Data and computer services for the food sector

FNS-Cloud aims to overcome European research infrastructure fragmentation by federating food nutrition security (FNS) data, tools, and services (resources) essential for addressing diet, health, and consumer behaviour as well as on sustainable agriculture and the bioeconomy. The implemented cloud solution (FNS Cloud, no hyphen) will promote FAIRification of FNS resources and support exploitation by user communities. Sustainability of FNS Cloud (solution) will be achieved largely through added value, linking existing and emerging research infrastructures as well as data, tools, and services. FNS Cloud comprises a webservice, linking resources and delivering Services via a user interface, regardless of location. However, whilst FNS-Cloud (project) assets (datasets, tools, and services) have been built with interoperability in mind, the majority of FNS resources across the EU have developed separately, often organically, making mapping, merging, and exploitation challenging both technically and in terms of the research questions that can be posed and answered. The session will brought together representatives from EuroFIR, METROFOOD, Blue Cloud, COMFOCUS, Elixir, ECRIN, FNHRI, EOSC to explore future FAIRification of food sector data, tools and services.

  • Service and Semantic Interoperability in EOSC

    Mark Dietrich (EGI Foundation)
  • Multidisciplinary working for a shared goal: Education, community and patience

    Annette Fillery-Travis (UWTSD, UK)
  • Challenges and solutions; Fairification of Food & Health Data

    Eileen Gibney (UCD, IE)
  • FNS-Cloud Microbiome Demonstrator: The FAIRification of diet & microbiome data

    Duncan Ng (QIB, UK)
  • Standardisation and interoperability of food and nutrition data

    Barbara Koroušić Seljak (JSI, SI)
  • FNS-Cloud and METROFOOD-RI to support food traceability and transparency

    Siân Astley (EuroFIR, BE) for Claudia Zoani (ENEA, IT)
  • FAIR Fish data and tools

    Anton Ellenbroek (FAO, IT)

Food Nutrition Security Cloud (FNS-Cloud) has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme (H2020-EU. – A sustainable and competitive agri-food industry) under Grant Agreement No. 863059. Information and views set out across this website are those of the Consortium and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion or position of the European Union. Neither European Union institutions and bodies nor any person acting on their behalf may be held responsible for the use that may be made of the information contained herein.

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