21.09.2023 - 15:00 to 16:30 CET
Scope and Purpose
The webinar will delve into the AI-SPRINT project's Farming 4.0 Use Case, focusing on the collaboration between Skaylink, Gregoire, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Cloud & Heat, and Politecnico di Milano. The Use Case aims to leverage artificial intelligence, sensors, and cloud-based solutions to optimize phytosanitary treatments in vineyards, leading to more efficient and environmentally friendly agricultural practices. The webinar will shed light on the challenges and needs faced by the agricultural sector and demonstrate how AI-powered technologies can revolutionize vineyard maintenance while promoting sustainability and biodiversity preservation.
- Agricultural Companies: Vineyard owners, managers, and operators looking to adopt cutting-edge technologies for optimized phytosanitary treatments and improved productivity.
- Research and Academic Institutions: Academics, researchers, and students interested in AI applications in agriculture and the development of innovative sensor-based solutions.
- Technology Providers: Companies offering AI, cloud infrastructure, and sensor technologies for agricultural applications.
- Environmental Organizations: Groups focused on sustainability, biodiversity preservation, and the promotion of eco-friendly practices in agriculture.
- Government Representatives: Policymakers and regulators seeking insights into the potential societal and environmental impacts of AI-driven Farming 4.0 practices.
- 15:00-15:10 Context and setting the scene – Challenges and needs - Danilo Ardagna, AI-SPRINT coordinator, Politecnico di Milano
- 15:10-15:30 Introduction to the Farming 4.0 Use Case - Enrico Abate-Daga, Skaylink
- 15:30-15:50 Testimonial from Use Case / Demo - Christophe Baron, Gregoire
- 15:50-16:25 Panel discussion and Q&A
- John Favaro, Trust-IT, Moderator
- Enrico Abate-Daga, Skaylink
- Christophe Baron, Gregoire
- Gustavo Lardone, ITALIAN GOOD MOOD
- Davide Facchinetti, Università degli Studi di Milano Statale
- 16:25-16:30 Wrap up and conclusions
Registration is free of charge but mandatory.