Actions Terres Inovia : exploiter les nouvelles technologies - Institutionnel
Exploiting new technologies
The digital revolution is currently transforming agriculture. The work of Terres Inovia involves the integration of new technologies for the acquisition of reference data and the development of more pertinent advice based on remote sensing, connected objects and the management and processing of data (modeling, big data etc.).
New technologies are being applied directly to the three core activities of the institute:
Field experimentation and laboratory: drones and sensors are being used in trials, together with connected traps (insect yellow traps that signal the presence of insects directly, for example).
Studies: In addition to the new modes of acquiring reference data, the many sources of data available are making it possible to address problems without necessarily having to perform new experiments, particularly for subjects linked to long time scales or broad physical scales (landscapes) and for subjects such as agroecology.
Development activities and advising farmers at plot scale: the development activities of the institute and the products and services offered to farmers will evolve significantly through the development of these technologies.
Contact : Frédéric Salvi
To exploit new technologies to develop our capacity to acquire reference data, by replacing biometric measurements or complementing them with indirect measurements (remote sensing) in the field.
To centralize, share and valorize all the technical data of the institute more effectively, through the monitoring of plots and plans for surveys and experimentation. One of our objectives is to make all reference data easy to identify, accessible, interoperable and reusable.
To develop new products and services for farmers, through the dynamic monitoring of crops in real time, for example, which has been made possible by the development of remote sensing by satellite and the use of connected objects.