Quantitative microbial risk assessment and predictive microbiology modelling are gaining increasing relevance to food safety professionals and public authorities in times of global food supply chains. In these research domains, great efforts have been undertaken to create a rich variety of data, models and software tools supporting risk assessors, food quality experts and researchers. However, there is a lack of solutions that enables efficient dissemination and exploitation of existing knowledge to the whole food safety community. In this context the Risk Assessment Modelling and Knowledge Integration Platform (RAKIP) project was created as a joint ANSES, BfR and DTU Food effort, aiming at creating open resources that support the exchange of models relevant for food safety and risk assessment between existing and future software tools and databases in a transparent and consistent way. Critical steps in this project were
|Title of host publication||Feed and food safety in times of global production and trade|
|Place of Publication||Berlin|
|Publisher||Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung|
|ISBN (Print)|| 978-3-948484-03-3|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
Filter, M., Rodríguez, C. P., Ungaretti Haberbeck, L., Swaid, A., Georgiadis, S., Valentin, L., ... Nauta, M.
(2019). Knowledge Plattform RAKIP
. In Feed and food safety in times of global production and trade
(pp. 272-278). Berlin: Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung.