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Wed 7

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Hangar

T3M Breakfast

Special happening

On the occasion of its 100th anniversary, T3M, a key player in the agricultural machinery market in France, specialising in field crops, livestock and viticulture, invites you to its breakfast! In the presence of Pierre LAVAIL, Chairman of the Group, come and talk to the teams and find out how T3M, a distributor of agricultural equipment, is positioning itself as an innovator and pioneer in the adoption of new technologies for the benefit of farmers.

Thu 8

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Hangar

Axema Breakfast

Special happening

Supported by

Tue 6

8:45 AM - 10:15 AM

ENSFEA Amphitheater

Beyond the automation of agricultural vehicles, robots offers new opportunities to change practices, especially regarding agroecological principles. However, such practices also require new robotic functionalities whose maturity has not yet been demonstrated. This session is dedicated to investigated the need for robotics in agroecological practices and investigate how the robot may contribute to reduce environmental impact of agriculture, and how to evaluate such benefits. Pitch session: #1: \\\"The future of autonomous operation: developing software-defined machines in a collaborative way\\\" by Leandro Zaza, Autonomous Operation Cluster Manager - TTControl #2: \\\"Tethered UAV and UGV in cooperative long term agricultural scenarios\\\" by Miguel Marques, Researcher, PhD Student - INESC TEC #3: \\\"Safe VRS corrections for autonomous robots\\\" by Paul Chambon, General Director & CTO - TERIA #4: \\\"Merging Row Following and GPS-based Navigation\\\" by Jorge Avilés, Post-doc, XLIM Research Institute

Wed 7

9:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Hangar

The agricultural robots market is projected to grow from USD 13.5 Billion in 2023 to USD 40.1 Billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 24.3%. With dozens of in-field robots models already in activity in Europe and worldwide (25 models in activity in France according to the Observatoire des Usages Numérique en Agriculture), panelists will share their visions: - From the market analysis Mc Kinsey: key figures and trends that drive the market, - From the dealers perspective: their key role in the industry, and the potential businesses (crop types and functions), - From the industrials and investors point of view: why are ag robotics start-ups so appealing to farmers... so it is for industrials and investors too!

Thu 8

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Hangar

Since the first robots were used in the fields, nearly 10 years ago, safety has become the most important topic for both manufacturers and users. The robotics companies work closely with advanced technologies to avoid any human issues when it comes to autonomous vehicles. How safe are autonomous vehicles for farming operations and farm employees? Where do  we stand at the legislative level ? The 1st edition of The International Agricultural Autonomy Symposium is a good format for exchanging ideas, sharing experiences and co-build the next steps of the AgRobot deployment.  

Thu 8

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Demo zone 1

LABCOM TIARA, by INRAE Vision-RTK 2 By Fixposition

Description

LABCOM TIARA, by INRAE

Vision-RTK 2 By Fixposition

Thu 8

9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

Demo zone 1

Introduction by Christophe Gaviglio, Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV) With the demos of the following robots:

Description

Introduction by Christophe Gaviglio, Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV)

With the demos of the following robots:

Thu 8

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Hangar

First workshop of the International Agricultural Autonomy Symposium, which aims to gather and comprehend key insights from the field. By collecting testimonials from farmers and manufacturers, the objective is to grasp the challenges and inquiries surrounding autonomy machineries deployed on the farm, and to explore how manufacturers are responding to this topic.  

Wed 7

9:30 AM - 9:45 AM

Demo zone 1

Description

Wed 7

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Demo zone 1

Introduction by Christophe Gaviglio, Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV) With the demos of the following robots:

Description

Introduction by Christophe Gaviglio, Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV)

With the demos of the following robots:

Wed 7

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Expo zone 1

Press Tour

Special happening

For media only     The Press Tour is a unique opportunity to listen to and meet with our top experts during a one-hour tour of the exhibition area. Robot manufacturers, technology suppliers, services and associations: each year, journalists have the chance to discover their products, listen to announcements and ask them questions.

Description

For media only

 

 

The Press Tour is a unique opportunity to listen to and meet with our top experts during a one-hour tour of the exhibition area.
Robot manufacturers, technology suppliers, services and associations: each year, journalists have the chance to discover their products, listen to announcements and ask them questions.

