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The 2017 SITEVI Innovation Awardees

The 2017 SITEVI Innovation Awardees

As an international renowned competition, the SITEVI Innovation Awards recognize the most innovative equipment, products, technologies and services displayed by exhibitors at the show.

The results have been announced at the press conferences in Montpellier on 19 September 2017 and in Paris on 20 September 2017.

A prestigious international awards ceremony will take place during the SITEVI Gala Evening on 29 November 2017. The awarded products will be displayed at the Forum (hall B5) during the exhibition.

3 MAJOR TRENDS EMERGE FROM THESE AWARDS:

  • The development of Digital technology for machine automation and for "Digital agriculture"
  • The improvement of the efficiency of crop protection machines
  • The optimization of the quality of operations and production

 

The SITEVI 2017 List Of Honour Features: 2 Gold Medals, 6 Silver Medals And 12 Bronze Medals:

Gold medals

  • GREGOIRE
    AutopincH - Automatic rod shaker aperture adjustment system for grape harvesting machines
     
  • LAFFORT
    FlowPure® - Powdered vegetal fibre for selective adsoption of wine contaminants

 

Silver medals

  • NEW HOLLAND Agriculture
    Integrated and assisted grape harvesting machine wash - Assisted grape harvesting machine washing system for optimal operator safety
     
  • TeeJet Technologies
    DYNAJET FLEX 7140 - Spray control system at each nozzle
     
  • IRSTEA / INSTITUT FRANCAIS DE LA VIGNE ET DU VIN
    EoleDrift - Test bench to assess drift generated by winegrowing sprayers in standardised wino and plant growth conditions
     
  • GREGOIRE
    NEOmap - Yield mapping system loaded on board a grape harvesting machine
     
  • GAI FRANCE
    GAi 45012 Bottle pressure tester - Pressure tester for bottles before filling with still and sparkling products
     
  • PELLENC
    EXPAND R5090 - Automatic container for fruit harvesting
     

Bronze medals

  • PARSEC SRL
    EVO AUTO - Automatic carbone dioxide and nitrogen dosing and injection system
     
  • NEW HOLLAND Agriculture
    IMS 2.0 – Intelligent Management System for grape harvesters - Global real-time optimisation system for all functions of a grape harvesting machine
     
  • BUCHER VASLIN
    DELTA REC - Compartmentalised draining trailer
     
  • PROVITIS
    SMD 50 P - Full-vision machine accessory holder
     
  • NETAFIM FRANCE
    UNIWINE AS XR - Self-regulated integrated drippers
     
  • TONNELLERIE VICARD
    VICARD GENERATION 7 - Barrels selected by tannic potential
     
  • PARCITANK
    Floating beret - Inflatable floating cap
     
  • SDF France
    Connected Vineyard IoV – Internet of Vineyard (by SDF group) - Connected vineyard
     
  • GREGOIRE
    EASYpilot - Non-GPS automatic steering system for tractors and self-propelled machines
     
  • DIAM BOUCHAGE
    Origine By Diam - Bio-sourced technological cork
     
  • INGEVIN
    ECO-CHAI 4E - Optimised and extendable winery
     
  • AGRICOLMECCANICA SRL
    DRIFT RECOVERY ''BAS'' 1000 LITRES - Sprayer with collection screens for sloping terrain
Published on 24/09/2017
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