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Smarter Agriculture
(Insight as a Service)
Rick Morris
IBM Agriculture Consultant
morrisr@us.ibm.com
Ann Lambrecht
IBM Clo...
Collect
• Field data
• Sensor data
• Aerial data
• Yield data
• Purchases
• Weather data Upload and transfer
• Cloud Based...
ALL OF THIS DATA …ALL OF THIS DATA …
Island SolutionsIsland SolutionsIsland SolutionsIsland Solutions
dominate and prevent...
Supplier Data Layer
Grower Data Layer
Application Data Layer
Agronomy Data Layer
Planning Layer
Telematics Data Layer
Corp...
Structured, Unstructured, Internal, or
External can all be indexed together in
a unified view for the end user.
“They don’...
Decision Support
Support the
AGRONOMIST
JOURNEY
Support the
AGRONOMIST
JOURNEY
Analysis can and does
provide insights,
cre...
IBM is innovating to drive solutions in Agriculture
Smarter Agriculture “Insight as a Service” Architecture
Forecasts
Mobi...
The Smarter Agriculture journey is comprised of three phases
Business Value
Assessment Deploy & Manage
Deploy and
Expand t...
Is a leader in
Mobile Solutions
and platforms
An industry
leader in Cloud
Services
CLOUD
We monitor 13 billion
security ev...
Benefits realized from of an
Agriculture Decision Support Service:
FARMER‘S LOYALTY
Farmer’s loyalty increases as a truste...
Customer:Today, E. & J. Gallo Winery is the world's largest family-owned winery and the largest
exporter of California win...
12
Deep Thunder and the Flint River Partnership
Advances in Precision Agriculture & Water Optimization
In Georgia, where
a...
IBM lends analytics technology to Isabela corn farmers
(The Philippine Star) | May 31, 2015
MANILA, Philippines - Global i...
Farm Management
Field and Soil
Management
Grower
Business
Planning
Advance
Sales
Analysis
My
View
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  1. 1. Smarter Agriculture (Insight as a Service) Rick Morris IBM Agriculture Consultant morrisr@us.ibm.com Ann Lambrecht IBM Cloud Executive Ann_lambrecht@be.ibm.com
  2. 2. Collect • Field data • Sensor data • Aerial data • Yield data • Purchases • Weather data Upload and transfer • Cloud Based • Mobile • Access Anywhere Real- timeMonitor • Alerts • Anomalies • Crop Conditions • Weather Report • Analytics • Insight • Actions needed Planting • Real Costs at Field and Owner levels • Manage Inputs • Track Field Applications and Activities • Manage Purchase Contracts Monitoring • Track Yield Potential in real time • Manage Inventories by entity • Schedule and confirm deliveries • Manage contracts • Follow current field dynamics and weather conditions Harvest • Analyze Production data with costs • Develop Marketing/Sales Plan for crops • Determine Storage/Transportation Decisions • Determine and analyze current conditions and develop a roadmap for next growing season • Prescriptions developed for increased yields, optimized input costs, managed irrigation, seed selection, soil improvement, market conditions, crop insurance, and optimized farm management. Precision Agriculture is a whole-farm management approach using information technology, satellite positioning data, remote sensing and proximal data gathering. These technologies have the goal of optimizing returns on inputs while potentially reducing environmental impacts. Benefits of Precision Agriculture Strategies • Increased farm productivity and reduced costs • Better integration of the agriculture value chain • More accurate future outlook and predictions integrated pest management
  3. 3. ALL OF THIS DATA …ALL OF THIS DATA … Island SolutionsIsland SolutionsIsland SolutionsIsland Solutions dominate and prevent optimal development for farmersdominate and prevent optimal development for farmersdominate and prevent optimal development for farmersdominate and prevent optimal development for farmers Challenges: Farmers buy different brands of sensored equipment How do they safeguard the data and cooperate with other businesses? Growers need to be able to collect, standardize, handle and analyze big data to create value Farmer/Grower does not know what to choose from….. Weather Data GIS Data from Satellites Drone sensor and image transmissions Social Media Pivot Irrigation system sensors Environmental data – temp. humidity, wind Seeding/Planting Sensors Application Sensors for Inputs Drip Irrigation sensors Soil Moisture Sensors Environmental data – temp. humidity, wind Nitrogen Sensors Yield Sensors on Harvesting Equipment Farmer’s Input
