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Agrifood Data Workshop (ADW) is a national data workshop with the goal to make use of data and data sharing easier and more secure and to promote innovations in the agrifood chain. The data workshop will provide support, tools and methods for increased competence and datadriven innovation among actors who want to work with data in the food chain.
Food production generates a lot of data, partly socially critical, from a variety of actors. The fragmentation in the food chain makes the sharing of data complicated. At the same time, national initiatives are underway to create a common infrastructure for data sharing, which generates questions about how data can be shared in a secure and efficient way. The workshop is aimed at authorities that need support and tools to be able to open up their data in a secure way, data owners who have not yet dared to take the step to share data, and other stakeholders, data labs and data workshops.
Agrifood Data Workshop aims to fill the role of neutral sandbox, where different actors can learn more about what data sharing means and how different tools can be used to create new data-driven products and services. The workshop will focus on finding open tools and platforms that can be used for both open and shared data. One property about data that the lab will study are legal, business, and technical aspects of data set sharing where data may be recalled. During the latter part of the project, we will also offer insights and platforms around data sharing via workshops where both presentations and hands-on, practical walking are included.
Agrifood Data Workshop