The aim of the RES AGRI project is to put the farmer at the center of the data exchange in the agricultural sphere, offer a service at low cost... The aims of the global project RES-AGRI are to do a mapping the existing data exchange, to elaborate a development plan considering the field expectation, to test in real the technical and economical validity of the specified system through pilot project, to choose a technical plateform to prepare the deployment, to train users to the tools and to normalize the exchange by following UN/CEFACT rules.This document presents the project RESAGRI et is linked with the others documents of flow mapping (documents named GAE-1-…) and description sheets (documents named GAE-2-… and PJ-…). All the summaries of these documents are grouped in this one.
data exchange mapping
A breeding group has been built. It was driven by FIEA. The Institut de l’Elevage and IFIP pig Institut manage this group and the step of analysis. Some ARSOE participate to this group. Different focus groups have been built to do the work of analysis, to make a mapping of the flows. In breeding field, the groups are: Identification/ animal traceability, Animal genetic and insemination, Technical and economical/ commercial…dairy, Technical and economical/ commercial…meat, Animal feeding, Hygiene/vetinerary/sanitary.Flows have been identified in the breeding field:Identification and traceability for cattle (11 flows),Cattle genealogy (4 flows),Animal genetic insemination for dairy cattle (18 flows),Animal genetic insemination for meat cattle (5 flows),Identification and traceability for pig (13 flows),Animal genetic insemination for pig (36 flows),Identification and traceability for sheep and goat (7 flows),Animal genetic and insemination for dairy sheep (4 flows),Animal genetic and insemination for meat sheep (5 flows),Animal feeding (12 flows).The Resagri project has allowed by using the results of the GIEA project to implement the method UML-XML defined by the DGME (General Direction at the modernization of the State) in conformity with the UMM (Unified Modelling Method) defined by UN-CEFACT. The aim is to define XML message which is ebXML standard-reliant but the exchange scenarios have not been defined or approved by the agricultural group (TBG18) of UN-CEFACT.Three messages have been developed:Animal movements notification by the breeder to the identification data bases,The breeder’s request of the inventory of the cattle known in the local identification bases,The breeder’s request of brut data of dairy control collected by the technician and integrated in the national genetic information system.The interoperability by using these messages between the breeder’s IT system and the collective IT system will be tested on the basis of concrete systems.
Due to the different constraints and objectives of the different species and industry, adapted systems of traceability have been developed. The computerized data exchanges are increasing with the necessity to adapt to the user’s needs. The main syntax are VSE, EDIFACT and CSV. The VSE standard is the more used and it was born at the beginning of the year 90. It concerns about 30 messages. The ARSOE and the Institut de l’Elevage maintained these messages.
R.Rognant, G. Breuil, G. Gain, E. Rehben, A. Rouby, D. Trocmé
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Multi-partner databases, built over the last decade by organizations of the French Livestock sector, gather information about cattle farms located within a given area. Although their initial purpose was to provide information to the bodies who created them, they now increasingly address the information needs of breeders who, in the meantime are themselves progressively managing their farm and communicating with partners through computerized systems. Information systems of both organizations and breeders, necessarily interdependent, are bound to share a growing amount of data. In addition, new ICT facilitate exchanges and allow positive synergies to develop on sharded advantages for all : coherent reliable information, single data exchange point, cut of costs allowing durability of services and promotion of a global approach of cattle farms.
AM. Neeteson , G. Blériot, E. Rehben, M. Neuteboom, R. Aumüller, P. Oostenbach
The EADGENE Health Data Comparison Project consists of 3 phases. The pilot study (phase 1) indicated that, both across Europe and between species, animal health data collection is fragmented, but there are structures and systems in place that contain very valuable information. The work plan for phase 2 was based mainly around two workshops with stakeholders. At the two workshops the knowledge and technical input from experts of different bodies dealing with subjects of animal health data collection on notifiable diseases was communicated. The workshops made clear that there is added value for all species to build animal health data systems but with clear differences between species regarding the way of implementation and of application. This can only be obtained by good involvement of stakeholders from the start with a bottom-up approach. Implementation of the recommendations of phase 2 will represent phase 3 of the project.
poster at the conference 2010Precision Dairy Management in Toronto
This document is a poster which has been presented at the conference “2010 Precision Dairy Management” in Toronto from 2 to 4 march 2010. It presents the state of art in France in term of data exchange between the collective information system and the dairy breeders. Two projects were launched to facilitate partnership with farmer’s service suppliers and to avoid double data typing : the EDEL project of data exchanges between management softwares of cattle breeders and the national genetic information system and the ori-Automats project of data exchanges between milking system, automatic feeding systems and herd management software.
This document deals with the specifications of the use of XML messages which are produced by the EDEL tool for the exchange of data between the SNIG (national genetic information system) and the breeders who have a computer. This document describes the context and the general architecture, the organization of the system, the events which are restored from the SNIG to the holdings, the XML messages and the data dictionary.
ICT Tool in animl farming
The objective of this document is to describe the modalities of exchanges of XML data with the EDEL tool between the breeders and the national genetic information system. It allows, in particular software editors who develop software for breeders to be able to send, receive and treat XML messages which deal with data from animals of the holding and public stud male.
The paper analyses the development and the prospects of organic farming in the Slovak Republic – structure of land use, legislation, support payments as well as a short description of the organic market. Ecological system of agricultural farming is currently in use in more than 120 countries of the world and there is a growing interest in this way of agricultural production also in the Slovak Republic. Organic farming started in Slovakia in the early 1990s and at present accounts for a marginal share of the general agricultural production but significant development can be expected now due to the accession to the European Union.
Production of ecological foods has series of uniqueness from production through technological process until distribution and stocking. Since nearly 50 % of the territory of Slovakia is located in marginal regions, in which the economical activities are limited, the organic farming becomes more and more important. Some fields of the organic farming are at present secured in the Slovak Republic on the appropriate level (legislation, endowment, inspection system, central database) but on the contrary there are fields, which are not adequately developed and their further development is necessary systematically and within new conditions to support (research, counselling, education, advertising, information, proccesing support).