  4. 4. Supplier Data Layer Grower Data Layer Application Data Layer Agronomy Data Layer Planning Layer Telematics Data Layer Corporate Application Layer Weather Data Layer Market, Government and University Data Layer Regulatory Data Layer GIS and Drone Data Layer Master and Meta Data Layer BIG DATA: a big buzz phrase that few understand, but those who do think they understand it see the potential for transformational change of agriculture. Almost everything can be turned into digital information in a world of sensors - movement of vehicles, livestock, eyes across a page; temperature of soils, health of cows in pastures; plant growth, plant species, genetics, and social media. When those data points are strategically layered on each other, they become 'big data', a resource to be interrogated for hidden patterns and trends not available to our experience of the world through our six senses. Big data “is the capability to extract information and insights where previously it was economically, if not technically, not possible to do so.” DataLayers
  5. 5. Structured, Unstructured, Internal, or External can all be indexed together in a unified view for the end user. “They don’t want the systems to make decisions. They want the system to help wade through all the data that exists and put the relevant pieces in front of them so they can make better decisions” Consider Watson a very smart assistant to yourAgronomist. John Gordon, IBM Watson Group
  6. 6. Decision Support Support the AGRONOMIST JOURNEY Support the AGRONOMIST JOURNEY Analysis can and does provide insights, creating new agronomic knowledge that allows growers and advisors to understand relationships that were impossible to see before. The power of big data analytics is handing the crystal ball to advisors that have local context.
  7. 7. IBM is innovating to drive solutions in Agriculture Smarter Agriculture “Insight as a Service” Architecture Forecasts Mobile enabled Soil Management Asset Management Weather Forecast Crop Management Pest & Disease Management Ad Hoc & Advanced Analytics and Decision Support Data Visualization Portal Analytical Models weathermobile satellite Private/Hybrid Cloud Data Sources Agriculture Insights Market Place Large Scale Data Ingestion Massive Scale SQL/NoSQL store Spatio Temporal Integration Big data processing Large Scale Analytics High Performance Computing Streams Predictive Optimization Acquired Data Acquired Data Qualified Data Qualified Data Enriched Data Enriched Data Insight DataInsight Data Acquired Data Qualified Data Enriched Data Insight Data Decision Agriculture Hub Factoid Corpus Watson for Agriculture Watson engagement advisor Watson for Agriculture Watson discovery advisor ResearchC orpus Deep Computing Crop physical models Farm zone management Prediction Nutrient Management Automation Irrigation Weather Government/Universities Cooperatives Go to Market Channels Precision Ag companies Agribusiness companies End User Delivery soil First party data Second party data Third party datatopography Land-use Irrigationyield equipments Literature Instrumented Delivery
  8. 8. The Smarter Agriculture journey is comprised of three phases Business Value Assessment Deploy & Manage Deploy and Expand to Other Domains 3Pilot Selected Area Pilot Selected use Cases Precision Ag. Dec. Support Watson Analytics 2 User Scenario Benefits Case Report Journey Map Design & Project Plan
  9. 9. Is a leader in Mobile Solutions and platforms An industry leader in Cloud Services CLOUD We monitor 13 billion security events every day and have more than 1,000 researchers and developers working on security and privacy breakthroughs Has exclusive Watson and cognitive computing technology Is a leader in the IoT (sensors) Ecosystem IBM is investing $3 billion to build an "Internet of Things" division Is the worlds leader in advanced analytics BUSINESS ANALYTICS IBM has the world’s deepest portfolio of analytics and the industry expertise of 8,000 business analytics consultants and 400 researchers. Has the ability to handle massive amounts of big data (high performance computing) and apply the advanced analytics in ways that are not available today in the industry. Has advanced weather prediction tools like Deep Thunder Is the leader in Traceability solutions and genetics for food safety Is the Global Leader Social analytics (Twitter partnership) Only IBM is able to deliver across the complete ecosystem Has industry leading GIS and drone data processing expertise Is a leader in the weather analytics business The Weather Company + IBM Cloud + IBM Analytics and Expertise Is the industry Leader in Supply Chain Analytics & Optimization Has the largest private research organization in the world IBM Research Innovation that Matters • 18 years of patent leadership • Five Nobel Laureates • Six Turing Awards • 12 Labs around the World • 3000 Researchers As a strategic partner IBM uniquely positioned to address the challenges in the agriculture industry across the ecosystem. IBM….