Thu 8

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Demo zone 1

With the demos of the following robots:

Description

With the demos of the following robots:

Tue 6

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

ENSFEA Amphitheater

In agricultural context, robots have to face different kind of task and situation. Whether to adapt behavior to different situations or for safety purposes, it appears necessary for robots to be able to perceive and understand the environment around them. This session aims at investigating the different solutions allowing a robot to be aware of the different situations it can encounter and have an overview of decision making mechanisms. Pitch sessions: #1: \\\"Vineyard Rows Detection using IMU and GNSS\\\" by Jorand Gallou, PhD Student - University of Roma Tre #2: \\\"Optimizing Machine Routes for Agroecological Criteria\\\" by Dr Muhammad Khan, SVP of Innovation, Verge Ag #3: \\\"Advancing Agriculture through Unmanned Robotic Systems: Farm Crop Mapping Utilizing Crop and Weed Detection\\\" by Maciej Szymkowski, AI Team Leader - Lukasiewicz Research Network - Poznan Institute of Technology #4: \\\"A Comparative Study of LiDAR-based Row Detection Algorithms in Agricultural Scenes\\\" by Florian Gaurier, Study Engineer - INRAE

Wed 7

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Demo zone 1

With the demos of the following robots:

Description

With the demos of the following robots:

Thu 8

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Hangar

Second workshop of the International Agricultural Autonomy Symposium, aiming to present ongoing work on standardization and compliance with the ongoing and upcoming regulation framework. We will delve deeper into understanding how governments, syndicates, and associations collaborate to establish the most effective regulatory framework for the development of agricultural robots.

Tue 6

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Hangar

Posters presentation on cutting edge advancements in Ag robotics on key topics:
  •  Technical requirement for agroecological routes
  • Human/robot interaction
  • Evaluation of robots for achievement of agricultural works
  • Situation awareness and environment recognition
  • Mission planning and decision making
  • Advanced control of off-road robots
  • Robotic safety in natural environment
  • Robots (and human) cooperation

Description

Posters presentation on cutting edge advancements in Ag robotics on key topics:

  •  Technical requirement for agroecological routes
  • Human/robot interaction
  • Evaluation of robots for achievement of agricultural works
  • Situation awareness and environment recognition
  • Mission planning and decision making
  • Advanced control of off-road robots
  • Robotic safety in natural environment
  • Robots (and human) cooperation

Wed 7

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

Covered demo zone

Open talk farmers to farmers

Special happening

In an informal, feet-in-the-field format, come and chat with farmers who use autonomous solutions. Ask questions, share experiences, needs and challenges.

Thu 8

12:15 PM - 1:00 PM

Hangar

The World FIRA Awards 2024 Four categories rewarding the best robots and robot manufacturers will be announced at the World FIRA during this ceremony. The "Ag Robot of the Year" - farmers' choice: Award for the best robot currently on the market, presented by Future Farming, and selected from the robots featured in the Ag-Robot Buying Guide 2024 The "Best Start-up" - investors' choice: prize for the most promising start-up in terms of investment, awarded by the jury of World FIRA investors (Capagro, Rabobank and Fulcrum Capital) following the pitch sessions on February 6 at 2:00 pm. The "Best World FIRA Robot" - participants' choice: The robots exhibiting at World FIRA that received the most votes from participants in the dedicated voting box, awarded by World FIRA: gold, silver and bronze medals. "Hackathon Grand Défi Award"

Tue 6

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Covered demo zone

Official Opening Tour

Special happening

Thu 8

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Demo zone 2

Introduction by Jennyfer LUSSAN, Technical Service Engineer, Blue-Whale SAS With the demos of the following robots:

Description

Introduction by Jennyfer LUSSAN, Technical Service Engineer, Blue-Whale SAS

With the demos of the following robots:

Thu 8

2:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Hangar

In a participative and co-constructive format, we invite you to discuss key topics in the field of autonomy: 2 discussion groups :
  • In light of workshops 1 and 2, the goal is to identify points of convergence and divergence and to synthesize them. Do the ongoing works align with field realities? Deployment of autonomy, farmers\\\' expectations, level of adoption... these are among the topics discussed in working groups.
  • Direct exchange with manufacturers to challenge the technology and understand how they integrate autonomy into their machines
  • 4pm - 4:30pm > Synthesis and 1st building blocks to ensure the safety of people, machines and crops
   

