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    Carbon footprint pig production : DATA-FAIR report on exchange of sustainability information in the pork supply chain
    Bondt, N. ; Ponsioen, T. ; Puister-Jansen, L. ; Vellinga, T. ; Urdu, D. ; Robbemond, R.M. - \ 2020
    Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Wageningen Economic Research report 2020-011) - 51
    The exchange of sustainability information in the supply chain is becoming increasingly important. Relevant attributes are animal welfare, the environment and other issues that are important for the consumer and the buyer. Wageningen Economic Research contributed to the measurement and exchange of sustainability information through the pork chain, in collaboration with HAS Den Bosch, ZLTO and the Vion Food Group. In this trial, this was concretely elaborated for the carbon footprint of pork. The project was carried out in the framework of a Public-Private Partnership project called DATA-FAIR, which investigates and innovates methods for data exchange in food chains.
    In vier stappen experimenteren met Internet of Things
    Robbemond, R.M. ; Voort, Manfred van der; Man, Ard-Pieter de; Strang, Stephan ; Beer, Colinda de; Verdouw, C.N. ; Savelkouls, Carlijn - \ 2019
    Wageningen University & Research - 3 p.
    Samenwerken en vertrouwen sleutelwoorden voor IoT in tuinbouwketen
    Robbemond, R.M. - \ 2019
    Wat doet het internet met de tuinbouw van morgen?
    Robbemond, R.M. - \ 2019
    5 Innovatieve toepassingen van datatechnologie in de agro-food
    Knibbe, Willem Jan ; Robbemond, Robbert ; Zimmermann, Karin ; Kamphuis, Claudia ; Andeweg, Karin ; Marvin, Hans ; Top, Jan ; Hukkelhoven, Chantal - \ 2018
    Meerwaarde identificeren voor data-driven consumer science door het FAIR maken WUR consumenten databases in het Europese Consumenten Data Platform
    Zimmermann, K.L. ; Robbemond, R.M. - \ 2018
    Kick-off project Meerwaarde identificeren voor data-driven consumer science door het FAIR maken WUR consumenten databases in het Europese Consumenten Data Platform (WDCC project)
    Verstegen, J.A.A.M. ; Zimmermann, K.L. ; Puttelaar, J. van den; Breemer, Annette ; Vingerhoeds, M.H. ; Robbemond, R.M. - \ 2018
    EnReMilk, Integrated engineering approach validating reduced water and energy consumption in milk processing for wider food supply chain replication : Deliverable 11.1: Final report of work package 11: “Environmental Sustainability”
    Helmes, Roel ; Robbemond, R.M. ; Daatselaar, C.H.G. ; Ponsioen, Tommie - \ 2018
    EC - 48 p.
    A reference architecture for IoT-based logistic information systems in agrifood supply chains
    Verdouw, C.N. ; Robbemond, R.M. ; Verwaart, T. ; Wolfert, J. ; Beulens, A.J.M. - \ 2018
    Enterprise information systems 12 (2018). - ISSN 1751-7575 - p. 755 - 779.
    Logistics in the food and agribusiness industry must address perishable products, unpredictable supply variations and stringent food safety and sustainability requirements. The Internet of Things (IoT) could contribute significantly to solve these challenges because it allows for remotely controlling the location and conditions of shipments and products. This paper develops a reference architecture for IoT-based logistic information systems in agri-food supply chains. It proposes a hybrid solution that combines the IoT and cloud computing. The architecture supports the provision of affordable tailor-made solutions by utilising technology enablers of the European Future Internet programme and by facilitating the reuse of domain-specific functionalities.
    Adoption of eBusiness in the Dutch horticulture
    Robbemond, R.M. ; Verdouw, C.N. ; Benninga, J. - \ 2017
    Digital exchange of information is becoming increasingly standard practice in horticulture. This development is catalysed by a trend of upscaling that is ongoing in all horticultural subsectors. Still, there is a large group of growers that is not, or poorly equipped to participate in this digital, online movement. This research focusses on the adoption of eBusiness by the growers that lag behind in the digitalisation of information exchange. Therefore the main objective of this research is to identify the drivers and barriers for exchanging information digitally between growers and other actors in horticulture supply chains. The research is based on 17 in-depth interviews with growers and 6 expert interviews. It was conducted in collaboration with Plantion, a market place for flowers and plants, and Floricode, an industry association that registers, codes, standardizes and distributes information and data to support the international floriculture supply chain.
    FarmDigital: analysing compliance schemes : An in-depth study on time investments by table grape producers in South Africa
    Dijkxhoorn, Youri ; Robbemond, Robbert ; Kruize, Jan Willem - \ 2016
    Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Wageningen Economic Research memorandum 2016-128) - 17
    This study quantifies the time investments of grape exporters in South Africa in order to comply with
    various certification schemes and buyer protocols. In addition, the sources and reliability of the data
    are identified.
    Allocation choices strongly affect technology evaluation in dairy processing
    Helmes, Roel ; Ponsioen, Tommie ; Robbemond, R.M. - \ 2016
    In: Putting LCA into practice: 10th International Conference on Life Cycle Assessment of Food 2016. - UCD - p. 80 - 86.