  10. 10. Benefits realized from of an Agriculture Decision Support Service: FARMER‘S LOYALTY Farmer’s loyalty increases as a trusted partner through assisting the grower to optimize their operation with enhanced functionality, higher number of touch points and accurate product information SALES FORECASTING Improve accuracy of Sales Forecasting and Inventory Planning Ex. increases yield and profitable growth, requirements due to climate conditions that are inclined to lead to pest and disease remediation SUPPLY CHAIN OPTIMIZATION Data analysis enables the process optimization throughout the end-to- end supply chain with Track & Trace capabilities allowing early warnings for demand and fulfillment. PRODUCT INFORMATION Additionally to the direct access of “Info-Center” functionalities, the farmer receives personalized information concerning his services and products. Example: standards per crop, type of inputs required, product availability, application recommendation NEW BUSINESS MODELS Example: Crop Insurance, Micro-Loans Due to alerting weather forecasts the farmer acquires a performance-based insurance coverage or environmental reporting services to address concerns and advisory services in other areas Growth in New and Existing Regions Enhanced partnerships with local dealers and Co- ops via the decision support system provides a path to sales of seeds, inputs and services in areas of little or no existing sales.. Dealership involvement via access to regional data and other areas will create an channel opportunities in untapped regions SOCIAL ANALYTICS The use of Social Media channels simplifies farmer interactions and provides additional information on product performance, marketplace dynamics, brand perception, etc. Examples: chat, forum platforms, FAQ. Smarter Agriculture (Insight as a Service)
  11. 11. Customer:Today, E. & J. Gallo Winery is the world's largest family-owned winery and the largest exporter of California wine. Business need: Uniform watering and fertilization across a vineyard with varying soil characteristics can result in producing grapes that are anything but uniform in quality. This winemaker wanted to increase the quality and quantity of its crops while maintaining sustainable irrigation and fertilization practices. Solution: • Combining sensing technologies, physics, big data analytics to increase crop yield and conserve water. • Advanced analytics calculate optimum water and fertilization needs by plant, rather than vineyard, based on soil mapping, high-resolution satellite data and farm-level data • Fully automated irrigation system delivers water and fertilizer with precision Benefits: • POC showed reduced the water consumption in the test vineyard by 20 percent • Expected 10 to 20 percent crop yield increase. • Better quality and more consistent grapes 20% Decrease in water consumption “ The solution provides a precise and environmentally conscious method of increasing our grape yield and fruit quality while conserving water. ” Luis Sanchez, senior research scientist - Gallo 15-20% Increase in crop yield E & J Gallo, uses big data and analytics from IBM to conserve water, increase fertilizing efficiency and improve crop yield Gallo/IBM - 2014 Vintage Report Innovation Award
  12. 12. 12 Deep Thunder and the Flint River Partnership Advances in Precision Agriculture & Water Optimization In Georgia, where agriculture has a $72 billion economic impact, farmers are turning to ground- breaking technology from IBM to help meet ever-increasing food production demands and leading the way in conservation measures, improving agricultural efficiency by up to 20 percent. Published April 23, 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu1wC-hCuC0 http://www.research.ibm.com/articles/precision_agriculture.shtml
