This deliverable provides a short note on the source code for the Regional and Local Geoportal applications and other related components like python scripts and geospatial services. It indicates how to access and download the source code of the final application and tools and gives general guidelines of the implementation process.
The outcomes of WP7 (“Geo-services for information management: Integration and Communication”) is a set of web and mobile applications and tools for supporting agriculture monitoring and sustainability practices to meet stakeholders and system requirements previously defined in WP3 (“Users requirement and evaluation of the services”) and WP4 (“Service design”).
The aim of the present deliverable, D7.5, is to present the main achievements and results (from June 2015 to December 2016) of Task 7.2, i.e. the development of the Regional Geoportal as a dissemination and visualization tool for the Regional Rice Service. The Local Geoportal is also included in this deliverable due to the large number of shared (technical) components with the Regional Geoportal, even though, in operational terms, it forms part of the Local Rice Service. This document thus described the latest versions of the Regional and Local Geoportal.
Both geoportal applications have been extensively tested, and were deployed and used in the three ERMES study areas (Spain, Italy, Greece) in 2016. In terms of the Technology Readiness Levels (TLR) defined in the H2020 framework [H2020-TRL, 2016], they reached level 7/8.
The present deliverable, D7.9, an update of deliverable D7.8, is a report on the smart participative applications developed for local stakeholders. It details AgriNoteBook, suite of three applications that allows local stakeholders (farmers, field workers) to record agricultural managerial information, and in-situ structured and unstructured observations, about their rice cultivation and parcels. The three applications are (i) a desktop Web-based version, which allows fast input of managerial data, and (ii) a mobile optimized Web-based application and (iii) a native mobile application, that are specifically targeted to capture in-situ observations, both on- and offline. AgriNoteBook is available on the following link: http://ermes.dlsi.uji.es/; an overview of AgriNoteBook’s software code, its availability, location and deployment, is available in D7.7.
This deliverable, D7.7, provides a short note on the source code for the participative application for the ERMES local service. As such, we describe AgriNoteBook, the ERMES application to gather agricultural managerial and in-situ collected data, and the ERMES REST API that supports it. The (code of the) local geoportal, due to its strong ties with the regional geoportal, is described in D7.5 [R5], Report on Regional Service Geoportal v1. This deliverable indicates how to access and download the source code of AgriNoteBook and the ERMES REST API, and gives a general explanation of the code organization and used technologies.
Task 7.3: Smart technologies for ERMES local service. This deliverable documents the source code of the smart technology for the ERMES local service, which consists of a smart application to collect user-provided field information and in-situ data (the smart app).
Task 7.3: Smart technologies for ERMES local service. The aim of this deliverable is to present the main achievements and results of Task 7.3, i.e. the “Smart technologies for ERMES local service”. This deliverable is focussed on the Smart app for collecting in-situ field information and observations; communication and visualization of the recorded information will be available in the next iteration of Task 7.3.
Task 7.2: Geo-portal for ERMES regional service. The aim of the present deliverable is to present the main achievements and results of Task 7.2, i.e. the Regional Services Geoportal (henceforth Regional Geoportal).
Task 7.2: Geo-portal for ERMES regional service. This deliverable documents the source code of the regional service application (also known as Regional Geoportal) and other related intermediate geospatial services. The document only provides basic indications related to the location and general characteristics of source code developed by UJI for prototyping the Regional Geoportal.
Task 7.1: Spatial Data Infrastructure design for ERMES EO-data/product and geo-information. Deliverable 7.1 reports on best practices regarding Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI), and applies these best practices to the specific ERMES context. This document defines three phases to incrementally comply with the creation of the SDI within the scope of the ERMES project.