Presentation on theme: "TRACEBACK TRACEBACK: A NEW TOOL TO THE FOOD CHAIN TRACEABILITY"— Presentation transcript:
1TRACEBACK TRACEBACK: A NEW TOOL TO THE FOOD CHAIN TRACEABILITY FEDERICA SCOTTO di TELLATECHNO SCIENTIFIC MEDIATORFEDERALIMENTARE28th Sept. 2010
2Our seminar is inserted within the WP8 context: OUR BOTTOM LINEOur seminar is inserted within the WP8 context:WP8 is the training workpackage and foresees training for young researchers, to industries inside and outside the consortium and capacity building activities in the filed of traceability addressed for INCO countries.
3OUR AGENDA “The IP project TRACEBACK: rationale” Raffaello Prugger – Tecnoalimenti S.C.p.A.“Standards of traceability systems”Tomasz DOWGIELEWICZ - Institute of Logistics and Warehousing“The voluntary certification of traceability: a tool & a guarantee for food & drink industries”Giulio Battistella - CSQA“A real application of the TRACEBACK solution”Vito Morreale - ENGINEERING Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A."TRACEBACK solution: economic considerations"Andrès Silva – University of Kent
4OUR TRAINERS Raffaello Pregger- Tecnoalimenti – Director of Tecnoalimenti since 2002, former project manager since Building partnerships for innovation in the agrifood. Set up of research initiatives, management of research and technology transfer projects at national and international level. International project auditor and exploitation expert. Previous employment: Federlegno-arredo, SystemAnalysis, Sotesa Africonsult. University degree at the Faculty of Agriculture of Padova in 1987 and post-graduate Master SMEA in agricultural economics in Scholarship at the University of California Davis (USA) in environmental policy analysis, post-graduate school of Management of Technology.
5OUR TRAINERSTomasz Dowgielewicz MSc. Eng. – The Head of Market Operations Unit – Project manager and senior specialist for logistics and e-business in the Institute of Logistics and Warehousing.Degree in logistics, Poznań University of Technology and Poznań Academy of Economics, scholarship in Universidade da Beira Interior – Portugal. Today specialized in traceability and standardization as well as logistics: inventory control, production management. At ILiM responsible for R&D international projects mainly concentrated on traceability. On behalf of ILiM leading such projects as CoDesNET, eMENSA, TRACEBACK, BASIM. Projects related to standardization of identification and data exchange in supply chain. Member of Polish Logistics Association (PTL). Lecturer at the Poznań School of Logistics.
6OUR TRAINERS Giulio Battistella- CSQA Certificazioni Management assistant at CSQA Certificazioni S.r.l. He got a degree in Agricultural Plant Production at the University of Padova then became a Technical Assistant at Bios SrlHe has wide experience if the voluntary Scheme ISO 9001, ISO 22000, Std. BRC-IFS, HACCP. He is an auditor for the ISO 9001 scheme.
7OUR TRAINERS Vito Morreale- ENGINEERING Head of the Intelligent Systems R&D Lab at ENGINEERING Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A., the biggest pure Italian IT system and service integrator. He has got a degree in Electronic Engineering, with a specialization in Computer Science, in He worked for IBM before joining to ENGINEERING in Since then he has coordinated several research projects with topics such as Artificial Intelligence applied to Software Engineering, Business Process Management, Data Mining, Service Oriented Architecture, and Human Computer Interaction and applications in the food sector, finance, supply chain management, and tourism. Since 2006 he has led the Intelligent Systems Lab which now has almost 20 people.
8OUR TRAINERS Andrès Silva- University of Kent Research Assistant at Kent Business School in England. He got my master in Texas A&M University in the US. His research is in applied economics focus on the agricultural sector. He has done research on cost benefit analysis, impact of pesticide concerns on fresh produce consumption, willingness to pay for value added products and evaluation of school nutrition programs in the US.
9The European Food and Drink Sector Source CIAA Data and Trends 2009
10THE COMPETITIVENESS CHALLENGE “SMALL is NICE”But when coming along with“DINAMIC & AGGREGATED!”
11WHAT IS THE SCENARIO? MANDATORY Reg. CE n. 178/2002 ON A VOLUNTARY BASISTHE SO CALLED “INTERNAL TRACEABILITY”ALONG WITH THE FINAL PRODUCT
12GUIDELINESFederalimentare drafted, for Italian SMEs, Guidelines (www.federalimentare.it/documenti.asp)Aiming at:Having a close up to internal procedures for food & drink companies in order to comply to Reg. (CE) n. 178/2002.Illustrating advanced traceability- voluntary basis- models to be adopted by each F&D company- Representing a general operative scheme