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Towards the development of smart agriculture infrastructure in Wielkopolska region

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Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center
Raul Palma
Semantic Technologies Coordinator
Network Services Division
22/10/2...

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Towards the development of smart agriculture
infrastructure in Wielkopolska region
Raul Palma
October 2015

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How to build a smart infrastructurein theregion ?
• Identifying andengaging stakeholders
• Defining scenarios andgoals
• S...

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Towards the development of smart agriculture infrastructure in Wielkopolska region

  1. 1. Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center Raul Palma Semantic Technologies Coordinator Network Services Division 22/10/2015. Lisbon, Portugal
  2. 2. Towards the development of smart agriculture infrastructure in Wielkopolska region Raul Palma October 2015
  3. 3. How to build a smart infrastructurein theregion ? • Identifying andengaging stakeholders • Defining scenarios andgoals • Setting up the base infrastructure • Building and/ordeploying smart servicesand applications • Testing and usertrialing • Disseminating activities and results Experiencesandlessonslearned
  4. 4. Identifying and engaging stakeholders Coveringtheoverall ecosystem R&D • PoznanUniversityofLifeSciences (PULS) • InstituteofPlantGeneticsPAS (IGR) • InstituteofPlantProtection(IOR) • InstituteofMeteorologyandWaterManagement(IMGW) • InstituteofSoilScience andPlant Cultivation(IUNG) • ResearchInstituteofHorticulture Public bodies • WielkopolskaAgriculturalAdvisoryCentre(WODR) • WielkopolskaChamberofAgriculture(WIR) • InstituteofGeodesyandCartography(WODGiK) • RegionalAdvisoryCentres Business • ALMA SA • NetICTechSA • WielkopolskaICTCluster • GrupaAzotyZakładyAzotowePuławySA • Grześkowiak Reaching individual farmer is hard!
  5. 5. Defining scenariosand goals Examples Wielkpolska Agricultural Advisory Center  Tasks:  Implementation of innovative solutions  Promoting good results in the region  training, presentations and demonstrations in farms  Network of demonstration farms ~ 100  Participate in the implementation of innovative solutions  Promote good results in the region  Animal Production Profiles  Plant Production Profiles  Practices carried on by students  Initiated collaboration with PSNC in FOODIE project:  Proposed use case for agro-meteorological forecasts DSS  Associated with the obligation to apply principles of integrated pest management by professional users of plant protection products  Scenarios:  Scenario A – Data on crop and weather data.  Scenario B – Modeling diseases and pests.  Scenario C – Presentation of data and calculation results.  Scenario D – Notifications  Driving requirements for marketplace in the agri-food sector
  6. 6. Defining scenariosand goals • Universityof Life Sciences inPoznan, Facultyof Agricultureand Bioengineering (PULS) – Collaborationin the context of SmartAgriFoodproject – Support and assessment of SMEsdeveloping smart application forthe agri-foodsector • Wielkopolska Chamber of Agriculture(WIR) – Established communication – Requirements forfarmers • Consultants and formermembers of the Instituteof Meteorology and Water Management(IMGW)Poznan branch – Established communication – Draftscenarios on water management: • ScenarioA – Smallwaterretentionin delimitedarea. • ScenarioB – Properwaterconditionsadvise. • ScenarioC – Maintenanceofreclamationfacilitiesandslow-flowingwaterstreamsinprotectionofenvironment • ScenarioD – Impactofclimate changesin theproductionovertime Moreexamples
  7. 7. Setting up the infrastructure Polish e-Infrastructure: driving force for ICT innovation ecosystems • 21 Academic Optical Based MAN • 5 HPC (High Performance Computing) Centers • Connected with owned fiber infrastructure – PIONIER network (Polish Optical Internet) • Science Services Platform – PLATON – VC,eduroam,campus, archiving,science HDTV • Digital Libraries Federation • National Data Storage HPC infrastructure at PSNC: production QA environment • Computing power, archive systems, Internet and network services, cloud infrastructure provider • FIWARE-lab node: PaaS, account, monitoring, SDC Foundationsandexample Goal: Integration and implementation of scientific research results via the development of services for public administration, healthcare, education and the social area. Example: FOODIE cloud
  8. 8. Building, deploying and integrating datasets, servicesand applications • FOODIE Marketplace developed by PSNC – virtual space that connects consumers and producers of agricultural data and applications – for offering/selling resources – for enabling their collaboration – main driver: WODR • BII tools deployed at PSNC for – storage of phenotypic data in ISA-TAB format – main driver: IPG – PAS (pilot project) – Vision: creation of polish Elixir node • Resources at the region/national level to integrate – DSS on treatment of late potato blight (WODR) – DSS in protection against rust brown (IOR) – Meteo stations network (WODR/IOR/others) – Regional Knowledge base in agriculture (WODR) – Farmers statistics (Advisory centers) – Epidemic Disease Forecasting System (Plant Genetics) … • Smart apps developed by SMEs in SAF2 project – Deployed in FIWARE-lab – Supported by PSNC (technical & trailing in the region) Examples
  9. 9. User trialing anddissemination activities • Identification of potential trial sites in theregion – WODR’s network of(~100) demonstration farms – Farms varyon size (6-3200 ha), production type, and conditions – Enabling the communication between farmers andapplication developers • E.g.,SmartAgriFood project funds development of smart farmapps, now tostart trialingperiod • Identification of relevant events in theregion – ~15 per yearwith participation of multiple farmers andother stakeholders – According toWODR the best wayto disseminate services/applications is at such events • Includetraining – On site, e.g., in the farmsidentified we can dotrainings, presentations anddemonstrations in collaboration with the advisory centers – On events, including conference, seminars, workshops, etc. Initialstepsandexamples
  10. 10. PoznańSupercomputingandNetworkingCenter ul. Noskowskiego 12/14, 61-704 Poznań, POLAND, Office: phone center: (+48 61) 858-20-00, fax: (+48 61) 852-59-54, e-mail: office@man.poznan.pl, http://www.psnc.pl affiliatedto theInstituteof BioorganicChemistryof the PolishAcademyof Sciences,

Notas do Editor

  • NETICTECH
    Development of the Future Internet services, including e-health, e-government, smart cities, new media and content
    Development of mobile applications, deployment of Internet of Things technologies

  • Service model
    Developers cloud
    Iaas+
    End-users cloud
    SaaS
    Deployment model
    Private cloud
    HPC at PSNC
    Community/Mixed in the future
    Currently: 10 VMs
  • Features
    Search and find datasets, services and applications
    Publish datasets, services and applications
    Support different access methods (free, paid, vouchers, etc.)
    Integration with billing services
    Social features
    User management
    Integration with Semantic Annotation Service

    WODR driving user requirements

    BII-Manager: application that validates ISA-Tab formatted reports and persist encoded information to database backend
    BII Web application: database front-end


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