AgroIntelli is a Danish Ag-Tech development company, working with robotics, navigation, automation and machine vision. One of its most recognizable products, Robotti, is a light-weight autonomous agricultural robot tool carrier with intelligent implements.
AgrOnov gives companies from the field of agriculture the opportunity to develop the network they need to amplify their innovative capacities and growth at the service of profitable and sustainable agriculture. AgrOnov is a privileged hub for entrepreneurs, academics and investors. As innovation in agriculture is a major challenge in today’s world, AgrOnov projects focus on precision agriculture, the digital transformation of farms, the use of eco-friendly products, ressource and equipment optimisation, training of agro-advisors, methanisation…
AgrOnov is a fully equiped incubator with office and meeting spaces, but we also offer greenhouses, labs and test fields. Our member and partner network allow us to work both in France and internationally.
AXEMA is the French association of industrial actors in the sector of agricultural equipment and agri-environment. It brings together French manufacturers and importers of agricultural equipment from various sectors of agricultural, plant and animal production, as well as producers and importers of equipment for the upkeep of green spaces. AXEMA has 224 member companies consisting of 70% of manufacturers and 30% of importers.
Carbon Bee AgTech provides imaging solutions dedicated to plant health and intended for the detection of weed and leaf symptoms, using a range of sensors that can be embedded onto all types of agricultural vehicles and drones. Carbon Bee technology relies on a unique hyperspectral embeddable sensor and a Deep Learning data analysis allowing a simple and fast automation of the detection of symptoms.
Deepfield Robotics develops weeding solutions for sustainable farming. Our plant recognition camera Aquila uses deep learning to distinguish plants: it is used for precise spot-spraying of herbicide and for intra-row hoeing applications. Our weeding robots use Aquila to detect weeds: they will treat fields autonomously without supervision, allowing mass adoption of herbicide-saving weeding methods.
Demeter is an independent company that manages venture, growth and infrastructure funds for energy and ecological transition. We invest € 500K to € 30M to support companies in this sector at all stages of their development. With a managed asset of nearly € 1Billion, with 33 employees in Europe and 120 investments carried out since its inception, Demeter is one of the European leaders of the sector.
Faromatics is the creator of ChickenBoy, the world-wide first ceiling suspended robot that monitors animal welfare and helps increase farm productivity, using sensors and artificial intelligence. It is currently installed in 3 European countries.
INSTAR Robotics designs and manufactures autonomous mobile robots for nursery and horticultural producers. Our core values are centered around the design of useful robots (to increase competitiveness) and collaborative solutions (we focus on cobotics: the collaboration between man and robot) so that man can focus on core jobs by delegating repetitive, painstaking and low value-added tasks to the robot.
Meropy lends its expertise in agricultural robotics to the actors of the sector by providing them with the SentiV proxy-detection solution, a new approach to observing parcel plan (detection of crop needs and pests).
Founded in 2011 by robotic engineers Gaëtan Séverac and Aymeric Barthes, Naïo Technologies is an Agtech startup based in Toulouse. The company designs, manufactures and sells autonomous electric weeding robots, that respect both man and the environment. To date, over a hundred of their farmbots are in circulation: the Oz weeding robot for diversified vegetable farmers, the Dino robot that weeds large-scale vegetable crops and Ted, for viticulture.
Made up of 14 academic research laboratories and 3 agricultural technical institutes, The Plant2Pro® Carnot Institute proposes an integrated and multidisciplinary R&D offer “from laboratory to field” to stakeholders in the sector of plant production.
PowerTech Systems is an innovative company that specializes in intelligent and sustainable energy management. We’ve specialized in Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4 or LFP) and Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt (NMC) technologies to design scalable, sustainable and efficient solutions for a wide range of applications.
Since 2016, a group of private (industrial, equipment manufacturers, integrators) and public (research laboratories, technical institutes, competitiveness clusters …) players have been working together on the shared RobAgri platform. This operational structure aims to mobilize skills and tools in order to help manufacturers accelerate their product development.
Septentrio designs, manufactures and sells high-precision, multi-frequency, multi-constellation GPS/GNSS equipment for use in demanding applications. Septentrio products are used in a wide variety of industries including marine, construction, agriculture, logistics, machine control, rail, automotive, survey and mapping, geographic information systems (GIS) and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Septentrio receivers deliver consistently accurate and precise GNSS positioning scalable to centimeter-level and designed to perform solidly in the most challenging environments. Septentrio receivers are available as OEM boards, housed receivers and smart antennas.
Septentrio is committed to providing products that are easy to use and straightforward to integrate into existing setups and workflows. A team of experienced application engineers in Europe, North America and Asia are on hand to assist users at every step of their integration journey and for the lifetime of the product afterwards. Septentrio is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium and has offices in Los Angeles, Shanghai, and Yokohama as well as partners around the world.
SITIA is an industrial SME created in 1986 that has always been involved in innovation programs. Supported by an industrial activity of test benches, SITIA launched Robotic’s activities in 2010 and has been working on a mobile agricultural robot since 2014. Today, the industrial robot is ready to solve the needs in viticulture, vegetable and tree crops.
Versatile, modular, physically and in software, its innovative design takes into account safety since its creation.
Come to discover the first possibilities of this robot as well as its name …
SONY CSL tackles the question of sustainable food systems by taking a transdisciplinary approach, combining agro-ecology, artificial intelligence and participatory systems. Sony CSL is a highly innovative fundamental research laboratory that plays an increasingly important role in European computer research.
SONY CSL will present a prototype of their LettuceThink robot, a lightweight robot for diversified organic farms, with two applications: weeding and crop growth monitoring.
Spoutnic NAV is an autonomous robot assisting the farmer. It circulates within the house according to a self-generated or user-defined route. It maintains the litter daily with a tool that is scalable and adaptable to the bedding condition. Its action stimulates the natural activity of poultry and participates in animal welfare considerations. It boosts the technical-economic performance of the livestock (ADG/FCR and decrease of pathologies) and improves the working conditions of the farmer.
The Agricultural Robotics Laboratory was established with the purpose of applying the core ideas of Robotics, Information Technology, and Precision Farming to off-road vehicles operating in the environments required by specialty crops. Research is basically focused on emergent technologies such as satellite-based positioning systems, computer vision, control architectures, and novel field-oriented sensors. ARL is located in the Universitat Politècnica de Valencia (Spain), and it coordinates the H2020 VineScout European project.
VitiBot designs and produces electric and autonomous wine robots that revolutionize the work of the vine. It helps winegrowers tackle the new environmental and societal challenges while preserving the profitability of their companies.