In 2014, NEUROPUBLIC S.A. undertook a great IT project on behalf of the Ministry of Rural Development and Food (YPAAT, now Ministry of Reconstruction of Production, Environment Energy Rural Development), during which OPEKEPE was the Implementing Body.
The project is named “Online Farmers and Farms Registry Services and Rural Merchants Registry & Other YPAAT Registries Interconnection” and is part of “High Added Value Rural Digital Services” (e-YPAAT).
It is focused on the development of the Registry of Farmers and Farms (MAAE), the development of Rural Merchants Rural Registry, Supplies and Inputs (EMEAPEE), as well as the development of digital services of these Registries.
Furthermore, the project’s objective is the development of alphanumeric and geospatial data sharing environments between the cooperating body and YPAAT, in order to achieve a standardized data and information sharing of high interoperability in accordance with open standards, thus making data and information accessible via digital services of the Registry system for further use for interested external agents on the one part, and for the YPAAT Services on the other part.
Moreover, the project’s goal is the interconnection of the rest (sectoral) registries of YPAAT with the new environment, the development of new sectoral Registries as well as the operating aid of the existing Registries, selective data erasing and shared data display in a uniform manner, on existing management applications that maintain their operational autonomy and remain in service in order to satisfy the needs of the Ministry.
Last but not least, the project aims at the development of a web based application (web-gis) for geospatial and alphanumeric data in order to make them available for display, statistical display and management depending on the user’s authorization.
The purpose of this project is the optimal utilization of systems and infrastructure that will be developed via e-YPAAT, the further use of current systems of YPAAT, the provision of valuable digital services to agricultural equipment, but mainly the creation of an interoperation mechanism for sharing data with supervised institutions, in order to create reliable agricultural registries.
The project is due to September 2015.