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Title: eFarmer CAPrelated and Countryspecific eContent Management


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eFarmer CAP-related and Country-specific
eContent Management
  • SZIE eFarmer
  • Research Group
  • Professional Contribution
  • to the Project

EFITA/WCCA Joint Conference 2005Vila Real,
Portugal, 26-28 July 2005
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Project Objectives
  • Strategic objective Improving and enhancing the
    flow of information within CAP, relating to
    various aid (priorities SAPS, national top-up
    and LFA) options from state administration to
    farmers of V-4 countries.
  • Technical objective Implementing user friendly
    eCMS and form flow generator modules to support
    efficient and sustainable CAP content
    transformation.
  • Supplementary objectives
  • Introduction of web services to assist farmers
  • Electronic claim submission using eFarmer content
    (rules, manuals, form templates, etc.) as input
    source,
  • Establishment of pilot groups of eFarmer user
    network demonstrating eFarmer content
    communication services for farmer community.

Based on eFarmer project documentation
3
Business Model
Source eFarmer project documentation
4
Members of the project consortium
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Tasks of SZIE Research Group
  • CAP- and CoAP-specific content transformation
    (emphatic parts SAPS, national top-ups and LFA)
  • Exploring, extracting and structuring the primary
    information sources in the EU and Hungary.
  • Exploring the needs of the potential users
  • Developing the additional value-added services
  • Isolating the generic and country-specific
    aspects of content management (Almost every kind
    of knowledge items/services - like
    data-visualisation based on FAO- and
    FADN-services, usergroup-specific document
    services might have both generic and
    country-specific character.)

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Generic solutions
  • Classes of potential primer content (numeric
    data, text, multimedia objects)
  • Textual e.g. press monitoring for V4-related
    news
  • Textual e.g. official documents of aid claiming
  • Numeric e.g. FADN-, MIS-, FAO-, CAPRI-data for
    benchmarking
  • Multimedia e.g. online stored fragments of radio
    broadcasting, movie-clips of TV broadcasting
  • Appearance of this content
  • User group-specific document/data providing (a
    special kind of newsletters edited by experts)
  • Online reports (data visualisation pre-defined
    and/or self-structured)

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Information value-added
In a content management project, extra utility
(information value-added) can be established
through
  • Saving of time the necessary documents/data can
    be found quicker through integration of relevant
    items.
  • Enhanced comprehensiveness of results all
    relevant documents/data can be found through
    systematic exploring of items.
  • Enhanced reliability of results the overall
    quality of documents is better trough checking of
    different sources.

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Legitimation
  • Information sources (research institutes,
    professional journals etc.) The strategy
    (integrating and structuring) is acknowledged and
    supported.
  • Information and Extension System Providers
    (mediators)
  • Automated claim submission on the base of
    detailed (official) farm data for accounting for
    large-scale farms already covered, real
    assistance is needed GAEC, traceability, QA,
    cross compliance
  • Supporting accounting and planning for small
    farmers is non-existing yet (despite of general
    prescription)
  • Primary users (potential efarmers, farmers,
    authorities, labour organisations) The
    experiences coming from questionnaires are (will
    be) taken into account during the development
    process.

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Stakeholders needs
Primary users (farmers, advisors)
  • Providing the necessary information for the
    cross-compliance, GAEC, QA, traceability and
    business planning.

IT Service Providers
  • Development of claiming system is the duty of the
    government, it should be a public service (cf.
    Federal state of Hessen)
  • Roles of extension system might be
  • Guarantee the necessary primary data for
    IACS-controls (traceability, QA, GAEC, data
    integration with GIS etc.)
  • Supporting the planning processes (estimation of
    prices and yields, technology-scenarios,
    optimisation according to subsidy, GM, income,
    cost, labour force, etc.)

Authorities, public organisations
  • Completing the extension services by competent
    experts,
  • Using PPP-oriented approach.

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Achievements I - eLibrary
  • Several thousands of knowledge items (documents,
    news, multimedia objects, projects, services) are
    catalogised at this time.
  • Sources MARD, PA, CSO, Online Catalogue of
    Agricultural Research Institutes, IAMO, fnsea
    news abstracts etc.
  • Numerous homogeneous knowledge groups (according
    to e.g. IACS codes, agricultural activities) are
    set up.
  • Navigation supporting tools
  • Keyword and full-text search
  • Multi-dimensional document-trees

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Achievements II Online reports
  • Tens of thousands of numeric data is available
  • Sources FAO (V4), CAPRI (HUN), FADN (HUN), CSO
    (HUN), MIS (HUN)
  • Main services
  • Online report wizard (e.g. land usage)
  • Offline pivot table service (e.g. forecasting
    the stock change of pigs)
  • Online expert system (e.g. supporting part time
    farmers in taxation)
  • Offline expert system (e.g. plot selection of
    sugarbeet production)

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Conclusion
  • In the first stage we explored the data-assets of
    the Hungarian and some of the international
    agricultural portals within the multi-dimensional
    content providing framework.
  • The existing primary information supply of
    agricultural information sources (as expected) in
    not equal to the existing/potential needs of
    farmers.
  • Therefore, exploring and processing of the
    primary knowledge items by experts seems to be
    necessary in the second stage of the project, the
    main points should be
  • Document (e.g. certificates, contracts, invoices)
    repository of small farmers in order to support
    their detailed accountancy.
  • GAEC-, traceability-, QA-, cross compliance-based
    (technology-, or product-specific) information
    filtering.
  • Developing expert systems, which are able to
    support solving typical problems in user-specific
    way (e.g. availability of certain aid schemes).
  • Education of efarmers (as information brokers)
    according to the following principles
  • learning by doing/ tele-coaching,
  • independent structuring of existing knowledge
    items,
  • independent exploring the new knowledge.

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Thank you for your attention!
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