The S3P Agri-food on Traceability and Big data is taking part in the Smart Regions 2.0 Conference due to take place in Helsinki on 1-2 June.
On 1 June the thematic partnership is giving a presentation during parallel session 2C: Investing in agri-food and is playing an active in the subsequent structured group discussions.
On 2 June the thematic partnership is organising an open networking / matchmaking event from 12:00 – 14:30. Issues to be tackled are the state of the play and progress made in the partnership since the 1st Technical Meeting held in Seville in March 2017. In addition, partners are presenting regional policies, experiences and successful cases and new S3P Agri-food thematic partnerships will share their experience in order to identify synergies.The S3P Agri-food on Traceability and Big data is also participating in the Smart Regions 2.0 Exhibition with a stand to present the partnership and related-initiatives.
The first technical meeting of the thematic partnership on Traceability and Big data took place in Seville (Spain) on 28th and 29th March. The thematic partnership intends to facilitate the incorporation of the relevant digital technologies and data application in new and existing agri-food sector value chains. Over 100 participants attended the event in Seville. Further information about the event can be found on this page.
About the Partnership
The thematic partnership aims at encouraging, motivating and facilitating the incorporation of necessary digital technologies and data application in agri-food sector value chains.
To focus and to foster a rich debate in which the proposals of the interested regions can be integrated in the project a work programme will be built around a number of specific topics. To develop each topic, it is suggested to start from a common foundation based on the overall opportunities for the agri-food sector:
More complete and trusted information available to consumers.
Smart information systems for companies and the public administration.
Territorial cooperation as basis for the transfer of technology and research outcomes, experiences, research staff and between companies, in those regions that are interested in this topic.
The shared value that will generate added value in all stages of the chain that will have an impact on the rest of phases and in society and the territories at large.
Improvement of business competitiveness, resilience and sustainability and creation of new businesses.
Focus and topics
Three specific and one cross-cutting topics are proposed:
a) Specific topic 1. Traceability and Big Data in the 'Lifecycles of the value chain'
b) Specific topic 2. Traceability and Big Data in the 'Smart monitoring of the value chain (agricultural production, agri-food industry, logistics, distribution and consumers) to improve the overall competitiveness of the agri-food sector'
c) Specific topic 3. Traceability and Big Data to 'incorporate consumer experience and the different operators in the food chain in decision-making processes'
d) Cross-cutting topic 1. Open data, interoperability, data governance and information security, cyber security.
Andalusia (ES) and Emilia-Romagna (IT)
Friuli-Venezia-Giulia (IT), Sardinia (IT), Extremadura (ES), Navarre (ES), The Basque Country (ES), Galicia (ES), Limburg (NL), Pays de la Loire (FR), Brittany (FR), South Savo (FI), South Ostrobothnia (FI), Satakunta (FI), Central Macedonia (GR), Hajdú-Bihar (HU), South Transdanubia (Dél-Dunántúl, HU) and Middle Black Sea Region (TR).
Clusters from the regions: Alentejo (PT), Basilicata (IT) and Northern Ireland (UK).
Ricardo Domínguez García Baquero -Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development of Andalusia (Viceminister), Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Judit Anda Ugarte - Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development of Andalusia (Technical Advisor of Vice Minister), Email: email@example.com
Additional information and documents
Conclusions of the 1st Technical Meeting of the Thematic Partnership (Seville, 28-29 March 2017)