Description

In a participative and co-constructive format, we invite you to discuss key topics in the field of autonomy:

2 discussion groups :

  • In light of workshops 1 and 2, the goal is to identify points of convergence and divergence and to synthesize them. Do the ongoing works align with field realities? Deployment of autonomy, farmers\\\\\\\' expectations, level of adoption... these are among the topics discussed in working groups.
  • Direct exchange with manufacturers to challenge the technology and understand how they integrate autonomy into their machines
  • 4pm - 4:30pm > Synthesis and 1st building blocks to ensure the safety of people, machines and crops

 

 

Supported by

Tue 6

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

ENSFEA Amphitheater

Progresses made by roboics allow to see more and more robots in fields to help farmer in their everyday life. However, the integration of robots into farm management systems, as well as the appropriation of these new technologies, still raises a certain number of questions. In this session, the actual use of robots in task plaification, as well as the communication capabilities will be discussed. In particular, the problem of interoperability and the way farmers handle robotics technology will be investigated. This point may also be linked with the topic of safety and legal aspects. Pitch sessions: #1: \\\\\\\"Smart precision treatments by SCORPION robotic solution\\\\\\\" by André Silva Aguiar, Researcher- INESC TEC #2: \\\\\\\"Enhancing Sensing Efficiency in Soybean Plantations in Brazil using Quadruped Robotics\\\\\\\" by Heinz Rahmig , AI Research -CEIA UFG #3: \\\\\\\"Co-creation of smart technologies for a more efficient agrifood production: learning from the past for inspiring the future\\\\\\\" by Catia Pinto, Executive Director- Associação SFCOLAB - Laboratório Colaborativo para a Inovação Digital na Agricultura #4: \\\\\\\"CropCraft: A Procedural World Generator for Robotic Simulation of Agricultural Tasks\\\\\\\" by Cyrille Pierre, Research Engineer - INRAE

Tue 6

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hangar - Class room

Pitches of pre-selected start-ups, behind closed doors. Presentation of innovative solutions to a panel of business model to VCs, corporate ventures and business angels. From early prototype stage to Series A funding, take part in the unique Start-Up Pitch session focused on Agricultural Robotics and Autonomous Systems for farming! List of the selected start-ups that will pitch:
  • Orbiba Robotics
  • MOVE ON
  • MecaBotiX
  • SOFTIROB – SOFTIVERT
  • Robotic Perception
  • DailyRobotics
  • Autoagri
  • listt.io
  • Nature Robots GmbH
  • H2arvester Systems
  • AISPRID
  • Osiris Agriculture

Wed 7

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Demo zone 1

With the demos of the following robots:

Description

With the demos of the following robots:

Wed 7

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Hangar

The French carrot producers are submitted to significant weed management difficulties in organic and conventional agriculture: a pedoclimatic context favourable to weeds, successive withdrawals of active ingredients, labour recruiting difficulties...  The inter-row is rather well managed by the joint use of chemical products and mechanical weeding. However, row management is complicated and is subject to technical impasses. Faced with this observation, more and more agro-equipment companies are investing into new technological solutions (laser, electric, microwave, pulsed light etc.). Carottes de France wants to give them the keys to understand the carrot sector in France and the producer expectations. Carottes de France as drawn up specifications for innovative companies: description of soil and climate characteristics, of sowing patterns and technical itineraries; acceptability thresholds in terms of precision, efficiency level, selectivity; possible technical characteristics (plant stages, mode of action, work output). The main elements of this specifications will be presented by the Project Manager (Emilie Casteil) and a carrot producer of Nouvelle-Aquitaine (Clément Letierce).

Carottes de France is the official national association of the French carrot growers for the fresh market. 

BY Emilie CASTEIL - Project Manager - Carottes de France, Clément Letierce - Technical Manager - Planète Végétal, Pot au Pin

Description

The French carrot producers are submitted to significant weed management difficulties in organic and conventional agriculture: a pedoclimatic context favourable to weeds, successive withdrawals of active ingredients, labour recruiting difficulties...  The inter-row is rather well managed by the joint use of chemical products and mechanical weeding. However, row management is complicated and is subject to technical impasses. Faced with this observation, more and more agro-equipment companies are investing into new technological solutions (laser, electric, microwave, pulsed light etc.). Carottes de France wants to give them the keys to understand the carrot sector in France and the producer expectations. Carottes de France as drawn up specifications for innovative companies: description of soil and climate characteristics, of sowing patterns and technical itineraries; acceptability thresholds in terms of precision, efficiency level, selectivity; possible technical characteristics (plant stages, mode of action, work output). The main elements of this specifications will be presented by the Project Manager (Emilie Casteil) and a carrot producer of Nouvelle-Aquitaine (Clément Letierce).

