FIRA
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Tuesday 08 December

8:45am to 9:00am

FIRA 2020 OPENING SESSION

9:15am to 10:30am

How does agricultural robotics impact on the new deal - economics & social issues?

#PART 1: FOOD & FARMING

CONFERENCE

The confinement we had to face severely impacted the agricultural world: indeed, the labor shortage related to the closure of borders, combined with difficulties in movement of the national workforce, hit the 2020 season hard.

  • Where do we stand with the food and agriculture situation in the world ?
  • Robotics could be an appropriate response, but may face certain obstacles.
  • What is the place of agricultural robotics in this context?
  • How can it be implemented in a world in transition while offering a positive alternative? Should we be afraid to automate certain agricultural tasks given the current economic and social context, or is robotics one of the keys to getting out of the crisis in the agricultural world?

The two successive speakers at this conference will, on the one hand, take stock of the world food situation in 2020, followed by the place of agricultural robotics in this context, on the other hand.

Speakers :

Guy WAKSMAN (France)

French Academy of Agriculture

Member

Guy WAKSMAN (France)

French Academy of Agriculture

Member

Former director of ACTA Informatique, an IT services company that grew out of the Agricultural Technical Institutes, and working mainly for these Institutes.

Former president of the French-speaking Association of Agricultural Informatics (AFIA) and of the European Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture, Food and the Environment (EFITA).

Former participant or leader of numerous French and European R&D projects.

Editor since 1987 of two weekly newsletters, one in French, the other in English, both with about 15000 subscribers, both with about 5000 regular readers and about 1500 very regular readers.

Member of the French Academy of Agriculture.

10:50am to 11:00am

Robot Demo - Naïo Technologies

#Robots Demos
12:00pm to 1:00pm

Robots for vineyards

#Workshops

PART 1. EXPERIMENTATION (20 min)

Naïo Technologies (FR): Ted, multifunctional vineyard weeding robot

PART 2. PITCHES (5 min/pitch)

SITIA (FR): Trektor, dTrektor, innovative design and versatility that allows to work different cultures such as viticulture.

Korechi Innovations Inc. (CA): RoamIO - an autonomous farming platform which can be easily programmed to perform a range of different tasks in vineyards, orchards and grain farms.

PART 3. FEEDBACKS (20 min)

Feedback from farmers and sharing of their user needs.

Sponsored by:

1:00pm to 1:20pm

Robot Demo - VitiBot

#Robots Demos

Demonstration of BAKUS by VitiBot.

2:00pm to 3:30pm

Robot decision for adaptation to human behavior, off-road and task diversity, and safety preservation

#Scientific Workshop

SESSION 1

Organized by RobAgri in collaboration with INRAE.

   

3:30pm to 3:50pm

Demo Robot - CTIFL

#Robots Demos
4:00pm to 5:30pm

How to go from "robot bashing" to the "robot loving", for the end consumer?

#PART 2: SOCIETY

ROUND TABLE DEBATE

The major innovations in the agricultural world have a significant impact on the beliefs (founded or not) of end consumers. In order to avoid repeating the mistakes of the past, and the possible societal debates that could lead to the “robot bashing”, it is crucial to involve the entire value chain from the design phase to its use, for the benefit of the consumer.

  • Should robotics be part of a marketing strategy for agribusinesses?
  • What would be the levers of robots on the environment, social and food quality?
  • How can robotics be integrated in a relevant and sustainable way within food production?
  • What are the roles to be played by each of the stakeholders to contribute to the valorisation of agri-food products in terms of information?
  • How robotics can provide the right traceability needs?

This round table / conference will be an opportunity for the speakers to share ideas to understand, together, the place and the contribution of robotics in the production of quality agro-food goods.

Speakers :

AZEVEDO Daniel (France)

Copa-Cogeca

AZEVEDO Daniel (France)

Copa-Cogeca

Daniel Azevedo is a Director in the Commodities and Trade team of Copa and Cogeca, an agricultural lobby representing almost 70 national farm organizations and cooperatives in Europe. He is a natural resources engineer graduated in the University of Évora (Portugal) currently the coordinator of Copa and Cogeca Task Force on agricultural technology. He has previously been working for DG Agriculture and Rural Development after specializing on agro-environmental measures in SLU university (Sweden). Mr. Azevedo comes from a family producing wine and olive oil in Vila Real (Douro Region) in Portugal.

