Building an interoperable space for smart agriculture

Roussaki, Ioanna and Doolin, Kevin and Skarmeta, Antonio and Routis, George and Lopez-Morales, Juan Antonio and Claffey, Ethel and Mora, Manuel and Martinez, Juan Antonio (2022) Building an interoperable space for smart agriculture. Digital Communications and Networks. ISSN 2468-5925 (In Press)

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The digital transformation in agriculture introduces new challenges in terms of data, knowledge and technology adoption due to critical interoperability issues, and also challenges regarding the identification of the most suitable data sources to be exploited and the information models that must be used. DEMETER (Building an Interoperable, Data-Driven, Innovative and Sustainable European Agri-Food Sector) addresses these challenges by providing an overarching solution that integrates various heterogeneous hardware and software resources (e.g., devices, networks, platforms) and enables the seamless sharing of data and knowledge throughout the agri-food chain. This paper introduces the main concepts of DEMETER and its reference architecture to address the data sharing and interoperability needs of farmers, which is validated via two rounds of 20 large-scale pilots along the DEMETER lifecycle. This paper elaborates on the two pilots carried out in region of Murcia in Spain, which target the arable crops sector and demonstrate the benefits of the deployed DEMETER reference architecture.

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Additional Information: Funding Information: This paper is based on work carried out under the H2020 DEMETER project (Grant Agreement No 857202 ) that is funded by the European Commission under H2020-EU.2.1.1 ( DT-ICT-08-2019 ). Publisher Copyright: © 2022 Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications
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Date Deposited: 19 Oct 2022 23:13
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