Carottes de France is the official national association of the French carrot growers for the fresh market. 

BY Emilie CASTEIL - Project Manager - Carottes de France, Clément Letierce - Technical Manager - Planète Végétal, Pot au Pin

Tue 6

2:00 PM - 5:15 PM

Demo zone

Robot Guided Tour

Robot demo

Discover the world of robotics at World FIRA: a 2h30 guided tour led by experts who will present the state and context of each sector, as well as the robots on display. Robots for tillage, seeding, mechanical weeding, harvesting, plant analysis... for field crops, viticulture, market gardening, arboriculture, a whole program awaits you!   2:00 - 3:00 pm -> Vineyard work: spraying, row and inter-row maintenance, pruning and guidance   3:15 - 3:45 pm -> Market gardening: soil cultivation, mechanical and laser weeding   4:00 - 4:30 pm -> Field crops: sowing, mechanical weeding, guidance and grain analysis   4:45 - 5:15 pm  -> Arboriculture: orchard maintenance and harvesting   At the end of the guided tour, you\'ll have the opportunity to talk to the experts. They\'ll be delighted to answer your questions and share your views on agricultural robotics. Take advantage of the breaks between each sequence to attend the manufacturers\' free demos.

Description

Discover the world of robotics at World FIRA: a 2h30 guided tour led by experts who will present the state and context of each sector, as well as the robots on display.

Robots for tillage, seeding, mechanical weeding, harvesting, plant analysis... for field crops, viticulture, market gardening, arboriculture, a whole program awaits you!

 

2:00 - 3:00 pm -> Vineyard work: spraying, row and inter-row maintenance, pruning and guidance

 

3:15 - 3:45 pm -> Market gardening: soil cultivation, mechanical and laser weeding

 

4:00 - 4:30 pm -> Field crops: sowing, mechanical weeding, guidance and grain analysis

 

4:45 - 5:15 pm  -> Arboriculture: orchard maintenance and harvesting

 

At the end of the guided tour, you\\\'ll have the opportunity to talk to the experts. They\\\'ll be delighted to answer your questions and share your views on agricultural robotics.

Take advantage of the breaks between each sequence to attend the manufacturers\\\' free demos.

Thu 8

2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Demo zone

With the demos of the following robots:

Description

With the demos of the following robots:

Wed 7

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Hangar

As Ag robot manufacturers master vehicle navigation, the focus is shifting to the tasks, actions and automation of the robot. With the increasing adoption of autonomous robots in the fields, reliability and integrity are becoming increasingly important. During this session we will share our insights and experiences of GNSS technology, which is in demand today, specifically for agriculture robots. Learn about Septentrio's renowned integrity level, and the challenges and impact for operating a safe robot in the field. Find out what this means for you as a robot manufacturer and how GNSS / INS technology can further improve safety and reliability of your system. Septentrio will also announce a brand new product. A very rugged and reliable Inertial GNSS Smart Antenna, perhaps a perfect fit for your robot? By Stef van der Loo, Market Access Manager, Septentrio

Description

As Ag robot manufacturers master vehicle navigation, the focus is shifting to the tasks, actions and automation of the robot. With the increasing adoption of autonomous robots in the fields, reliability and integrity are becoming increasingly important.

During this session we will share our insights and experiences of GNSS technology, which is in demand today, specifically for agriculture robots. Learn about Septentrio\'s renowned integrity level, and the challenges and impact for operating a safe robot in the field.

Find out what this means for you as a robot manufacturer and how GNSS / INS technology can further improve safety and reliability of your system. Septentrio will also announce a brand new product. A very rugged and reliable Inertial GNSS Smart Antenna, perhaps a perfect fit for your robot?

