Agritechday 2022

Conferences program

We are happy to invite you to the 5TH SIMA AGRITECHDAY, International Conference of Technologies and Solutions for Efficient and Sustainable Agriculture on NOVEMBER 5, 2022 – Paris, France.
The event will take place is the prestigious PULLMAN ROISSY Hotel.

Plenary Session – Paris Room

8.30 – 8.40

CONFERENCE OPENING

Fátima BAPTISTA – President of EurAgEng
Frédéric MARTIN – President of AXEMA

Plenary Session – Paris Room

8.40 – 9.15

posters presentation

simulation & testing

Optimization of crop protection

9.15 – 9.45Paris Room

KROPS – An automated tool for tractors continuous roll-over and protective structure resistance assessment under NF-U02-052

Edouard FERRY, Karine THORAL – CEDREM

9.15 – 9.45Sydney Room

What will be the weed management techniques in France by 2035 for field crops?

Paul PANNETIER – UNILASALLE

9.45 – 10.15Paris Room

Noise Challenges in hydraulic transmissions

Gladys GAUDÉ – POCLAIN HYDRAULICS INDUSTRIE

9.45 – 10.15Sydney Room

A comprehensive turnkey service to fight invasion of Thislte in Sugar Beet. Herbicide’s volume reduction on Thiste in Sugar Beet with SNIPER Technologies : a lesson on how Farmers will use new technologies

François-Xavier JANIN, Frédéric LAMARCHE – FRANCE PULVE
Guillaume QUINOT – CORTEVA

10.15 – 10.45 Paris Room

WORKING TIME REQUIREMENT OF OPERATORS AND PROCESS-RELATED IDLE TIME OF SEMI-AUTONOMOUS FIELD ROBOTS

Franz HANDLER – HBLFA Francisco Josephinum

10.15 – 10.45Sydney Room

Development of an experimental protocol to assess PWM spray valves using PIV

Jean- Paul DOUZALS – INRAE

10.45 – 11.15

poster break

New York Room

agriculture 4.0

Optimization of crop protection

11.15 – 11.45Paris Room

Digital transformation of agriculture: the accomplishments of the SMARTAGRIHUBS Project in France

Dovilé GASPARAVICIUTE – ACTA Les instituts techniques agricoles
Anne-Claire BRANELLEC – REGION DES PAYS DE LA LOIRE

11.15 – 11.45Sydney Room

Comprehension of PWM solenoid valves to control hollow-cone nozzles for precision variable-rate orchard sprayers

Heping ZHU – U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

11.45 – 12.15Paris Room

AEF’s Impact on Ag Digital World

Andrew OLLIVER – CNH Industrial SA

11.45 – 12.15Sydney Room

DriftRadar® concept: Towards the automatic management of spray drift

Jean- Paul DOUZALS – INRAE

12.15 – 1.15

lunch break

New York Room

Decarbonising of agriculture

Optimization of crop protection

1.15 – 1.45Paris Room

OPTICOOL : new generation milk cooler, with low energy consumption and carbon footprint

Patrick PERSON – SERAP Group

1.15 – 1.45Sydney Room

Herbicide reduction using deep learning based on hyperspectral sensing: fields results

Anthony GELIBERT, Gérald GERMAIN – CARBON BEE

1.45 – 2.15Paris Room

Environmental impacts of agricultural robots and possible improvements: example of weeding robots used in vineyards

Marilys PRADEL – INRAE
Cédric SEGUINEAU – NAÏO Technologies

1.45 – 2.15Sydney Room

Impact of Environmental Conditions on the Robustness of a Weed Detection Model

Paul MELKI – EXXACT Robotics

2.15 – 2.45Paris Room

Mild Hybrid T4 e-Source with EasyTrime and e-Mulcher

Stefano FIORATI, Marco GERBI – CNH Industrial

2.15 – 2.45Sydney Room

Savings obtained from different spray systems for precision pesticide applications in orchards

Mathis NAVARRO – AGROPARISTECH
Ramon SALCEDO, Emilio GIL – POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CATALONIA

2.45 – 3.15

poster break

New York Room

Agroecological transition

Optimization of crop protection

3.15 – 3.45Paris Room

Dynamic agrivoltaics: relevance of panel steering policies to sustain production against climatic hazards

Charlotte JOUVE – SUN’AGRI

3.15 – 3.45Sydney Room

Protect horticultural crops and ecosystems with sustainable intelligent variable-rate spray technology that retrofits onto existing sprayers.

Steve BOOHER, Gary VANDENBARK – SMART APPLY

3.45 – 4.15Paris Room

AgroTechnoPôle platform for the development of new technologies and services for the agro-ecological transition

Bruno MANDONNET – INRAE
Lionel LEVEILLE – BUREL PRODUCTION
François PINET – MICHELIN

3.45 – 4.15Sydney Room

HOW TO OPTIMIZE CROP PROTECTION PRODUCT APPLICATION USING DIGITAL TOOL HYGO

Theophile KAZMIERCZAK – ALVIE

Plenary Closure Session – Paris Room

4.15 – 4.45

THE ROLE OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY IN DECARBONISING AGRICULTURE

Gilles DRYANCOUR
Vice-President – Corporate Affairs JOHN DEERE Fellow
Chaiman of the CEMA strategic committee

Plenary Session – Paris Room

4.45 – 4.55

CONFERENCE conclusion

Philippe COLACICCO
Director – Kubota Research and Development Europe
Chairman of the AXEMA Technical Commission

4.45

cocktail

New York Room

AGRITECHDAY posters

EVALUATION OF A STEREO VISION AS A CANOPY DETECTION SENSOR FOR VARIABLE RATE SPECIALTY CROP SPRAYERS

Jeon HONGYOUNG – United State Department of Agriculture

DIGIFERMES’ network as a reference label to address collectively agroecological transition through digital solutions

Julieta CONTRERAS, Mehdi SINE – ACTA

Conception and prototyping of a slurry tank increment coupling manure injection and hoeing

Paul VINCANT – UNILASALLE

DISENTANGLING THE ROLES OF UNCERTAIN WEATHER FORECAST VARIABLES ON GREENHOUSE ENERGY DEMAND PREDICTIONS

Henry PAYNE – Wageningen University

Distribution of precision agriculture technologies: an exploratory survey of dealer managers’ strategies in northern France

Yveric DORMOIS – UNILASALLE

Bricolage of agri-equipment: can YouTube farmers’s videos help understand their needs?

Souha KEFI – UNILASALLE

The distribution pattern of digestate pellets spread with a centrifugal spinning disc fertiliser distributor

David WHITE – Harper Adams University

The Classification of Agricultural Wheel loader Duty Cycles Using Pattern Recognition Algorithms

David WHITE – Harper Adams University

Robodock: a practical solution to pernicious weeds in pastures

David WHITE – Harper Adams University

Trektor: a robotic solution for a complete agricultural cycle in market gardening

Hassan NEHME, Clément AUBRY-TARDIF – SITIA

Traction assistance for towed agricultural machines: opportunities and perspectives

Andrii YATSKUL – UNILASALLE

LATEST: an Erasmus+ Project on Local-focused AgTech Education for Successful Agricultural Transitions

Marco MEDICI – UNILASALLE