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A global linked and open data infrastructure for agricultural development

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Valeria Pesce, FAO / GFAR, Italy.
Presented at the BigDataEurope workshop on Societal Challenge 2 "food and agriculture", held in Paris at INRA on 22 September 2015.

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A global linked and open data infrastructure for agricultural development

  1. 1. A global linked and open data infrastructure for agricultural development Valeria Pesce Global Forum on Agricultural Research Food and Agriculture Organization of the United nations
  2. 2. BDE proposed infrastructure • ICT infrastructure • Computing infrastructure • One re-depolyable generic infrastructure, n “Domain-specific Big Data Integrator Instances” • These tools may all be thought of as generic tools and they will be available as options in the generic plat-form. However, individual domains are likely to need more specialised tools and datasets
  3. 3. The ag-data context • Different actors have built several infrastructural components over the years under the umbrellas of different initiatives and projects • Mostly vocabularies, authority data, online tools, APIs; mostly for non-big data • Little work on computational services IGAD group
  4. 4. “Positioning” this infrastructure within the ag-data context • Open data for agricultural development is big and non-big data • Beyond all the additional features (the 3 Vs) of being “big”, big data still also have the same features as other non-big data • A dedicated big data infrastructure should be aware of and interlink with other existing infrastructural elements in a distributed and inter-linked ecosystem
  5. 5. Re-usable software Interoperable vocabularies Authority Some existing infrastructural components 5 Registries
  6. 6. Some existing infrastructural components 6 Interoperable vocabularies Authority Registries Re-usable software
  7. 7. Registries Description vocabularies Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabulariesRe-usable software Some existing infrastructural components
  8. 8. Registries AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabulariesRe-usable software Some existing infrastructural components
  9. 9. Registries AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabulariesRe-usable software Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Some existing infrastructural components
  10. 10. APIs Registries AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabulariesRe-usable software Vocabulary tools VocBench Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Some existing infrastructural components
  11. 11. APIs Registries AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabulariesRe-usable software Vocabulary tools VocBench Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Some existing infrastructural components
  12. 12. APIs Registries AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabulariesRe-usable software Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Cloud / SaaS tools Vocabulary tools CM / DM tools VocBench Some existing infrastructural components
  13. 13. APIs Registries AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabulariesRe-usable software Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Cloud / SaaS tools Vocabulary tools CM / DM tools VocBench Processing APIs agINFRA BioCatalogue APIs Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Some existing infrastructural components
  14. 14. APIs Registries AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabulariesRe-usable software Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Cloud / SaaS tools Vocabulary tools CM / DM tools VocBench Processing APIs agINFRA BioCatalogue APIs Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Datasets Vocabularies APIs Some existing infrastructural components
  15. 15. APIs Registries Cloud / SaaS tools Shared URIs AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabularies Datasets Vocabularies APIs Re-usable software Vocabulary tools CM / DM tools VocBench Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Processing APIs agINFRA BioCatalogue APIs Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Some existing infrastructural components
  16. 16. APIs Registries Cloud / SaaS tools Shared URIs Grid jobs Grid workflows AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabularies Datasets Vocabularies APIs Re-usable software Vocabulary tools agINFRA CM / DM tools VocBench Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Processing APIs agINFRA BioCatalogue APIs Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Some existing infrastructural components
  17. 17. APIs Registries Cloud / SaaS tools Shared URIs Grid jobs Grid workflows AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabularies Datasets Vocabularies APIs Re-usable software Vocabulary tools agINFRA CM / DM tools VocBench Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Processing APIs agINFRA BioCatalogue APIs Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Some existing infrastructural components
  18. 18. BDE software stack
  19. 19. BDE in context • An infrastructure that minimises the disruption to current workflows • An adaptable, easy to deploy and use solution, which will allow the interest-ed user groups and stakeholders to extend their Big Data solutions or introduce Big Data technology to their business processes Big Data Aggregator platform
  20. 20. APIs Registries Cloud / SaaS tools Shared URIs Infrastructural components Grid jobs Grid workflows AGROVOC NALT GACS Gene Ontology Soil Terms Local KOSs Controlled lists etc. Description vocabularies KOSs Darwin Core INSPIRE DCAT etc. Interoperable vocabularies Datasets Vocabularies APIs Re-usable software Vocabulary tools agINFRA CM / DM tools VocBench Authority Persons Institutions Projects etc. Authority Processing APIs agINFRA BioCatalogue APIs Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger BDE platform
  21. 21. BDE platform in ag-data infrastructure APIs Cloud / SaaS tools Shared URIs Re-usable software Vocabulary tools CM / DM tools VocBench Processing APIs agINFRA BioCatalogue APIs Vocabulary APIs Agrovoc WS Climate Tagger Registries Grid jobs Grid workflows agINFRA Interoperable vocabularies Authority
  22. 22. BDE approach • One re-depolyable generic infrastructure, n “Domain- specific Big Data Integrator Instances” • Provide a comprehensive test-beds for the evaluation of the BDE Aggregator Platform according to the requirements of the respective societal domain; • Carefully select pilot use cases, across different domains, so that they are adequate test beds but self- sustainable systems beyond the action’s end; • These tools may all be thought of as generic tools and they will be available as options in the generic plat- form. However, individual domains are likely to need more specialised tools and datasets
  23. 23. Conclusion • We would like the new big data infrastructure to be interlinked with existing infrastructural components
  24. 24. Thank you Valeria Pesce Global Forum on Agricultural Research Food and Agriculture Organization of the United nations

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