Major agricultural producers are collecting increasing volumes of data, and face pressure in appropriately controlling and sharing these datasets with service providers and other industry bodies. Data and digital solutions can no longer be generated or developed on the scale required by individual companies.
Furthermore, the highly distributed and decentralized nature of IoT systems in agriculture makes proving data provenance and integrity problematic and threatens our sector’s ability to address the challenges of the 21st century.
This project aims to overcome these broad global challenges of data privacy and security in three key areas of the data value chain:
Research activities will generate new insights and technologies that will be published broadly and adopted into Bosch’s global portfolio of data solutions, including other publicly funded projects like CRYPTECS or AgriGaia and open source initiatives that promote the applicability and adoption of privacy-preserving computing technologies, such as Carbyne Stack.
This project will continue to accelerate Bosch’s position as a world-leading data management specialist across agriculture and related sectors.
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