2017 International Agricultural Show

In order to meet the agricultural challenges of the future by improving and increasing production, farmers can count on research and young French Tech start-ups for support. Drones, smartphones, and sensors installed on farms represent multiple sources of different types of information that are transformed into usable data to improve agricultural productivity.

Measuring ground humidity levels, detecting weeds in real time, measuring the quality and quantity of grass for pasture, and calculating the energy consumption of farms are just some of the new services that agricultural big data is creating to help the industry become more economical, environmentally friendly and convenient for farmers. At the International Agricultural Show, Irstea is offering a family experience in its connected farm, from stable to greenhouse to large-scale crop fields. This will improve the public’s understanding of the advantages provided by digital technologies for all crops and all farm sizes.

Discover the connected farm

Take on the challenges facing connected farmers. As you go from the stable to the greenhouses and the fields, you will monitor the health of your livestock, check the state of your crops, and apply the correct amount of fertilizer and water to optimize production with the help of sensors, an equipped drone and a robot. Presenters and researchers will be on hand to help you, every day from 10am-5pm in Hall 4, Stand B4009.

To win tickets to the trade fair, check out our Facebook page on February 9 and 15!

Take part in our conference series

As part of the Agriculture-Innovation 2025 report delivered last year and the report by JM Bournigal this year on the configuration of a digital portal for agricultural data, Irstea and INRA invite you to a series of conferences at the INRA stand (Hall 4, Row B, Stand no. 81):

Sign up for conferences on the Inra website

To win tickets to the trade fair, check out our Facebook page on February 9 and 15!

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