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Title: Smart industrial indoor farming - Technical and societal challenges
Authors: Schmittner, Christoph 
Christl, Korbinian 
Macher, Georg 
Knapitsch, Johannes 
Parapatits, Martin 
Tauber, Markus 
Pichler, Harald 
Gnauer, Clemens 
Keywords: Smart indoor farming;reliability;security;STPA;SAHARA;FMVEA;industrial indoor farming
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Trauner
Source: In: IDIMT-2019 : innovation and transformation in a digital world : 27th Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks, 401-409
Conference: 27th Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks: Innovation and Transformation in a Digital World 
Abstract: Population growth and food development are two of the major challenges for society. While smart farming can help, available arable land is restricted. Smart industrial indoor farming has the potential to increase agricultural production while also reducing resources usage. To guarantee a reliable food supply, we need to ensure a dependable system, which protects not only the plants, but also the Intellectual property (IP). We give an overview about the challenges on agriculture, available indoor farming systems and standards for smart farming. We evaluate the standards for applicability towards indoor farming and present a use case for a smart industrial indoor farming system. To assure a dependable system, we present a methodology to analyze the system and achieve a trade-off between different dependability attributes.
ISBN: 9783990625903
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess
Appears in Collections:Informationstechnologie und Informationsmanagement

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