We will give you some answers during this webinar organized by Vinidea in the IoF2020 project frame. The webinar will take place the 9th of december at 16 CET. Presentations will be made by CIHEAM, Laboratoire IMS Bordeaux, Denis Dubourdieu Domaines, Ertus, ISVEA, Valoritalia, Wenda and ST Microelectronics. The talks will be made in english with simultaneous translations in french, italian and spanish.
Here is the detailed program of the event :
16h00 Welcome and instructions
The relevance of IoT technologies in agriculture, EU and global trends - George Beers – Wageningen University and Research, IoF2020 project coordinator
About the IoF2020 project - Jovana Vlaskalin - Biosense Institute
Are IoT technologies useful for grape&wine production - Gianni Trioli - Vinidea
16h15 Implementation of IOT technologies all among the value chain of grapes
Soil sensors for temperature and humidity, post-harvest
Vincenzo Verrastro, CIHEAM
16h30 New tools for monitoring vine conditions
Image analysis, yield estimation, phenology, health monitoring
Christian Germain, Laboratoire IMS Bordeaux
Jean- Jacques Dubourdieu, Denis Dubourdieu Domaines
16h45 How to simplify your daily work using Process2Wine a smart viticulture solution ?
Management software viticulture wine making
Olivier Sommier, ERTUS
17h00 Remote Wine Analysis - or FT-IR spectrometry within everyone's reach
Stefano Ferrari, ISVEA
17h15 IOT tools to enhance and strengthen the certification of quality wines
Auditor tools, vineyard and cellar inspection, remote monitoring wine-making, virtual reality in wine promotion
Francesca Romero, Matteo Balderacchi, Valoritalia
17h30 Collaboration and traceability in the wine supply chain: a platform at the sector service
Temperature, humidity, shocks monitoring during transport, interaction with final customer
Mattia Nanetti, WENDA
17h45 The infrastructure behind the IoT smart system: to reduce vine entrants, handle cellar complexity and improve wine quality.
Mario Diaznava, ST Microelectronics
IoF2020 has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program (grant no. 731884) to demonstrate the value of IoT solutions for the European agri-food sector.