Mariano Navarro

Mariano Navarro
Grupo Tragsa · ICT/R&D

Master of Technology

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Publications (13)
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Water management is a key scenario for the deployment of IoT systems because of the particularities that arise depending on the geographical region as well as its inherent weather conditions. This scenario offers different and challenging problems to the deployment of IoT based applications and services which must rely on a rich technological vocab...
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Water is a vital resource for life, and its management is a key issue nowadays. Information and communications technology systems for water control are currently facing interoperability problems due to the lack of support of standardization in monitory and control equipment. This problem affects various processes in water management, such as water...
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The Tragsa Group is part of the group of companies administered by the Spanish state-owned holding company Sociedad Estatal de Participaciones Industriales (SEPI). Its 37 years of experience have placed this business group at the forefront of different sectors ranging from agricultural, forestry, livestock, and rural development services, to conser...
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Water is a vital resource for life, and for the economy. Nowadays, one of the most serious challenges to solve is to manage the water scarcity. Current water management ICT systems are supported by specific vendor equipment, without considering any interoperability standards. The lack of standardization among producer's water ICT equipment hinders...
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Many different open information sources currently exist for protecting the environment in Europe, mainly focused on Natura 2000 network, and areas where environmental protection and activities like tourism need to be balanced. Managing these data and integrating them for supporting decision makers and for novel uses is a challenging task. The Smart...
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The INSPIRE (INSPIRE, 2007) Directive represents perhaps the most ambitious attempt to date by the European Union to harmonize standards in the area of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). INSPIRE indeed addresses nearly every aspect of the representation of geographical and spatial information, namely maps and what is shown on them:...
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What is the aim of this book? Why we have decided to put together contribution from different authors? We don’t want only to describe the status of current development and research in ICT for Agriculture, Food and Environment. We would like to analyse the period of last 10 years in terms of the results achieved in the research area, implementation...
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The HABITATS’ wide range of ‘real-case’ (s) challenges and ‘tangible’ solutions are addressed to supports an IST development process based on an enhanced understanding of past and current challenges. The sound progress shared in this chapter is the result of the integrated efforts of the HABITATS’ consortium: Empresa de Transformación Agraria, Spai...
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In this paper, we present a collaborative context-aware framework for rural living labs or rural innovation ecosystems as Social Spaces for Research and Innovation (SSRI). The proposed framework exploits seamless integration of standard ubiquitous computing technologies to support smart collaboration and knowledge sharing between rural communities....
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In this paper, we present the results of experiments of a collaborative context-aware framework for rural living labs. The proposed framework has been setting up according to a development process that we highlight in this work. This platform has been designed using the Open Service Oriented Architecture (OSOA) approach in order to enable advanced...
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In this paper, we present a collaborative context-aware framework for rural living labs or rural innovation ecosystems as Social Spaces for Research and Innovation SSRI. The proposed framework exploits seamless integration of standard ubiquitous computing technologies to support smart collaboration and knowledge sharing between rural communities. W...

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Habitats-related spatial data is critical in the management of Europe's bio-diversity. INSPIRE needs work here, particularly in its Annex III data themes: 16-19 (Sea regions, Bio-geographical regions, Habitats & biotopes, Species distribution).To address this, the HABITATS consortium of 10 partners, including content providers, users and service providers builds a trans-European social network to generate usage scenarios and requirements and assess the impact of project outc…
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The main goal of the DataBio project is to show the benefits of Big Data technologies in the raw material production for the bioeconomy industry, through the following objectives: 1. Build a versatile DataBio platform suitable for different industries and user profiles 2. Ensure effective utilization of existing data sets 3. Ensure a wide-spread use of the DataBio platform technologies in the agriculture, forestry and fishery sectors 4. Opening the possibilities for European ICT industry including SMEs to participate actively on European and WorldWide Bioeconomy Big Data market 5. Opening the possibilities for European Earth Observation industry including SMEs offering their new Bioeconomy related services in Europe and World Wide 6. Ensure interoperability and easy setup of new multivendor applications utilizing Big DATABIO platform. For more detail, visit us at: www.databio.eu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Databioproject Twitter: https://twitter.com/DataBio_eu LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3807971