For more information please contact the project lead - mklopfer [at] ogc.org (subject: CYBELE%20Involvement) (Martin Klopfer), Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc.
CYBELE generates innovation and creates value in the domain of agri-food, and its verticals in the sub-domains of Precision Agriculture and Precision Lifestock Farmin. in specific, as demonstrated by the real-life industrial cases to be supported, empowering capacity building within the industrial and research community.
Since agriculture is a high volume business with low operational efficiency, CYBELE aspires at demonstrating how the convergence of HPC, Big Data, Cloud Computing and the IoT can revolutionize farming, reduce scarcity and increase food supply, bringing social, economic, and environmental benefits.
CYBELE intends to safeguard that stakeholders have integrated, unmediated access to a vast amount of large scale datasets of diverse types from a variety of sources, and they are capable of generating value and extracting insights, by providing secure and unmediated access to large-scale HPC infrastructures supporting data discovery, processing, combination and visualization services, solving challenges modelled as mathematical algorithms requiring high computing power.
CYBELE develops large scale HPC-enabled test beds and delivers a distributed big data management architecture and a data management strategy providing:
- integrated, unmediated access to large scale datasets of diverse types from a multitude of distributed data sources,
- a data and service driven virtual HPC- enabled environment supporting the execution of multi-parametric agri-food related impact model experiments, optimizing the features of processing large scale datasets and
- a bouquet of domain specific and generic services on top of the virtual research environment facilitating the elicitation of knowledge from big agri-food related data, addressing the issue of increasing responsiveness and empoweringautomation-assisted decision making, empowering the stakeholders to use resources in a more environmentally responsible manner, improve sourcing decisions, and implement circular-economy solutions in the food chain.
OGC primarily supports the CYBELE Common Semantic Data Model design and standardization activities.
CYBELE is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 825355