WP1: Mapping and Analysis of Research and Innovation and Update of the Strategic Research Agenda. Jack Verhoosel, TNO Jan Erpenbach , BLE Christophe Guizard , IRSTEA Markus Loetscher , FOAG j email@example.com. ict-agri.eu. Goals of WP1.
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Jack Verhoosel, TNO
Jan Erpenbach, BLE
Christophe Guizard, IRSTEA
Markus Loetscher, FOAG
Focusseson one or more agriculturalchallenges, problemsandsubsectors. Select one or two SRA topics to focus on in first year action plan.
Detailedanalysis of the opportunitiesandhindrancesforfurtherprogress of the use of ICT androboticsfor a sustainableandcompetitiveagriculture.
Suggestsfor research, development, innovationandstandardization actions tostimulatesolutions.
Containsinformation aboutappropriate call mechanisms as discussedwith stakeholders.
Targets at WP2 calls, European RTD andinnovationprograms andstandardizationbodies, suchHorizon 2020, European InnovationPartnerships.
Action plan 1 Update of the Strategic Research Agenda
Action plan topic
Specific (research) problems call topics
implementation of standardisation
Top down solutions
Top down /
Bottom up solutions
Calls under ICT-AGRI2
Joint call withPPPs or other ERA-NETS
ICT-AGRI topics forprojectsunder Horizon2020
Using EIP via multi-actor projectsthematicnetworks
Focus groups of experts forproblemdescriptions
Generic call topics as well as specific call topics
Stimulate adoption of use of standards
Influencestandardisationbodies on workitems
Thematicnetworks, Focus groups
Partners: Help isneeded
Create a place to collectideas
Use Social network
Incentives to involve them:
Impact on action plan topics
Impact on priorities in calls
Invitationto focus group
Interactionwithother stakeholders andpeers
Tips and tricks:
Toidentify the major actors requiredfor establishment andimplementation of standardisationandtoidentifystrategic actions thatwillenhance a broadacceptanceanduse of standards.
A goodoverviewof howcurrent IT androbotics systems interoperateandhowstandardisationis beingused.
Indication of important gaps in thisstandardisationlandscape andactions on howtheycanbetackled.
Studythe available sources forcurrentstandardisation of ICT androbotics.
Identifyandinteractwith the important stakeholders (workshop at SmartAgriFood 2014).
Identifyactions toimproveimplementationand take up of ICT androbotics in agriculture.
Tomobilise the expertise in organisationsand companies supplying farmers with ICT androboticsforinternal farm purposes, business transactions or administrativecommunication.
The stakeholders include food chains, public services, advisory services, software houses, machine manufacturers(multinational, SMEs, farmers, EIP OperationalGroups)
Issues concerningfunding, IP rightsandcommercialisationwillbeaddressed.
Format for online input of mapping data in the MKB togetherwith WP4.
Mapping of research andinnovationneeds at national level.
Organiseand monitor mapping on the national level by ICT-AGRI-2 partners
Map the main stakeholders andtheir ICT solutions on the European level
Organise a variety of interactionsforconsultation of stakeholders (workshops, surveys, interviews, etc.)
Toprovideanupdatedandfurtherdevelopedversion of the SRA in whichall the new insightsgainedby the performance of ICT-AGRI-2 tasks.
The new version of the SRA willcontainrecommendationsbeyond the lifetime of ICT-AGRI-2.
Update Strategic Research andInnovation Agenda
Draft the strategic agenda on basis of solution pathwayshighlighted in the action plans.
Organisea workshop forconsultation of stakeholders with the updatedstrategicagenda
Publishthe updated Strategic Research andInnovation Agenda