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Open Farm Management Information System Supporting Ecological and Economical Tasks

Abstract : A Farm Management Information System (FMIS) is a sophisticated tool managing geospatial data and functionalities as it provides answers to two basic questions: what has happened and where. The presented FOODIE (Farm-Oriented Open Data in Europe) and DataBio (Data-Driven Bioeconomy) approach may be recognized as an OpenFMIS, where environmental and reference geospatial data for precision agriculture are provided free of charge. On the other hand, added-value services like yield potential, sensor monitoring, and/or machinery fleet monitoring are provided on a paid basis through standardised Web services due to the costs of hardware and non-trivial computations. Results, i.e. reference, environmental and farm-oriented geospatial data, may be obtained from the FOODIE platform. All such results of whatever kind are used in the European DataBio project in order to minimise the environmental burden while maximising the economic benefits.
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Tomáš Řezník, Karel Charvát, Vojtěch Lukas, Karel Charvát Junior, Michal Kepka, et al.. Open Farm Management Information System Supporting Ecological and Economical Tasks. 12th International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems (ISESS), May 2017, Zadar, Croatia. pp.221-233, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-89935-0_19⟩. ⟨hal-01852637⟩

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