  13. 13. IBM lends analytics technology to Isabela corn farmers (The Philippine Star) | May 31, 2015 MANILA, Philippines - Global information technology giant IBM is lending its “analytics” or data analysis technology to enable “smarter” agriculture among corn farmers in top corn producing province Isabela and help them jack up yields by at least 30 percent. Under the Smarter Agriculture project, IBM, in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the World Wildlife Fund, the Department of Science and Technology’s Advanced Science & Technology Institute (DOST-ASTI), the Isabela State University (ISU), and the provincial government of Isabela, have developed a mobile-based and analytics powered tool called the Farmer Decision Support System (FDSS). IBM built the mobile-based FDSS and a data storage containing information on rainfall, temperature, humidity, wind speed, soil moisture, historical crop yields, that will allow researchers to study the data through analytics. IBM built the mobile-based FDSS and a data storage containing information on rainfall, temperature, humidity, wind speed, soil moisture, historical crop yields, that will allow researchers to study the data through analytics. The project proponents will also undertake to teach corn farmers, as well as train provincial agriculture extension workers, on its use to help farmers make better decisions from planting of their corn seeds and when to harvest their crops. The FDSS integrates climate and weather forecasts, and crop models, and generates these into text message advisories to farmers on the best days to plant their seeds, when and how much fertilizers to apply, the best days to harvest, and other corn farming concerns. The FDSS can be accessed on its website and will feature a crop production calendar to identify optimal planting cycles and location- specific advisories on water management, fertilizer application, and harvest. Farmers will also be able to access these information in the form of text messages via the Smart Agri SMS service, while agricultural technicians can access via the Smarter Agriculture website. Rhia Trogo-Pantola, IBM Business Analytics Solutions architect, said the proper use of the FDSS is seen to improve to yield of Isabela’s corn farmers by 30- to 50-percent.
  14. 14. Farm Management Field and Soil Management Grower Business Planning Advance Sales Analysis My View Procurement Optimization Yield Planning Farm Alerts Regulation Compliance Machine Mgt Year-on Year Field Planning Soil Mgt Advanced Agronomy Soil Analysis Perform geo- referenceable soil analysis and access or merge that data with other sources or on other devices Analyze soil to optimize seeding Secure advanced agronomy services Compare year-over-year yield information to improve farm productivity Merge yield with forecasted supply and demand to improve planting decisions Procure seed based on farm management analysis Yield Planning App Farm, Field and Crop Management apps Powered by Analytics help growers execute critical farm activities Banking Finance & Insurance Budget Planner Insurance Claim Banking Bill Pay Gain access to reliable lenders at fair interest rates in order to sustain farm operations Increase and expand personal farm into profitable business • USDA Programs Micro-Banking and Insurance App Crop Rotation soil erosion Crop Protection Crop Nutrients Crop & Health Management Capture images to scale of problem areas and share with remote agronomists Get diagnoses and order prescriptions in real-time from device Crop Disease App Crop Nutrient App Harvesting Yield Estimator Growth Stage Estimat or GDU Calculator Growing Degree Unit (GDU) Calculator Get field-by-field crop progress and 14-day forecast. Track GDU accumulation on farm and compare total GDUs and year- to-year comparisons. Field Weath er Foreca st Weather Forecast Deep Thunder Long-term Weather Seasonal Weather Water Mgt Climate & Weather Deep Thunder App Weather Feeds Secure precision forecast with deep analysis to mitigate risk and plan ahead for weather conditions and impacts Improve understand of what Dow AgroScience seed to purchase to drive higher yields Market Watch Dealer/Co-op Products and Services

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