Pilots

The Greenhouse Management prototype is a Future Internet compliant framework which takes into account real data (e.g. weather data) from sensors and provides it to a Farm Management System (FMS) in order to take smart decisions regarding actions that need to be done and will eventually lead to the increase of the farm’s productivity. A further ellaborated explanation of the pilot can be found in the attached PDF file.

The Smart Spraying Pilot targeted to investigate and demonstrate the requirements for Future Internet technologies from the point of view of Precision Agriculture and beyond.The scope of the pilot was to tackle the complexity related to precision spraying operation management and diversity of farms with different business goals and resource. A further ellaborated explanation of the pilot can be found in the attached PDF file.

The FFV pilot concentrates on the topics transparency and information exchange between agri-food enterprises which includes the management, tracking and tracing of the product and returnable packaging in order to enable the provision of product quality information from actors to actors in a supply network. A further ellaborated explanation of the pilot can be found in the attached PDF file.

The PF pilot has analysed and demonstrated the possibilities of Future Internet technologies for dynamic Quality Controlled Logistics in floricultural supply chains. The purpose of this pilot is to improve flower quality for the consumer, reduce waste, improve transport capacity utilization and reduce lead-times in the supply chain. A further ellaborated explanation of the pilot can be found in the attached PDF file.

The TIC pilot targets all the mechanisms that enable consumers to request information of a specific product using their Smartphone before/during and after their shopping process. so they only get the right product attributes of their interest according to their consumer shopping profile. A further ellaborated explanation of the pilot can be found in the attached PDF file.

As end-consumers use Smartphones to scan product barcodes and get instantly detailed information while shopping, the scope here is a transparency system for Tracking, Tracing and consumer Awareness of Meat (TTAM) in high-throughput meat supply chains using batchwise data on each stage of the processing. A further ellaborated explanation of the pilot can be found in the attached PDF file.