 

Christophe BONNO

Christophe BONNO (France)

Groupement Les Mousquetaires- Intermarché

Director of Agricultural Institutional Relations

Christophe BONNO

Christophe BONNO (France)

Groupement Les Mousquetaires- Intermarché

Director of Agricultural Institutional Relations

Christophe BONNO, a food engineer from ENSBANA Dijon, joined the group in 1999 and was appointed Managing Director of the entire industrial activity of the Groupement des Mousquetaires in 2010 and Director of Agricultural Institutional Relations in 2019.

He is also a member of the management committee of the Groupement des Mousquetaires (146,000 employees, 40 billion euros) and works to consolidate the production chains and bring together the agricultural partners and the distribution network, supported in 2014 by Intermarché's "Producers and Traders" strategy.

In charge of developing the strategy of rapprochement and support with the agricultural world and also of structuring the representation and participation of Les Mousquetaires in the work of the interprofessions within the framework of the creation of the FCA food college which brings together Intermarché and Leclerc.

Previously Managing Director of Agromousquetaires, the food-processing division of the Groupement des Mousquetaires, which is made up of 62 production sites, 11,000 employees, with a turnover of 4 billion euros. It is the manufacturer of Intermarché's own-brand products in a wide range of sectors.

In 2016, it launches the Agromousquetaires transformation plan, to develop a matrix organization, while maintaining the strength and agility of a network of SMEs with the objective of achieving 100 million in performance.

2018: On the strength of the first CSR successes, he launches the "Responsible Producers" strategy, a genuine corporate strategy, which aims to make Agromousquetaires the benchmark player in terms of responsible production practices and food methods. This strategy was built in consultation with civil society and a certain number of stakeholders such as NGOs and scientists, the first step of which was the disengagement from fishing beyond 800m. This strategy was extended to animal welfare and agroecology.

2020, at the heart of the COVID crisis, its function has enabled a strong presence in the various agricultural sectors in order to strengthen Intermarché's support actions for vulnerable French producers.

Ole GREEN

Ole GREEN (Denmark)

AGROINTELLI

Founder & CEO of AGROINTELLI Professor at Aarhus University, Dept. of AgroEcology

Ole GREEN

Ole GREEN (Denmark)

AGROINTELLI

Founder & CEO of AGROINTELLI Professor at Aarhus University, Dept. of AgroEcology

The founder of AGROINTELLI and the commercial ag-robot Robotti.

With 20 years of experience in developing and implementing automation and robotic technologies for sustainable intensification of plant production, intelligent weed management, and integration of sensor technology on agricultural machinery for improved decision support systems.

Professor in technology and intelligent solutions for sustainable soil management at the Department of AgroEcology, Aarhus University.

6:00pm to 6:20pm

Robot Demo - ZTractor

#Robots Demos

Bearcub 24: The World's First Autonomous Electric Tractor by ZTRACTOR

7:00pm to 8:00pm

How to get funded for french based companies international projects, and for import in France?

#Table Talks

OPEN DISCUSSION

Moderated by:

7:00pm to 8:00pm

Safe positioning and image anlysis: are technologies reliable enough for autonomous works in fields?

#Workshops

PART 1 - Safe Positioning

Precision is the key to make robot work safely in the fields; with no reliable signal, the robot can be out and producers would not even know!

  • How to physically complete the GPS signal?
  • How to guarantee that the robot is still on the field and the signal reliable?
  • How to detect early enough that the robot is driving out of the field?

Speakers at this workshop will answer concrete user cases and present the lastest advances for an accurate and reliable localisation of off-road robots, a safety issue

PART 2 - Image analysis

Artificial vision and innovative sensors allow plant recognition for an autonomous and accurate treatment.  The image analysis, available through data collection and a relevant machine learning system, has now hold a unpredent level.

  • What is the limit of the image analysis to detect small weed from small plant?
  • Which robot guidance from images?
  • From R&D to the field application, how to deploy these technologies?

Speakers will present concrete cases, their issues and solutions.

