The Working Group for the S3P Traceability & Big Data road map started its journey on last 24th of January. Led by the Friuli Venezia Giulia region through Fondazione Agrifood & Bioeconomy FVG, the Working Group counts on participants from the Basque Country (AZTI), Emilia Romagna (CLUST-ER), Andalusia (Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development) and ADR Romania (Agrotransilvania Cluster).
This new T&BD road map intends to define the guidelines to better manage interregional alignment, operational and communication issues to properly valorise common interest topics that are strategic for involved regions in the Partnership framework.
A regional strengths mapping and a common glossary of terms will be some of the intermediate expected results. From now on and along the following weeks, the Working Group will be working on reviewing preliminary information in order to determine strategic information missed. Then, periodic request for information is expected from T&BD partners.
The Working Group participants also reviewed the expected schedule of activities and milestones, defined until October 2024.