By Stef van der Loo, Market Access Manager, Septentrio

Wed 7

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Hangar

A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and initial market traction are the first big steps torwards success. But when moving from MVP to product it is time to think about scalability. We at Continental developed a tailored Partnership Model to support companies and start-ups at this crucial step by providing easy access to Series Development, Industrialization and Manufacturing. By Thiemo Buchner, Product Manager, Continental AG

Description

A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and initial market traction are the first big steps torwards success. But when moving from MVP to product it is time to think about scalability. We at Continental developed a tailored Partnership Model to support companies and start-ups at this crucial step by providing easy access to Series Development, Industrialization and Manufacturing.

By Thiemo Buchner, Product Manager, Continental AG

Wed 7

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Hangar

agROBOfood is a pan-European network of Digital Innovation Hubs specialized in robotics for the agri-food sector. The agROBOfood project supported SMEs and start-ups working on Innovation Experiments and Industrial Challenges. A variety of robotic solutions will be presented in this session. What connects them is that they were all supported in their design, development and market orientation and that they worked cross borders. Become inspired by their solutions and experiences. Program: Opening and introduction of session Kees Lokhorst (agROBOfood) Robotic solutions in the post-harvest food production chain • CROVER by Lorenzo Conti (Crover) Robotic solutions for crop care management • ACROCrop by Juan Perrela (Alphaunmanned Systems) • MIRAGE by Henri Desesquelles (Osiris) • I-Catch by Bram Tijmons (Pats Drones) >> ok validé • H3O-Spoton by Lars Berger (FEDE Pulverizadores) • Qualispot by Christian Daniel Rodriguez Nunez (Ambimetrics) • NEWMAN by Martin Ullman (Ullmanna) • FarmerJoeBot by Yoav Bannitt (Robotic Perception) Robotic solutions in harvesting (data) • FullPheno by Jussi Gillberg (Yield Systems)

Description

agROBOfood is a pan-European network of Digital Innovation Hubs specialized in robotics for the agri-food sector. The agROBOfood project supported SMEs and start-ups working on Innovation Experiments and Industrial Challenges. A variety of robotic solutions will be presented in this session. What connects them is that they were all supported in their design, development and market orientation and that they worked cross borders. Become inspired by their solutions and experiences.

Program:

Opening and introduction of session
Kees Lokhorst (agROBOfood)

Robotic solutions in the post-harvest food production chain
• CROVER by Lorenzo Conti (Crover)

Robotic solutions for crop care management
• ACROCrop by Juan Perrela (Alphaunmanned Systems)
• MIRAGE by Henri Desesquelles (Osiris)
• I-Catch by Bram Tijmons (Pats Drones) >> ok validé
• H3O-Spoton by Lars Berger (FEDE Pulverizadores)
• Qualispot by Christian Daniel Rodriguez Nunez (Ambimetrics)
• NEWMAN by Martin Ullman (Ullmanna)
• FarmerJoeBot by Yoav Bannitt (Robotic Perception)

Robotic solutions in harvesting (data)
• FullPheno by Jussi Gillberg (Yield Systems)

Wed 7

3:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Demo zone 1

With the demos of the following robots:

Description

With the demos of the following robots:

Thu 8

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Demo zone 1

With the demos of the following robots:

Description

With the demos of the following robots:

Tue 6

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

ENSFEA amphitheater

A hackathon, 3 topics to improve the safety of robotics in:
  • Proposing new approaches to detection
  • Challenging existing solutions
  • Taking an incremental approach to the complexity

Description

A hackathon, 3 topics to improve the safety of robotics in:

  • Proposing new approaches to detection
  • Challenging existing solutions
  • Taking an incremental approach to the complexity

Supported by

Tue 6

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

ENSFEA Amphitheater

For this 5th Scientific Workshop, students, researchers, large companies and growers will have the chance to debate important - and sometimes controversial - topics:
  • Agricultural Robotics: to which agricultural and economic models are they suited?
  • Robotized farmers’ dependence and autonomy
  • Sobriety
The objective is to encourage World FIRA participants and agRobotics experts to critically examine competing ideas and positions, question established norms, and devise better-researched and fairer solutions.

Wed 7

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Hangar

The question \"What\'s the worst that could happen?\" is essential when discussing GNSS for autonomy.