Sponsored by:

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Speakers :

Joaquin REYES (Czech Republic)

European GNSS Agency (GSA)

Market Development Technology Officer

Joaquin REYES (Czech Republic)

European GNSS Agency (GSA)

Market Development Technology Officer

Mr. Joaquin REYES GONZÁLEZ is a Market Development Technology Officer at GSA working in the professional high-precision market on EGNOS and Galileo, focused on Agriculture topics. He gained his GNSS technical experience as System Engineer Technical Assistant at ESA/ESTEC, after national and international assignments at innovation projects in GMV and Siemens (Dimetronic). Reyes holds a degree in Electronic, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering at ICAI and Master’s degree in Space Technology at UPM.

Hajar MOUSANNIF (Morocco)

Cadi Ayyad University

Associate Professor

Hajar MOUSANNIF (Morocco)

Cadi Ayyad University

Associate Professor

Hajar Mousannif is an associate professor and coordinator of the Master program in Data Science within the department of computer science at the Faculty of Sciences Semlalia (Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco). She holds a PhD degree in computer Sciences on her work on Wireless Sensor Networks and Vehicular Networks. She received an engineering degree in Telecommunications in 2005. Her primary research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data, IoT, Human Computer Interaction, and next generation technologies. In addition to her academic experience, she chaired the Program Committee of many international conferences. Hajar Mousannif holds two patents on her work on Artificial Intelligence and was selected among 5 best female researchers in North Africa. She received many international awards such as L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Award (Maghreb region) and the Emerald Litterati Prize for Excellence.

Wednesday 09 December

9:00am to 10:30am

Human – robot interaction and cobotic application for agriculture

#Scientific Workshop

SESSION 2

Organized by RobAgri in collaboration with INRAE.

     

9:00am to 9:20am

Pitch - WeedBot

How to use laser to eliminate weeds in the field?

9:50am to 10:10am

Robot Demo - Agrointelli

#Robots Demos
10:30am to 11:30am

Robots for breeding

#Workshops

PART 1. EXPERIMENTATION (20 min)

Wageningen University & Research (NL): Breeding and the importance of phenotyping for reproduction

By Rick van de Zedde, roject Coordinator - Netherlands Plant Eco-phenotyping Centre

PART 2. PITCHES (5 min/pitch)

Faromatics (ES): ChickenBoy robot for better animal welfare and more farm productivity of broiler farms.

TIBOT Technologies (FR): Spoutnic, the first autonomous robot for poultry farming.

PART 3. FEEDBACKS (20 min)

Feedback from farmers and sharing of their user needs.

11:30am to 11:50am

Robot Demo - Ecorobotix

#Robots Demos
12:15pm to 12:35pm

Robot Demo - PixelFarming

#Robots Demos

Proof your future with Pixelfarming Robot One.

1:00pm to 1:20pm

Robot Demo - Agreenculture

#Robots Demos

CEOL, the autonomous solution for row and inter-row weeding by Agreenculture.

2:00pm to 2:30pm

Farming with no tractor driver, is it possible?

#PART 3: TECHNOLOGIES

CROSS-DISCUSSION

The automation of field tasks leading to the advent of a new agricultural production represents a significant challenge in the organization of the sector.

The cross-discussion between a lawyer specializing in robotics and an expert in international standards will provide a better understanding of current safety and liability issues.

Speakers :

Andrea BERTOLINI (Italy)

Lawyer specialised in Robotics

Andrea BERTOLINI (Italy)

Lawyer specialised in Robotics

2:30pm to 3:30pm

Farming with no tractor driver, is it possible?

#PART 3: TECHNOLOGIES

ROUND TABLE DEBATE

The automation of field tasks leading to the advent of a new agricultural production represents a significant challenge in the organization of the sector.

