Data revolution: emerging new data-driven business models in the agri-food sector

Data revolution: emerging new data-driven business models in the agri-food sector

Data revolution: emerging new data-driven business models in the agri-food sector

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ICT and sensor-based technologies increase the amount of data collected in agriculture and throughout the whole supply chain. This development offers significant potential for new data-driven business models. In June 2016, DG AGRI organised a seminar in Sofia, Bulgaria, in the framework of the EIP-AGRI. The goal was to reflect on how Agricultural and rural development policy can support the data revolution for an enhanced productivity and sustainability in the wide agri-food chain. The seminar also reflected on how agricultural and rural development policy can support the data revolution for an enhanced productivity and sustainability in the wide agri-food chain, covering different sectors, farm types and production systems. The concrete objectives of the seminar were:
  • To identify and discuss existing and potential data-driven business models in the agricultural sector, including the whole supply chain
  • To identify enabling conditions for these business models, and strategies to support their development
  • To bring people together to further develop data-driven business models
More information on the seminar, including the agenda and presentations, can be found on the EIP-AGRI event webpage. You can also download the Seminar Final Report in this link.
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