ISOBlue Introductions


#1

Hi everybody,

Thought I’d start a topic to introduce whomever is here interested in ISOBlue. Myself and Yang Wang are the leads at Purdue working on ISOBlue. Wanted to post a message here that we’re available and watching for questions!

Also, my only means of understanding Dutch is via Google Translate, so English helps :).

Aaron


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#2

Hi there, Auke and me are working on the BOM to build the first? ISOBlue over here. We will come back with an updated BOM with parts available in the Netherlands!


#3

Hi everybody,

As Roel mentioned, we will updating the parts list to build an ISOBlue ourselves.
This is also to make me available for any questions and BOM suggestions.

Auke


#4

:wave: @Roel and @Auke :wave:, thanks for joining the forum!

We are looking forward to your progress, feedback and insights and of course: the first Dutch ISOBlue device!

In the spirit of open collaboration we’d like to invite you to share your journey with the world through the forum (and/or other means) so that others can get inspired and (hopefully!) decide to join the effort.

Please let us know if there’s anything we can do to help.


#5

This is the state of the art regarding ag data sharing in the EU: please find attached the EU Code of conduct on agricultural data sharing by contractual agreement: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xd4z0TPJxX6362IeiUkMx9-Q_0b5LPFi/view?usp=sharing

(! “Compliance with the code of conduct is voluntary. The signatories therefore encourage all parties involved in the agri-food chain to conform according to these jointly agreed principles.”)


#6

Hi all! We are planning the hackathon event in August: 29th and 30th. If it is possible we could compress to one day, but it will take place on a farm, so it’s gonna be pretty awesome and pleasant to spend some time there. At the particular farm they have been doing a CAN Bus pilot: https://www.beijer.com/sensordata-uit-taxis-en-landbouwvoertuigen-bron-voor-proeftuin/ (in Dutch)


#7

Hi all! moving forward I will use IsoBlue Introductions to share some relevant initiatives, background info and context. This particular item describes a serious effort by a large consortium within the EU financed “Internet of Food 2020” project, on machine data sharing! I will try and get a representative present at the hackathon. Link to article: https://www.futurefarming.com/Machinery/Articles/2018/5/Machinery-industry-data-sharing-initiative-286898E/?cmpid=NLC|fututefarming|2018-07-24|Machinery_industry_data_sharing_initiative


#8

We from multitooltrac.nl want to learn and to contribute how we can make it possible that our clients benifit form the information we can collect from our electric tractor.
Multi Tool Trac builds the first electric tractor. It has a complete electric powertrain built with reliable components, a unique on-the-fly track width adjustment and five positions for all common tools and agricultural equipment. A modern 6-cylinder diesel engine with 160 kW (210 Hp) is used as range extender. We build the first two already and plan now no 3 till 8. We want to make connection from all our sensors tot the cloud and from their to the farmer. There is still a lot to determine.

I, the part-time CFO, with experience in developing and implementing BI software (www.quintusvolante.com), will be the the whole weekend. Hope to support to get things done. See you Friday,
Peter-Jan van Ham (pjvanham@multitooltrac.com)


#9

Impressive project! Looking forward to connect.


#10

Hello Farm Hackers,

Though growing up on a farm I have no real background in agriculture nor engineering, but I am very much interested in improving the way food is produced with respect to nature. I run two companies; Mirage for making commercial films and animations, and Earth Kweek with which I grow green roof plants like sedum but also herbs and perennial vegetables. I like to think in possibilities, so at the ISOBlue Hackaton I hope to contribute some creative insights and useful concepts.

I will be joining the Hackaton together with my father Jan, a farmer growing crops like potatoes, onions, sugarbeets and grain. He is a veteran when it comes to precision agriculture and is currently working together with the Polish company Farm24.org. The aim of Farm24 is to offer handsfree registration of agricultural activities. Their motto is ‘from the farmer, for the farmer’ meaning the farmers stay in control of their own data. The registration can be done by different sensors, or hopefully in the future also via ISOBus. The information is sent to the database through GSM where the data and analyses can be viewed.

Last year we learned about Isoblue which was then version 1.0. We’ve also had contact with Aaron and Yang Wang about still using the old beagleboard, possibly for the 2.0 version. This board we currently use to hopefully read basic tractor CANBus information like speed, rpm, hitch height etc.

We’re looking forward to this weekend and learning new things together.


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#11

My name is Derk Gesink. I have a farm in the north part of the Netherlands. Together with 4 other farmers we are active in precisionfarming under the name of aGroFuture. We have experiencee on collecting data from yield monitors, drones and Nir sensors. We would like to collect data from our tractors so we can measure resistence on the hitcharm. Combined with our already present gps position we could make a map of the field so that we can have an indication on soilcompaction.


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#12

TrekkerHack 2018
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Pieter.

Hello, my name is Pieter van Maldegem. Together with my wife Wiena, we have a farm in Vierhuizen, in the North of the Netherlands. We joined several projects on precision farming.
Lately we started “aGroFuture” together with 3 farmers and a agronomist. Goal of aGroFuture is to use precision farming to reduce environmental inmpact and to improve product-quality, espescially for the potato-crop.
For this purpose we invest in varios sensors : Multi spectral sensors on the sprayer to measure NDVI, Multi-spectral camara(Micasense) on our Drone, to image our crops, Yield sensors on both our Wheat harvester(Combine N-H) as wel on our potato Harverster.


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