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Digital technologies for wine production, logistics and presentation to the final consumer: ready-to-use innovations

Recordings of the webinar organised by the digital innovation hub DIGIWINE (Part 3)

Digital technologies for wine production, logistics and presentation to the final consumer: ready-to-use innovations

How to estimate the harvest yield, also in the case of terraced vineyards and taking into account climate change? How can you better manage logistics, taking into account the risks associated with transport? How to communicate dynamically with the final consumer without changing your labels?

Digital innovations ready to be implemented for the production, logistics and presentation of wine to the final consumer are presented to the community of oenologists.

  • Wineo, Harvest yield prediction using satellite imagery and AI
      David de la Fuente Blanco, GMV (ES)
  • Collaborative and automated logistics
      Cansu Aygün, WENDA (IT)
  • Augmented reality application for wines and spirits
      Pierre Jeanne, SMARTBOTTLE (FR)


The webinar is one of the activities proposed by the Digital Innovation Hub DIGIWINE, created by SIVE and VINIDEA in the frame of the H2020 project SmartAgriHubs. DIGIWINE’s mission is to promote the development of digital solutions in the wine industry, and to foster their implementation throughout European wine regions.

DIGIWINE Smart Agri Hubs
Published on 09/01/2022
    • Wineo, Harvest yield prediction using satellite imagery and AI
    • Collaborative and automated logistics
    • Augmented reality application for wines and spirits
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