GODAN* recently delivered its GODAN Action** Webinar on Capacity Development entitled : Facilitating the use of Standards and steps to achieving impact with Open Data.
In this webinar, GODAN Action project leads Valeria Pesce (GFAR) and Rob Lokers (Wageningen University and Research) presented findings from their work on standards and impact evaluations of open data – with a special focus on weather data.
You can find the full webinar recording here
Examples of data standards relevant from various standards, ISO, OGC, WMO, INSPIRE etc., that were presented - might be of wider interest.
The Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) initiative seeks to support global efforts to make agricultural and nutritionally relevant data available, accessible, and usable worldwide.
The initiative focuses on building high-level policy support for open data in public, private, and not-for-profit sectors.
GODAN Action is a programme launched by the UK’s Department of International Development. It brings together agriculture and nutrition specialists and open data experts and will support GODAN by building people’s capacity to engage with open data. The project aims to contribute to increased farmers’ yields, improved nutrition for consumers and better evidence based policy making. Achieving such impacts requires that individuals, organisations and communities feel confident in engaging with open data.
GODAN Action focuses on :
Standards - Enhancing data standards and promoting best practice in agriculture and nutrition to improve interoperability.
The project works on three thematic areas:
- Weather data: catalysing business development and capacity development towards improved food security.
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YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN THIS UPCOMING WEBINAR
November 13, 2017 | 2 P.M. ET (1 P.M. CT)
With ever-increasing amounts and types of data being generated on farms, and real value created from it, who controls and has access to the various data sets? These include yield and as-applied maps, soil test results, various sensor readings, tractors/implements beaming up engine and other data — and more. Data is being generated by farmers, input suppliers, and often being managed by a data service provider. Our panel members will stimulate your thinking on how you manage and provide access to data in your business or on your farms.