Real-world scenarios can be challenging and unpredictable - imagine a machine wakes up without knowing its location or orientation, sensors are not synchronized properly, or while operating the machine impacts an obstacle on the edge of the field because of a bad position, or poor surveying techniques and data handling.

Scenarios like those emphasize the criticality of precise and reliable positioning, not only from hardware but process. For situations where high levels of redundancy and diagnostic capability are required and to minimize the risk of the worst-case scenarios, Hexagon | NovAtel\'s GNSS hardware and software solutions are designed and built to provide the level of positioning integrity, reliability and redundancy needed for autonomous applications, from driver assistance through to partial, conditional and full autonomy.

The industry is moving away from research and development and highly technically supervised operations to production and scale with machines being in the hands of farmers...What\'s the worst that could happen?

  By James Szabo - Agriculture Segment Manager, Hexagon\'s Autonomy & Positioning division

Description

The question \\\"What\\\'s the worst that could happen?\\\" is essential when discussing GNSS for autonomy.

Real-world scenarios can be challenging and unpredictable - imagine a machine wakes up without knowing its location or orientation, sensors are not synchronized properly, or while operating the machine impacts an obstacle on the edge of the field because of a bad position, or poor surveying techniques and data handling.

Scenarios like those emphasize the criticality of precise and reliable positioning, not only from hardware but process. For situations where high levels of redundancy and diagnostic capability are required and to minimize the risk of the worst-case scenarios, Hexagon | NovAtel\\\'s GNSS hardware and software solutions are designed and built to provide the level of positioning integrity, reliability and redundancy needed for autonomous applications, from driver assistance through to partial, conditional and full autonomy.

The industry is moving away from research and development and highly technically supervised operations to production and scale with machines being in the hands of farmers...What\\\'s the worst that could happen?

 

By James Szabo - Agriculture Segment Manager, Hexagon\\\'s Autonomy & Positioning division

Tue 6

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Hangar - class room

Private event Please fill in the form to take part to this unique networking time between startups and investors. You will receive a confirmation shortly! FORM   

Description

Private event

Please fill in the form to take part to this unique networking time between startups and investors.

You will receive a confirmation shortly!

FORM 

 

Wed 7

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Demo zone 2

Introduction by Jennyfer LUSSAN, Technical Service Engineer, Blue-Whale SAS With the demos of the following robots:

Description

Introduction by Jennyfer LUSSAN, Technical Service Engineer, Blue-Whale SAS

With the demos of the following robots:

Wed 7

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Hangar

CNES is the French space agency and has been created in 1961. Launchers, satellites, planet probes, rovers are robots needing a very high level of autonomy and safety. These requirements are more and more applicable to agricultural robots that means that part of our design and validation methods could be used.
Accuracy and safety, for the majority of autonomous robots, rely strongly on navigation signals emitted by satellites. In the frame of our program Connect by CNES, several examples of technical or financial support of companies involved in this market will be presented.
By Thierry CHAPUIS Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales

Description

CNES is the French space agency and has been created in 1961. Launchers, satellites, planet probes, rovers are robots needing a very high level of autonomy and safety. These requirements are more and more applicable to agricultural robots that means that part of our design and validation methods could be used.

Accuracy and safety, for the majority of autonomous robots, rely strongly on navigation signals emitted by satellites. In the frame of our program Connect by CNES, several examples of technical or financial support of companies involved in this market will be presented.
By Thierry CHAPUIS Centre National d\'Etudes Spatiales

Wed 7

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Hangar

Guinguette party

Special happening

What could be better than a relaxing moment to close the day and continue the network exchanges? Nothing, we’ve figured it out! For that, participate in the Guinguette Party, a moment of conviviality and networking that gathers 1,000 exhibitors, sponsors, speakers and attendees with food and beverages. This evening will take place at the Hangar of World FIRA 2024! The perfect place to start new partnerships and a way to connect with experts in a less formal way. See you on February 7th and let’s chat over a nice aperitif!

Description

What could be better than a relaxing moment to close the day and continue the network exchanges? Nothing, we’ve figured it out! For that, participate in the Guinguette Party, a moment of conviviality and networking that gathers 1,000 exhibitors, sponsors, speakers and attendees with food and beverages. This evening will take place at the Hangar of World FIRA 2024! The perfect place to start new partnerships and a way to connect with experts in a less formal way. See you on February 7th and let’s chat over a nice aperitif!

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