Stakeholders and Drivers - ArchiFarm

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ArchiMate Designs for DairyFarming
Table of ContentsBackground Information...........................................................................................................3Task 2.1: Stakeholders and Drivers.......................................................................................4Task 2.2: Business Function...................................................................................................6Task 2.3: Business Processes................................................................................................7Task 2.4: Information Architecture........................................................................................8Task 2.5: Application Usage....................................................................................................9Task 2.6: Application Cooperation.......................................................................................11Task 2.7: Data Dissemination................................................................................................13Conclusion..................................................................................................................................14
Background InformationIn an unpredictable and very complex climate, a milk company runs. This paperincludes details regarding a fictional dairy farm named ArchiFarm. Archi farm is a majordairy farm in Australia that runs three separate processing facilities. ArchiFarm has builtautomation systems at one of its large sites in order to satisfy their everyday needs. Forcattle and robotic milking stations, this automated technology entails automated feeding.The quantity and consistency of milk provided by all cattle is measured and used infuture health-related animal decisions through the use of automated technology.Currently, though, the welfare check-up of each animal is often performed byveterinarians on a regular basis. While animals regularly examined in the ArchiFarmsoccur in animals with certain health-related problems. Therefore, ArchiFarm wishes toadd modern precision livestock farming (PLF) technologies for automated animal healthtracking and wants to implement sensors for PLF health control that are connected tothe cow 's ear. Therefore, this paper contains numerous ArchiMate views of companyfunction, business process, and company-related applications.
Task 2.1: Stakeholders and DriversArchiFarm has several stakeholders, drivers, goals, and assessments that are importantto the farm 's mission of livestock management. With its board based on the CxO seatsat the top of the hierarchy, the organization has adopted traditional governanceframeworks. The logistic functions of the company as well as the customer liaison arecomponents controlled by the Sydney-based headquarters. The stakeholders, drivers,priorities, and evaluation were identified in the provided case study of the ArchiFarm.The stakeholders are milk suppliers, dealers,feed suppliers, farmers, consumers of thecompany, retailers, site supervisors, staff, contractors, farm personnel, management ofthe business, veterinarians, poultry. Moreover, the drivers are margin of benefit,quantity, productivity, cost of production, efficacy, efficiency, risk of output, consistency.The goal of the ArchiFarm business are reduce the danger of exporting, maximizequantity and efficiency, increase organizational size, improve economies of scale. Theare many are assessment related to the milk production which are decrease price,reduce profit margin, increase efficiency, increase productivity, decrease risk of output,maximize quantity and quality, decrease risk of output.Fig 1. Stakeholders, drivers, goal, and assessment
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