  • But, concretely, what will this change in the professions of each player?
  • From the technology supplier to the dealer, through agro-supply, how will the market and the legislation have to adapt?
  • For each of them, what does an agricultural world in which tractor drivers no longer exist mean?
Speakers :

Laurent CHATELAIN (France)

Chatelain Nursery

Owner

Laurent CHATELAIN (France)

Chatelain Nursery

Owner

1974 Birth in Gonnesse (95).
1992 CAP-BEP Fénelon in Vaujours
1994 BTA in Nursery Option at the Lycée du Paysage et de l'Environnement Fénelon, in Vaujours (93).
1996 BTS horticultural production nursery with option arboriculture at the Institut de Genech (59).
1997 Licence as Technical Advisor in Horticultural Product Sales at Técomah, Jouy-en-Josas (78). Joined the family business.
1999 Acquisition of Pépinières Carnet, specialized in the production of fruit trees. 2001 Creation of the garden centre.
2011 Takeover of the family business.
2012 Creation of GIE Pépinières Franciliennes. Blue Plant Certification.
2015 Obtains the Fleurs de France label.
2016 In 2016, creation of Pépinières de France.
2018 Launch of the organic market gardening activity. Creation of the start-up Up4Green

Aymeric BARTHES (France)

Naïo Technologies

CEO

Aymeric BARTHES (France)

Naïo Technologies

CEO

Robotic engineer, from the beginning Aymeric BARTHES has the desire to bring real solutions to the agricultural world to revolutionize working methods and thus preserve crops and the environment. The challenge of feeding more and more people around the world can only be met by the emergence of innovative solutions. It is in this sense that he co-founded Naïo Technologies, a company that develops and markets multi-task robots dedicated to the agricultural world.
He has led the Naïo Technologies team since its inception, carrying out various projects simultaneously and adjusting the strategy to the company’s development.

Gordon CLEMENTS (Germany)

VARTA AG

General Manager Solutions

Gordon CLEMENTS (Germany)

VARTA AG

General Manager Solutions

Graduated BSc (Hons) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the University West of Scotland.

7 years experience in Electronic Design & Project Management followed by 10 years career in Product Management and Sales Management in the semiconductor industry before moving to VARTA in 2002.

17 years in the battery industry focused mainly on LiB in sales management and now General Manager of VARTA Storage Gmbh with P&L responsibility for Power and Energy product lines.

Global business perspective and extensive knowledge of applications for LiB across all business sectors and applications from cell phone to e-mobility.

MEYERS Greg (Switzerland)

Syngenta

CIO / CDO

MEYERS Greg (Switzerland)

Syngenta

CIO / CDO

4:00pm to 5:00pm

JCA Electronics Webinar

#Workshops

Key Considerations in Taking the leap from R&D to Scaled Commercial Systems for Autonomous Machines.

Most agricultural robots are initially developed as prototypes with technologies that are not capable of being scaled because of reliability, complexity of use, or serviceability.

Once the initial design is developed and validated in use, there is often a need to redesign for scaled production, but there can be strategies applied to minimize this effort.

This talk will describe some of the common areas that are the biggest challenges, and different approaches that have been taken to overcome these.

Some examples of JCA’s experience will be used for illustration agricultural robotics can be integrated into these systems will be described, and approaches that should be taken for successful deployment.

Speaker:

Darcy COOK, VP Engineering / GM

5:15pm to 5:35pm

Robot Demo - INRAE Occitanie Toulouse

#Robots Demos

Presentation of a unique high-throughput phenotyping robot that enables to carry out measurements on micro-plots of different genotypes of plant. By INRAE Occitanie Toulouse;

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Agricultural Robots for field crops

#Workshops

PART 1. EXPERIMENTATION

Ecorobotix (CH)

PART 2. PITCHES (5 min/pitch)

Odd.Bot (NL) : Weed Whacker: mechanical weeding robot for usage in sowing crops for arable farming

F.Poulsen Engineering (DK): ROBOVATOR automatic weeding machine

Terra Clear (USA): fully autonomous picking robot that is deployed in the field with minimal operator intervention.

PART 3. FEEDBACKS (20 min)

Feedback from farmers and sharing of their user needs.

Sponsored by:

Thursday 10 December

9:30am to 9:50am

Robot Demo - Sony CSL

#Robots Demos
10:30am to 10:50am

Robot Demo - SITIA

#Robots Demos

TREKTOR DEMO by Sitia.

11:30am to 11:50am

Robot Demo - WeedBot

#Robots Demos

Laser weeding - accurate weeding close to crop

1:30pm to 3:00pm

Implement automation and coordination with robots for agriculture tasks achievement

#Scientific Workshop

SESSION 3

Organized by RobAgri in collaboration with INRAE.

