Since 2016, WORLD FIRA is the only event where you can discover new entrants and the most advanced technologies for autonomous farming.
WORLD FIRA brings on stage the state-of-the-art of the latest innovations of the industry in terms of technologies, legislation, scientific research, and user cases.
Meet manufacturers, growers and innovators:
- NETWORKING: foster collaborations between the key players of the value chain.
- PROMOTION: dedicated times for media and communications.
- SCALE UP: meet strategic partners: investors, dealers, key accounts, suppliers…
INRAE will be present at FIRA 2023:
- Tuesday, February 7: SCIENTIFIC WORKSHOP: accessible robotic technologies for the agricultural transition
The 4th edition of the Scientific Workshop, organised jointly by INRAE and RobAgri, will highlight the latest research projects through presentations on cutting edge advancements in ag robotics and related technologies.
- Wednesday, February 8 and Thursday, February 9: robot demonstration
The phenomenobile, from the agroecology and crop phenotyping experimental unit (APC) of INRAE Occitanie-Toulouse centre, autonomously travels through plots of land and collects information on the state of plants at high speed, thanks to its on-board sensors.
Within the joint framework of the Tiara and AgriVia laboratories with the companies Sabi-Agri and INNODURA TB, ROMEA team of Technologies and Information Systems for Agrosystems (TSCF) unit of Clermont-Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes centre wishes to illustrate, through robotic demonstrations, methods for monitoring crop rows and 3D mapping of the agricultural environment for safety purposes thanks to innovative devices.
As part of the French Investments for the Future project PHENOME, a unique phenotyping robot was developed by INRAE's Joint Research Unit for AGroecology, Innovations and teRritories (AGIR), Unit for the Mediterranean Environment and Modelling of Agro-hydrosystems (EMMAH), and ARVALIS. A prototype has just arrived at the Field Crop Experimentation unit, which is affiliated with INRAE Occitanie-Toulouse. The robot will be linked with AgroPhen, a technological platform dedicated to field-based high-throughput phenotyping of major crop species.