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Title: Hafize Gunsu Gemesi1 hgguldeniastate.edu, Charles R. Hurburgh2 tatryiastate.edu


1
GIS Based Agricultural Geo-Traceability Model
w w w. g r a i n l a b. o r g
Hafize Gunsu Gemesi1 (hggulden_at_iastate.edu),
Charles R. Hurburgh2 (tatry_at_iastate.edu) 1
Department of Agricultural and Biosystems
Engineering, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 1,2
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
Definition of Traceability ISO 8402
GIS for Field Activity Mapping
  • The ability to trace the history, application
  • location of an entity by means of recorded
  • Identifications
  • GIS connects to simultaneous serial real-time
    data streams in the field (i.e. GPS, SCUFA,
    10-AU)
  • GIS combines incoming data and maps the readings
    in real-time as subsequent dots.
  • The subsequent GPS readings (combine, cart) are
    overlaid on a rectified aerial photograph so that
    the actual position of each activity in relation
    to the study area (Farm) can be determined.

Project Objectives
  • Provide information for specific production
    practices (IP, organic, etc.)
  • Visualize traceability data in a clear and
    intuitive way on maps and make use of GIS to
    study the relationships between environment and
    the production parcels
  • Creation of information system that is compliant
    with legal requirements (FDA Bioterrorism Act,
    ISO 22000 2005, etc.)
  • Visual demonstration of product movement

Geographical Traceability in Agriculture
  • Acquisition and processing of geographic
    referenced farm level data
  • Geographical traceability indicators will relate
    production lots and their
  • environment.
  • web based infrastructure manage geographical
    traceability information

Tools
  • ArcGIS 9.2
  • ArcSDE Enterprise Database Management Software
  • 2005 SQL Server database
  • Figure 2 above shows partial GIS based Farm
    Traceability Model

Results
  • Figure 4 above shows the real-time data
    acquisition for a single lot

Next Steps
  • Figure 3 above shows the lot dynamics and
    transformation of lots at the farm
  • Creation of web based infrastructure that will
    help to manage geographical traceability
    information
  • Creation of Geo-identifier
  • A geo-identifier locates a map object or a
    production parcel while an agricultural product
    is processed.
  • Figure 1 above shows the how farm management
    data can be related to specific geographic
    location (LOT) by using GIS based database
    management tool
  • Analysis of new ISO 22000 Food Safety and
    TraceCore Standards and integrated of GIS
    traceability concept
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