    Mozzarella - whey - dairy - global warming potential - multifunctionality
    Nut van ICT-gebruik voor tuinbouwondernemers
    Bondt, N. ; Robbemond, Robbert ; Wassenaar, Lan van; Puister, Linda ; Verdouw, Cor - \ 2016
    Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Rapport / Wageningen Economic Research 2016-051) - 98
    FarmDigital: compliance to international certification schemes mapped : the melon, grape and potato case explained
    Dijkxhoorn, Y. ; Robbemond, R.M. ; Kruize, J.W. - \ 2016
    Wageningen : LEI Wageningen UR (Report / LEI Wageningen UR 2016-037) - ISBN 9789462579224 - 55
    Bollensector onbewust onbekwaam in digitaal zakendoen
    Robbemond, Robbert ; Benninga, Jan ; Verdouw, Cor - \ 2016
    An updated generic architecture describingcompliance in Agri-Food Supply Chains : (D1.2.3)
    Kruize, J.W. ; Robbemond, R.M. ; Verwaart, T. - \ 2016
    Wageningen : LEI Wageningen UR (Report / LEI Wageningen UR 2016-061) - ISBN 9789462578289 - 21
    agro-industrial chains - food chains - food supply - computer software - efficiency - business economics - agro-industriële ketens - voedselketens - voedselvoorziening - computer software - efficiëntie - bedrijfseconomie
    In this report a generic architecture is presented comprising an inventory of the most important actors, roles, processes and information that are relevant in the processes of standardisation, certification and compliance in Agri-Food Supply Chains. This architecture becomes part of an architectural framework. The architectural framework aims to reduce the paper -based administration by improving digitalisation of compliance processes and to enable a more efficient and effective data exchange in the field of compliance.
    Fruit 4.0: de vruchten van meer technologie : technologie-roadmap
    Ossevoort, R.S. ; Verdouw, C.N. ; Jong, P.F. de; Hennen, W.H.G.J. ; Robbemond, R.M. - \ 2016
    Den Haag : LEI Wageningen UR (LEI report 2016-004) - ISBN 9789462578456 - 63
    horticulture - fruits - innovations - technology - internet - tuinbouw - vruchten - innovaties - technologie - internet
    Modern fruit production is not possible without reliable and up-to-date information. In addition, developments of technologies in the field of the internet, sensors, drones and robotics are gaining momentum. Consequently, production is changing radically towards flexible, autonomous and demand-driven business processes, which integrate smoothly in the supply chain. We also refer to this transition as the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. This report introduces a roadmap for automation and digitalisation in the fruit industry, which will allow this sector to profit from its own Fruit 4.0.
    Integration of production control and enterprise management systems in horticulture
    Verdouw, Cor ; Robbemond, Robbert ; Kruize, Jan Willem - \ 2015
    In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture, Food and Environment (HAICTA 2015), Kavala, Greece, September 17-20, 2015. - CEUR-WS (CEUR Workshop Proceedings ) - p. 124 - 135.
    Adoption barriers - Horticulture - Interoperability - ISA-95 - ISOBUS - Production and enterprise integration

    Production processes in horticulture are increasingly industrialized. Greenhouses have developed towards high-tech production plants that are highly automated by advanced systems for climate control, irrigation, crop monitoring, harvesting, internal transportation, sorting and packaging. At the same time, horticultural production nowadays is a complex managerial task, which needs advanced management information. However, this information is often registered manually in enterprise management systems. This paper aims to contribute to a better integration of production automation systems and enterprise management systems in the Dutch horticulture. It investigates the current situation and existing related standards (ISOBUS and ISA-95). Moreover, the paper identifies barriers for the adoption of integration solutions, including the economic situation, a decrease of the high-end market, a low willingness to cooperate, a relative low scale of growers, a high perceived complexity and path dependency, a negative perception of the relative advantage and a limited willingness of growers to invest.

    Van kas naar keten: integratie van bedrijfsmanagementsystemen en productieapparaten in de tuinbouw
    Robbemond, R.M. ; Verdouw, C.N. ; Kruize, J.W. - \ 2015
    Wageningen : LEI Wageningen UR (Nota / LEI 2015-023) - 73
    tuinbouw - glastuinbouw - ketenmanagement - bedrijfssystemen - rfid - merken - mobiele toepassingen - logistiek - horticulture - greenhouse horticulture - supply chain management - farming systems - rfid - marking - mobile applications - logistics
    Moderne kwekerijen zijn vergaand gemechaniseerd. Om in de toenemende behoefte aan up-to-date managementinformatie en keteninformatie te voorzien, wordt veel informatie handmatig geregistreerd in een bedrijfsmanagementsysteem of handmatig verzonden naar externe partijen. Dit is inefficiënt en foutgevoelig. Bovendien blijft veel waardevolle informatie uit kwekerijsystemen nu onbenut. Een oplossing is het koppelen van kwekerijsystemen aan het bedrijfsmanagementsysteem. Echter, in de huidige tuinbouwpraktijk blijken dergelijke integratieoplossingen moeizaam van de grond te komen.
    ERP in agriculture: Lessons learned from the Dutch horticulture
    Verdouw, C.N. ; Robbemond, R.M. ; Wolfert, J. - \ 2015
    Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 114 (2015). - ISSN 0168-1699 - p. 125 - 133.
    critical success factors - enterprise systems - future internet - supply chains - management - impact - model - perspective - innovation - adoption
    Farming nowadays is a complex managerial task that imposes stringent requirements on farm management information systems. In other sectors, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are widely implemented to meet such requirements. This paper assesses the applicability of ERP systems in the agri-food domain by investigating the experiences of agri-food companies that already have implemented an ERP system. More specifically, the research has analyzed the drivers and barriers for adoption of ERP in the Dutch horticultural sector. The results show that the alignment of ERP with the specific characteristics and requirements of a company is a crucial challenge in order to capitalize the benefits of ERP. The study also shows that it is possible to deal with this challenge. The majority of the respondents (62%) is positive about of the match of the specific ERP solution with the company’s business processes during implementation. Most of these respondents have implemented a system that includes a sector-specific layer around a standard ERP solution. Moreover, it is concluded that a proper management of the orientation, selection and implementation processes is of crucial importance for a successful adoption.
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