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Publications relating to the FutureFarm project

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Machine-readable encoding for definitions of decisions in precision agriculture

FutureFarm WP 4 deals with the task “Knowledge Management in the FMIS of tomorrow”. The set of deliverables splits this task in different subtasks. FutureFarm deliverable D4.1.1 specifies an encoding for agricultural production standards, which serves as a data exchange format for structured, machine readable documents published by some authority or similar consisting sets of rules which farmers may adhere to. Deliverable D4.2 specifies interfaces for a catalogue and rule service in order to discover and distribute these standards.

Compliance to standards specifications

The future farm should be complied with standards to ensure competitiveness in international markets as well as sound environmental standards. A number of standards are available at Global, European, National, Regional and Terrestrial level. The standards are divided into voluntary and compulsory standards and each farm; region; country has differently implemented the directives, regulations and other standards that they have to comply with. This work package has investigated five  major standards: Cross Compliance; Organic Farming; Integrated Crop Management; Water Policy; INSPIRE.

Workshop - strategies for adoption of knowledge management

     The "FutureFarm Validation workshop" was organized in Prague University of Live Science in Czech Republic. Prague University was chosen for its attractive geographic position and its ability to host this Validation workshop during the International Conference for Information Systems in Agriculture and Forestry in May 11th - 12th, 2010.

Machine Readable Encoding for Definitions of Agricultural Crop Production and Farm Management Standards

This document describes the initial draft of a machine-readable encoding format for the definition of agricultural crop production and farm management standards. These standards may be:

Initial costs structure and factor productivity-Potential savings/benefits from better precision farming and information managem

This paper describes the initial costs structure and potential benefits and savings from different precision farming technologies and farm information management systems (FIMS) in arable farming. Focus is on the potential costs and benefits at the farm level of different intelligent and information-intensive systems used in the production of commonly grown crops. So far most of these commercial and pre-commercial systems have been applied in cereal production, but for some of these systems they may be adapted for use in other cropping systems.  

 

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