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Open Data Model for (Precision) Agriculture Applications and Agricultural Pollution Monitoring

Authors: Michal Kepka; Šárka Horáková; Karel Charvát Jr.; Vojtech Lukas; Karel Charvát; Tomáš Rezník;

Open Data Model for (Precision) Agriculture Applications and Agricultural Pollution Monitoring

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Both agricultural and environmental domains have to manage many different and heterogeneous sources of information that need to be combined in order to make environmentally and economically sound decisions. Such examples may be found at the definition of subsidies, national strategies for rural development, development of sustainable agriculture etc. This paper describes in detail the development of an open data model for (precision) agriculture applications and agricultural pollution monitoring when aiming at identification of requirements from users from agricultural and environmental domains. The presented open data model for (precision) agriculture applications and agricultural pollution monitoring has been registered under the GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems) Architecture Implementation Pilot – Phase 8 in order to support the wide variety of demands that are primary aimed at agriculture and water pollution monitoring.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Open data Global Earth Observation System of Systems business.industry Agriculture Agricultural pollution Sustainable agriculture Environmental resource management Environmental monitoring Environmental science Subsidy Precision agriculture business Environmental planning

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