GoalWe'd like to invite interested folk to a session on sharing data between FarmOS instances – specifically to enable organisations to create a portfolio or aggregated view of many individual farms.
We’re seeing strong demand for this use case in Australia – as there are range of organisations (from banks to farmer groups to government) that have a need to collate data across farms. By way of example, we’re seeking to enable a bank to create a portfolio view of data from their client’s farm digital twins (AgData Wallets) to better understand their scope 3 carbon emissions.
The 3 hour session would be across an afternoon – with a vegemite sandwich break at half-time. We’d aim to include:
Needs Assessment – we’d map the different use cases, and the pains and gains this capability could deliver
Features scoping – we can collectively imagine the way this capability could work
Given the interest from corporates and government, we’d like to explore whether we could invite some Australian representatives to attend an online hookup at the tail-end of the session – where we can present our findings and gather feedback, as a quick way to test and iterate on this group work.
Who should attend?
Those interested in sharing data between FarmOS instances – to support research, risk management, impact reporting, portfolio analysis etc. Also anyone exploring how to create sustainable business models around farm data management. Or anyone who likes vegemite…