 

3:30pm to 4:30pm

Agricultural Robots for fruits and vegetables

#Workshops

PART 1. EXPERIMENTATION (20 min)

SITIA (FR)

PART 2. PITCHES (5 min/pitch)

AGERRIS (AU): Digital Farmhand - an easily modifiable, long endurance, electric platform fitted with smart sensing and tools for real time crop and soil intelligence, and automated weeding.

FarmWise (USA): Titan FT-35 - distinguishes vegetable crops from harmful weeds using computer vision and removes weeds with mechanical tools down to one centimeter of precision.

Automato Robotics (IL): Affordable robot for harvesting greenhouse tomatoes. Autonomously drives, maps and navigates in the greenhouse. Then detects, harvests and collects the tomatoes.

PART 3. FEEDBACKS (20 min)

Feedback from farmers and sharing of their user needs.

Sponsored with:

4:45pm to 5:15pm

From lab to success story: what business model ?

#PART 4: GO TO MARKET!

CONFERENCE

Agricultural robot projects are as different in their applications and functionalities as they are in their very nature: project from Research Center, young start-up, large group spin-off, dedicated R&D department among the historical leaders of the , ... But ultimately, who will win the race? And with what funding and business model?

The speaker of this conference will present the outlook of the agricultural robotics market from 2020 to 2030, as well as the different business models available to manufacturers.

Speakers :

Michael DENT (United-Kingdom)

IDTechEx

Technology Analyst

Michael DENT (United-Kingdom)

IDTechEx

Technology Analyst

Dr Michael Dent is a Technology Analyst at IDTechEx. Having joined in 2019, he supports the company's research and consulting within the life sciences, specialising in food and AgriTech.

5:15pm to 6:15pm

From lab to success story: what business model ?

#PART 4: GO TO MARKET!

ROUND TABLE DEBATE

Agricultural robot projects are as different in their applications and functionalities as they are in their very nature: project from Research Center, young start-up, large group spin-off, dedicated R&D department among the historical leaders of the , ... But ultimately, who will win the race? And with what funding and business model?

In this fourth part, the speakers will try to describe their own development models and the advantages / disadvantages they entail. They will also express their support needs for a sustainable development of their project.

An Agro economist, an Investor, a Public Research project leader, an Industrial project and a Start up CEO will together debate about:

  • Which agricultural robot development models?
    Which business models? Which constraints to face?
    Which system will be the most successfull and why?
Speakers :

Seana DAY (USA)

Better Food Ventures & The Mixing Bowl

Partner

Seana DAY (USA)

Better Food Ventures & The Mixing Bowl

Partner

Seana brings over 15 years of investment, M&A advisory and technology experience to Better Food Ventures and The Mixing Bowl. She is a regular ag ecosystem contributor and publishes an annual AgTech Landscape highlighting technology in the ag value chain. Seana previously held advisory and investment roles in food and ag including Director of Strategy and Business Development at AgTech Insight, Fish 2.0 Associate and Managing Director at Centerra Capital providing Agribusiness investment advisory.  Prior to her involvement in food and ag, Seana was a technology investment banker at AGC Partners in London, Ridgecrest Capital Partners in the Bay Area and Headwaters MB in Denver. Her background also includes Head of Restructuring and Operations at Versata Enterprises. She is now based in her hometown of Turlock, in the heart of California’s

Peter HANAPPE (France)

SONY CSL

Researcher

Peter HANAPPE (France)

SONY CSL

Researcher

The issue of sustainable food systems seems to have nothing in common with IT. Yet this is the field of research that interests Peter Hanappe. After a professional career in computer music (Ircam - Centre George Pompidou) and participatory distributed computing (Climateprediction.net with Oxford University), he founded the Robotics for Mircofarms (ROMI) project at Sony Computer Science Laboratories. His goal is to join the technology and food production to the ideas of the collaborative economy.

David BOWLES (Ireland)

The Yield Lab

Venture Capital Investor

David BOWLES (Ireland)

The Yield Lab

Venture Capital Investor

David is a General Partner of Yield Lab Europe where he focuses on sourcing new investments and managing the Yield Lab portfolio. Previously he was a venture capital investor at Delta Partners delivering returns from a diverse portfolio of companies. David started his career at IBM and Merrill Lynch before joining McKinsey & Company.

