Data Sciences
  3. 3. The Challenge: sustainably feed a growing ppulation v u . v ' w/ ‘ _‘ ‘ ' ' ’ . V I . ‘ I I*. }_p. ” >. 1 . _ _. .. ‘ »__ §Il""o‘ . ‘ , ‘ ‘ I. .. a. ‘. '~ ~" ‘ ' . ; - r_ . . . .. ‘ ’_ _ . V . . _-_ I ' < V. _ .1, x , . I ‘H -x r. ‘ , . ' b of them depend on farming as , /3 ‘ Every day the world's population increases by , I syngenta
  4. 4. More food Less waste Make crops more efficient increase average productivity of the world's maior crops by 20% without using more land. water or inputs Improve the fertility of 10 million hectares of farmland on the brink of degradation Enhance biodiversity on 5 million hectares of farmland More health Less poverty Empower smallholders Look after Help people every worke stay safe Reach 20 million smallholders and enable them Strive for fair labor conditions throughout our entire supply chain network Train 20 million farm workers on labor safety, especially in developing countries to increase productivity by 50%
  5. 5. Research & Development investment in R&D and farmer training are important drivers declining discovery rates 9 changing cost Challenges
  6. 6. New pesticide active ingredient registrations in the United States 1 940 50 60 70 80 90 2000 Source: USDA, Economic Research Service analysis of data from the EPA Pesncide Product Information System
  7. 7. 7 4 . _ . 7 1 v l V Million constant 2006 U. S. dollars 300 $254 250 Registration . . Phase :1 Registration 200 D Environmental chemistry Development I: Toxicology Phase 15° 1 Field Trials 100 1 Chemistry : ] ToxicoIogy/ env. chemistry Research & 50 Discovery : ] Bi0|09Y Phase — E Chemistry 1 995 2000 2005 Costs of bringing a new agricultural chemical to the market Source: USDA. Economic Research Service using data from Fhl| |lpsMcDcuga| | (2010). Tne Cost of New Agrochemical Product Discovery. Development and Registration in 1995. 2000 and 2005-8, Consultancy Study for Crop Llle America
  8. 8. move from treating whole populations to treating the individual plant : — ' 711’ ~ / /1 ‘Y. ‘ W gt ‘x J/ // « ~ l l l _ ‘S i "there is no ‘blueprint’ approaches need to be tailored to the problem in each individual field" P53 / ’ wgw AHDB) » ~ HGCA / source: HGCA 2014. B| ack—grass: key messages
  9. 9. Tegra Rice Integrated Agriculture arm, -on integrating adjacent technologies to create new systems Plant Physiology
  10. 10. Integrated Agriculture needs Integrated Data I nteg rated rgcini/ :al; ::I‘; ‘r: :liinQ whole Dooulailons A individual plant g ' ‘N % ' M. 1 "there is no ‘blueprint’ approaches need to be tailored to the problem in Tuna! /ire
  11. 11. Approach and culture that energise integration Data integration Costs are significant Reduce the burden of repealed data Integration by using a standard way of Integrating Describe Share Reuse using W3C Semantic Web Standards lsiiaieq ise v a piece 0 Linkeii oaiia Email)‘ i- i. i.. n.u Entlrpdu nu. dncvvhrix , .n. ».m to/ puNnI4ng Vrufllflifl car: in rat ll ran be mui. ... ii and I-vrv-lm-v mm ilxalid . mi. (mallow In! man. we nnmauna . We : am1um can in a hit mi. ..i tpeconnoslollo ui . .mu smm.
  12. 12. Data Integration Costs are significant Grower Services / 75-2'-*1 Prediction Integration 3‘. E)lFlOiEQbI'. ‘.l'. EL : > L Cosh > frequently 80% of resource time and costs in data science are consumed in preparing 0 data for exploitation go /9
  13. 13. (not a solution - a piece of strategy “. .. Linked Enterprise Data describes a method of publishing structured data so that it can be interlinked and become more useful. ’’ 0 Data creation and sharing go hand-in-hand e We produce data in a way that can be connected to all aspects Syngenta The Linked Data Enterprise : An organization in which the act of information creation is lntlmately coupled with the act of information sharing. Individuals and groups continue to produce and consume information in ways that are specific to their own business needs. but they produce it In a way that can be connected to other aspects of the enterprise Source, Allemang. D. "Semantic Web and the Linked Data Enterprise". 2010, Springer. 3 Round Stones
  14. 14. Reduce the burden of repeated data integration by using a standard way of integrating Describe Share Reuse using W3C Semantic Web Standards mt a solutiofil
  15. 15. ’ Linked / |_inked A The data ecosystem What bioactivity is known for small molecule ‘x’, or its similar compounds, targeting protein ‘p’ ’? Syngenta Scientists ask Competency Questions of the Data, phrased using "real world” terms from the Concept Model Concept models describe R&D knowledge and the semantic vocabulary for Syngenta science Data Models link the scientists‘ ‘‘real world” terms to the raw data and information Data sets, both internal and external can be easily added to the federation
  16. 16. It-ill‘: §§‘. '3~i'i§ Brazil 119 (139) Syngenta Good Growth Plan nearly 3,600 farms spanning 41 countries and 23 different crops. ‘q. _. Central ‘[0l¢ll/39%| ‘ Europe sir: I"_ 90 (90) ntsilir IV ‘a’ =3 >'= /V» ' J‘ ls. - f§- > -1.1 &’i rars . 4,. r i . - IV’: hi ‘— g . Ki 2 — - _ ‘ ‘-c: .h, M~~, " A 5 . _ South East P" ' 3 "JV: Europe " } ’kfim)l 32 (160) j 860 reference farms (2,738 benchmark farms)
  17. 17. Syngenta's Open Data Journey 2015 Syngenta joined GODAN 60 colleagues trained by ODI Internal open data workshop 2016 Improve open data publication External open data workshop ' systems Sustaim Scale-up farm network ability
  18. 18. She can feed a hungry planet. We’re going to help her do it. X

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