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Industrial the Fsm -Project Overview

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Big Data PPP Industrial Data Platforms - Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability
To start identifying synergies and to learn how different projects will address key data collection, sharing, integration, and exploitation challenges, a series of webinars have been organized under the umbrella of this Big Data Value PPP. These webinars are also organized by BDVA, BDVe project, and other projects which are part of this PPP.

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Industrial the Fsm -Project Overview

  1. 1. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 1 TheFSMThe Food Safety Market: an SME-powered industrial data platform to boost the competitiveness of European food certification Co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union Grant Agreement Number 871703 The FSM: PROJECT OVERVIEW www. foodsafetymarket.eu BIG DATA PPP INDUSTRIAL DATA PLATFORMS: TOWARDS CROSS- SECTORIAL OPTIMIZATION AND TRACEABILITY – 7/5/2020 Theo KONTOGIANNIS AGROKNOW
  2. 2. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 2 Meet Anna, a food safety professional in a supermarket chain
  3. 3. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 3 Happening now at a supermarket near you ©Al Bello | Getty Images
  4. 4. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 4 PROJECT PROFILE Project Acronym: TheFSM Project title: The Food Safety Market: an SME-powered industrial data platform to boost the competitiveness of European food certification Starting date: 01/02/2020 Duration: 36 months Instrument: H2020-ICT-2019-2, ICT-13-2018-2019: Supporting the emergence of data markets and the data economy Contribution of the European Union: €4.8 million
  5. 5. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 5 OUR MISSION To create a transparent data-powered certification ecosystem for a safe food supply chain.
  6. 6. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 6 11 PARTNERS FROM 8 EU COUNTRIES INVOLVED
  7. 7. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 7 A DIGITAL BOOST FOR FOOD CERTIFICATION An industrial data platform to give a digital boost to the way food certification takes place in Europe. • state-of-art blockchain technologies • open and collaborative virtual environment • exchange and connection of data between different food safety actors • extensive piloting with European providers of inspection and certification services
  8. 8. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 8 POSITIONING OF TheFSM
  9. 9. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 9 MAIN OBJECTIVES & KEY INNOVATIONS
  10. 10. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 10 PROJECT OBJECTIVES • To understand in depth the needs of critical business scenarios on food safety specifications & translate them into detailed technical, organizational, legal and commercial requirements for TheFSM platform. • To develop both the backbone and the front-end services of TheFSM platform so that it may fully support secured and controlled data sharing workflows and transactions critical to inspection and certification • To set up eleven (11) pilots where food companies and their supply chain stakeholders will test, improve and drive the adoption of the data platform and the linked software tools. • To design, implement and validate a commercial strategy that will drive the adoption of TheFSM from key players of the certification sector and other stakeholders around the world.
  11. 11. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 11 KEY TECH ADVANCEMENTS OF TheFSM 1. Advanced semantic technologies that can enable highly sophisticated data interoperability and integration capabilities. 2. Advanced multilinguality for both textual information and data ontologies. 3. A multi-sided data brokerage service 4. Big data indexing, processing and visualization capabilities to support real-time data processing and food risk model execution.
  12. 12. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 12 USE CASES AND DATA SETS INVOLVED
  13. 13. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 13
  14. 14. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 14 • 11 Pilots where food companies and their supply chain stakeholders will test, improve and drive the adoption of the data platform and the linked software tools. • 10 countries: Greece, Netherlands, Italy, Romania, Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Cyprus, Egypt, Jordan
  15. 15. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 15 BUSINESS NEEDS OF FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN STAKEHOLDERS • Easier and more reliable access to the data about the food companies or agricultural producers they inspect (certification bodies) • Easier and more reliable access to the data concerning their suppliers and product lots arriving at their premises (food distributors & retailers) • Easy ways to share in the appropriate formats the data that they monitor, measure and document about food safety of their products and compliance of their facilities (farmers and food manufacturers)
  16. 16. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 16 FORESEEN OUTCOMES • Specialize and adapt each one of the critical business scenarios to the local needs of food companies and their supply chain stakeholders. • Ensure that they channel secure and trusted data through the platform. • Establish a group of local stakeholders around each innovation pilot that will engage food companies and their supply chain stakeholders in each pilot. • Implementation of each pilot in well calculated iterations that will gradually onboard actual clients and increase the volume of business that is executed through the platform.
  17. 17. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 17 DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION PERFORMANCE How are we going to measure success? • # of food companies being primary users within each innovation pilot • # of iterations during the implementation of each pilot • % of actual business revenue that each certification partner subsidiary will be enabling through the platform after the project ends
  18. 18. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 18 DATA IN TheFSM • Food certification requires a wide variety of data formats and types, and (of course) standards. • Indicative data types: farm measurements, lab test reports, inspection documentation, real-time food processing measurements, product recipes, supplier information, food recalls, border rejections • Key ontologies like GS1 will be used to develop mappings towards external information systems and registries. • Set-up a semantic backbone that will incorporate important data types and vocabularies that GFSI certification schemes require. • Multilinguality is a key, especially when dealing with pilots and inspections in multiple countries (i.e. English, German, Dutch, Italian, Romanian, Greek, Croatian; and Arabic).
  19. 19. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 19 EXPECTED BUSINESS IMPACT
  20. 20. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 20 MARKET DATA • An evident need for digital transformation and disruption • Blockchain-powered data sharing for food traceability already adopted by retailers such as Walmart and Carrefour • Food certification market: valued $8.8 B in 2019 - $11.45 B in 2023 • 500,000 food producers already complying to at least one major certification scheme
  21. 21. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 21 The FSM ASPIRATIONS • 800 certificates issued via TheFSM platform • Enable automated, predictable and secure food certification data exchange • Fully digitization of food safety data transactions • Lower the cost of certification (remote audits) • Support localized needs of EU food SMEs & help them respond to the digitalization challenge • Enhance the innovation capacity of EU certification bodies, IT service providers, food SMEs • Empower the EU agtech & foodtech ecosystem by matching innovative ICT SMEs with key players of industrial certification
  22. 22. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 22 ENVIRONMENTAL & SOCIAL IMPACT • Contribute to the farm-to-table integrated EU Food Safety policy • Assure effective and transparent control systems and evaluate compliance to EU standards (imported organic products, PDO/ PGI EU products) • Food hygiene: easier for farm-to-fork EU standards compliance • Animal health: control & verification of sanitary controls & feed safety • Plant health: monitoring of GAP application and disease spread eradication • Contaminants & residues: easier residue monitoring & food safety standards compliance • Increase citizen trust to the EU food sector through transparent and reliable food safety data sharing.
  23. 23. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 23 CHALLENGES (TO BE) FACED REGARDING DATA
  24. 24. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 24 FOUR MAIN DATA CHALLENGES • Food safety data interoperability and semantics ◦ Model, interlink and connect different food safety data types and ontologies (HACCP, ISO, GFSI) • Multilinguality support for localized food safety applications • Automated smart contracts for food safety data transactions ◦ Integration of the platform with 3rd party systems • Real-time processing and big data storage and visualization
  25. 25. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 25 DEMOCRATIZATION OF FOOD SAFETY DATA A European platform for secure and controlled sharing of proprietary and commercially sensitive data related to food safety risk assessment and certification.
  26. 26. BDVA PPP: Towards cross-sectorial optimization and traceability WWW.FOODSAFETYMARKET.EU 26 CONTACTS CONSORTIUM Theo Kontogiannis Project Communication| Agroknow theo@agroknow.com Nikos Manouselis Project Coordinator| Agroknow nikosm@agroknow.com

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