Erik PEKKERIET (Netherlands)

Wageningen University & Research

Programme Manager Agro Food Robotics

Erik PEKKERIET (Netherlands)

Wageningen University & Research

Programme Manager Agro Food Robotics

Erik is the Programme Manager Agro Food Robotics at Wageningen University & Research. Together with over 40 researchers they work on robotic solutions for the Agri-Food Industry. The team works on machine vision solutions (geometric (2D,3D,motion) and spectral), new AI learning algorithms and robotic systems (intergation tasks, actuators, gripper technology and simulation environments).
Next to this Erik holds positions as: network coordinator agROBOfood, board member EU Robotics TG Agriculture, programme leader on precision horticulture in the Netherlands.

 

W. Wade ROBEY (USA)

Raven Industries, Inc.

Executive Director, Raven Autonomy General Manager, Dot

W. Wade ROBEY (USA)

Raven Industries, Inc.

Executive Director, Raven Autonomy General Manager, Dot

W. Wade Robey, Ph.D. joined Raven Industries in the Applied Technologies Division in August of 2016 as Director, Engineering.  Subsequently, he assumed additional leadership responsibilities for Product Management and Business Development and now holds the role of Executive Director, Raven Autonomy; General Manager DOT.
Prior to joining Raven, Dr. Robey was Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer for POET, the world's largest bioethanol company.  In that capacity, he oversaw the company's vibrant research and commercial development activities at its 28 biorefineries, as well as served on the Board for the POET|DSM JV for Advanced Biofuels.
Dr. Robey has more than 30 years of experience in senior commercial and technical roles in Plant and Microbial Biotech, Food, Enzyme and Animal Nutrition industries at Monsanto Company, Novus International, Cargill, Syngenta, Novozymes and POET.
Dr. Robey earned a BS and MS from Auburn University and a Ph.D. from Virginia Tech.

Tom ESPIARD (France)

Capagro

President & Managing Partner

Tom ESPIARD (France)

Capagro

President & Managing Partner

Tom is an experienced investor and portfolio manager, having, since 2006, deployed more than C$750M in growth equity companies and overseen private capital portfolios totalling more than US$10bn for a large pension fund, a sovereign fund and a VC fund in Canada and in France. Tom also spent 10 years as an investment banker in Canada raising more than C$800M of equity financings and executing C$7.6bn worth of M&A primarily for ICT companies.

Tom joined Capagro in 2018 as President and Managing Partner. He oversees the GP’s operations and sits on the boards of Naio Technologies, Combagroup and Cellucomp.

He holds an MBA from McGill university and a B.A.A. from HEC Montreal.

Tom is a keen triathlete. He has participated to 37 triathlons and represented Canada at the International Union Triathlon championships in his age group.

6:30pm to 7:45pm

How to make the cooperation between the players of a territory an asset for the development of an efficient and sustainable agricultural robotics industry?

#PART 4: GO TO MARKET!

Known on the international stage for its aeronautics and space industry, the Occitanie region is also a land of innovation for agriculture. Endowed with a rich ecosystem, the territory favours the development of agricultural robotics and supports farmers in the appropriation of these new tools.

  • What are the actors' games and the mechanisms in place in terms of financing, skills development, networking and partnerships with agricultural operators?
  • How is agricultural robotics co-constructed?
  • How does the dynamism of academic research and other industrial sectors contribute to the development of the actors of the sector?

This round table, organised live, aims to understand how a territory contributes to the influence of the sector and to highlight the key success factors to achieve this.

SPEAKERS:

Nadia PELLEFIGUE, REGION OCCITANIE, Vice-présidente en charge du Développement économique, de la recherche, de l’innovation et de l’enseignement supérieur

Jacques OBERTI, Président de la Communauté d'Agglomération du Sud-Est toulousain SICOVAL

Marie-Flore DOUTRELEAU, CUMA Occitanie, Chargée de mission Agroéquipement et Agroécologie

Gaëtan SEVERAC, Président de GOFAR et Co-fondateur de Naïo Technologies

TABLE RONDE ANIMÉE PAR :

Pierre Compère, Agri Sud-ouest Innovation

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