FIRA.
2019
SCHEDULE
Day 1.
KEYNOTE
& SPEAKERS

10th DECEMBER 2019

KEYNOTES & WORSHOPS

TIMETYPECONTENTSPEAKERS
PART 1 : « Robots, Farmers and the Living »
9.00 >
9.30 AM
Introductory keynoteAgricultural Robotics: ethical and social questionsAlexei GRINBAUM, Researcher at CEA-Saclay, author of "Les Robots et le Mal" (France)
9.45 >
10.15 AM
Networking Coffee Break
10.15 >
11.30 AM
Thematics workshop
(simultaneously)
WS 1: Robots serving viticulture- Cédric BACHE, CEO VITIBOT (FR)
- Fabien ARIGNON, CEO SITIA (FR)

Moderator :
David Frabotta, Editorial Market Development Director, MEISTER MEDIA (USA)
10.15 >
11.30 AM
WS2: Robots serving field cropsSpeakers :
- Ole GREEN, CEO AGROINTELLI (DK)
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter PICKEL, Manager External Relations, Deputy Director JOHN DEERE (GER)
- Olivier CALMETTES, Farmer (FR)
- Maurice DE GUEBRIANT, Farmer (FR)

Moderator :
Benoit EGON, journalist, Editor-in-Chief of agricultural Machinery Section at TERRE-NET (FR)

Experimentation
- Ecorobotix et Dino : premières expérimentations de robots en grandes cultures dans les Digifermes
- Inès TEETAERT - Ingénieur chargée de développement Agriculture Numérique, ARVALIS Institut du Végétal
11.35 >
12.50 AM
Thematics workshop
(simultaneously)
WS3: Robots serving breedingSpeakers :
- Yanne COURCOUX, CEO TIBOT (FR)
- Timo JOOSTEN, Head of Product Management at LELY International (NL)
- Benoit SAVARY, Poultry farmer, TIBOT Technologies

Moderator :
Benoit EGON, journalist, Editor-in-Chief of agricultural Machinery Section at TERRE-NET (FR)
11.35 >
12.50 AM
WS4: Robots serving fruits and vegetables productionSpeakers :
- Gaëtan SEVERAC, CSO, NAÏO TECHNOLOGIES (FR)
- José Miguel Arizabalo Barra, Corporate CIO, HORTIFRUT S.A.(CHILI)
- Céline FRANQUESA, Chief Operating Officer, SYHA (FR)

Moderator :
David Frabotta, Editorial Market Development Director, MEISTER MEDIA (USA)

Experimentation :
- Robotics for detection and treatment of diseases
- R&D project - GREEN SHIELD TECHNOLOGY (FR)
12.50 AM >
2.00 PM
Lunch break
PART 2 : « Agricultural Robots a global market »
2.00 >
3.15 PM
Round tableAgricultural robotics storms global market- Suresh MURUGESAN, Principal Member, Precision AG Domain, Centre of Excellence R&D - TAFE (INDIA)
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter PICKEL, Manager External Relations, Deputy Director JOHN DEERE (GER)
- Christian KIRCHHOFF, CEO, K.U.L.T (GER)
- Dr Rohan RAINBOW, director, AGTECHCENTRIC (AUS)
- José Miguel Arizabalo Barra, Corporate CIO, HORTIFRUT S.A.(CHILI)
3.15 >
3.45 PM
Networking Coffee Break
PART 3 : « Which agricultural robots do we want? »
3.45 >
4.45 PM
Technical workshopsRegulatory Frameworks and Standards for Agricultural Robots: what is the state of art?Animated et organized by RobAgri

Speakers :
- Ivo HOSTENS, technical director at CEMA (BE)
- José BRAMBILA-MACÍAS, Phd, Program manager Trade and Agricultural, Codes and Schemes - OECD (FR)
- Felicia STOICA, : Deputy Head of Unit ‘Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing Systems – Unit C3’, EUROPEAN COMMISSION (UE)
- Dr Rohan RAINBOW, director, AGTECHCENTRIC (AUS)
- Mike PANKONIN, Senior Director, Technical & Safety Services at AEM (US)
3.45 >
4.45 PM
Business WorkshopAgricultural robotics: my job is changing. What consequences and which supports?Moderator :
- Nathalie GIMENEZ RAGOT, administrative and financial chief officer, Lot Agriculture Chamber
- Sylvie BARTHES ESTELA, Digital solutions team leader, support tools for the council, / Regional Chamber of Agriculture of Occitanie

Part 1: Round table
- Feedbacks from breeding (farmer and adviser)
Stephane PONS, dairy farmer, GAEC Le Rouergue
- Parallel with current robotics, and fields: manufacturer and user point of view
- Update on continuing and initial training

Part 2: Existing support systems: MSA, Groupama

Part 3: Call for expressions of interest: Let's work together!
4.45 >
5.15 PM
Networking Coffee Break
PART 4 : « But by the way, farming robots for what? »
5.15 >
6.15 PM
Closing conferenceAgricultural robotics to change the world: impact on the environment and on societyProspective conference with an international expert.

Registration

Registration is now open for FIRA 2019!

Benefit from the “early bird” rate until October 18th at midnight: €42 instead of €60.

Rates for the two days (including all taxes):

  • “Early bird” rate (until October 18th ) : €42,  online exclusively
  • Full fare (starting October 19th ) : €60 online, €84 on-site
  • Students rate : €25 online, €84 on-site
  • Free for all the farmers
  • Group Rate (+10 pax): please contact us

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