Agreenculture produces geo-positioned solutions for the ecological and economical needs of agriculture.
With 13 years of Research and Development in the field of GNSS positioning and satellite guidance, we have invested this know-how in the development of robots for the past five years. Our main goal is to introduce innovative solutions for the present and coming agricultural operations.
Our robots cover a large panel of agricultural activities related to different types of crops, perennial trees, and vineyards.
20 avenue Didier Daurat
Agvolution protects the two most important foundations of life: water and food.
farming revolution GmbH
farming revolution was spun out of the former Deepfield Robotics team from the Bosch Startup Incubator in 2019. Our strengths lie in AI-based image processing for crop detection and field robotics. We are driven by the idea that selective mechanical weed control can and should be economical for farming companies of all sizes.
We are working on this vision with the further development and commercialization of an autonomous, camera-supported agricultural robot for weed control. The lightweight and maneuverable robot is close to market maturity and has the potential to replace the costly hand hoe and conventional weed control with herbicides with a powerful and cost-effective hoeing technology on small and large farms.
Farming revolution GmbH
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence GmbH
Leading German business-related research institution in the field of innovative software technologies based on artificial intelligence methods.
Greenfarm Robotics (F)
Cleantech/agriculture - automatic farming from the sky, plant to plant.
Today, IT is automatisms and acumen... in the service of advertisement (and cats). How about we put it to produce our food instead? All the while solving the main issues for farmers and consumers. Our solution is a cable-suspended robot to do all field work (compatible with current ag tools). No dependency to the ground, precise farming both spatially and temporally, no action too heavy for it - and embedding machine learning right down to the spade.
Issued from a French research institute with decades of work of experience on these robots, the MVP was deplyed at the end of 2021.
Kythera is developing highly integrated smart actuators for robotics and automation applications. Their goal is to make affordable, simplify and accelerate motion integration while being a committed Europe-based technology partner for its customers.
The Kythera servomotor embeds all artificial motion components in a compact all-in-one mechatronic design and plug-and-play device.
Kythera also offers various consulting and robotics integration services (motion control).
42 Avenue du Général de Croutte
Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) e.V.
ZALF conducts research on economically, ecologically and socially sustainable agriculture of the future - together with stakeholders from science, politics and practice, combining complex landscape data with a unique set of experimental methods, new technologies, computer-based models and socio-economic approaches.
Here, ZALF is investigating the use of digitization and new technologies, their impact on food security and the preservation or enhancement of diverse ecosystem services and biodiversity in agricultural landscapes. This will enable us to develop digital farming systems of the future that are less sensitive to the effects of climate change, emit fewer greenhouse gases and are optimally adapted to their location.
ZALF is involved in pioneering research projects such as DAKIS and PhenoRob, and leads the ZALF landscape laboratory patchCROP. All of these projects, as well as the DeepFarmBots network, deal, among other things, with the experimental approach of agricultural diversification through small-scale field arrangements and site-adapted crop rotations at the landscape level, which can be managed in the future with field robotics.
Leibniz Centre for Agricultural
Landscape Research (ZALF) e.V.
Eberswalder Straße 84
Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik und Bioökonomie (ATB)
The Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB) conducts research at the interface of biological and technical systems.
Our focus is on the development and integration of technology and management strategies to intelligently network agricultural and biobased industrial production processes with the help of converging technologies and to control bioeconomic production systems in a knowledge-based, differentiated and largely automated manner. ATB conducts research in dialogue with society - knowledge-motivated and application-inspired. Its research contributes to food security, the holistic use of biomass and the joint health of humans, animals and the environment.
Leibniz Institute of Agricultural
Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB)
Naïo Technologies (F)
Naïo Technologies designs, manufactures and markets farmbot solutions in close collaboration with farmers.
The weeding robots respect both the environment and man: they provide a solution to tackle farm worker shortage, reduce the strenuous physical workload, and reduce the need of chemicals.
To date, more than 200 Naïo Technologies’ robots tackle weeding issues across the world.
235, rue de la Montagne Noire
OndoSense implements pioneering sensor technology for a digitalized industrial world. With sensor solutions based on high-precision, robust radar technology and smart sensor software, we provide relevant data for the intelligent control and regulation of production plants and machines.
In this way, we are helping to drive the digital transformation in industry. OndoSense was founded in 2018 by two radar experts from the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF.
Bötzinger Str. 60
Organic Farm von Agris (Biolandhof von Agris)
The associated network partner Biolandhof von Agris is an organic farm in the Lower Rhine region with a focus on grassland, suckler cow husbandry, pig farming and direct marketing. Furthermore, the farm is a proven authority in the areas of ecological compensation, land pool and eco-points and also advises other farms in this regard.
Othmerding Maschinenbau GmbH & Co.KG
We develop and manufacture highly innovative machinery for use in gardening & landscaping and agriculture.
Created in 2017, the Robagri association aims at structuring the agricultural robotics sector while responding to several key challenges in agriculture such as the ecological transition and the arduousness of work.
It brings together 70 members, including startups, industrial manufacturers and robotics laboratories, while also involving farmers associations. As an interlocutor for public authorities, RobAgri promotes technology transfer while producing common knowledge and methods on cross-cutting themes such as the adaptation of robots to farmers' needs, standardization, safety, testing and eco-efficiency.
Domaine des Palaquins – 40 route de Chazeuil
With our innovative technologies, we aim to drive the use of sustainable methods to grow our food in all fields around the world.
We work with passion and conviction to promote sustainability for both the environment and farm profitability through cost-effective, data-driven and reliable decision support services. To do this, we use AI algorithms that analyze data from satellites and other sources.
TU Kaiserslautern - Lehrstuhl für Robotersysteme
The Robotics Research Lab (RRLab) has been founded by Prof. Dr. Karsten Berns at the University of Kaiserslautern in April 2003. Its main research activities are focused on the realization of complex autonomous robotic systems like wheel-driven indoor and outdoor vehicles as well as climbing robots. In the field of humanoids, human-robot interaction is studied as well as bipedal walking.
To coordinate complex robotic systems, biologically motivated approaches are followed on the level of algorithms as well as the general control architecture. The development of elaborate machines requires specific design and implementation strategies for large hardware/software assemblies. In this context, the members of the RRLab are studying innovative computer architectures and electronic concepts. Furthermore, the lab’s researchers are constantly developing and improving tools for the adequate support of the development process over the full life cycle of robotic systems.
The lab has been and still is involved in numerous funded projects (BMBF, EU, …) and has collaborations with several partners from the industry (Volvo, John Deere, …). Furthermore, the RRLab is also a member of the Center for Commercial Vehicle Technology (CVT).
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Gebäude 48, Raum 358
Phone: +49 631 / 205 - 2689
University of Münster - Computer Vision and Machine Learning Systems Group (CVMLS)
Within the CVMLS group, we specialize in research questions related to machine learning, machine vision, and innovative imaging systems. In particular, we are interested in interdisciplinary research questions with diverse applications such as robotics, ecology, biology, or medicine.
This requires a fundamental investigation of the way computers perceive and understand complex real-world situations. By looking at the entire process from data acquisition to data interaction to quantitative analysis, we are able to develop solutions beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries. Within the DeepFarmBots network we are, besides the general development of innovative CVMLS methods, especially interested in the development of real-time machine learning systems and dedicated "computer vision for farming" approaches.
University of Münster
Computer Vision and Machine Learning Systems
W. Neudorff GmbH KG
We develop and manufacture environmentally friendly products for plant care and protection and can provide great regulatory expertise.
We pay attention to sustainable production and therefore produce our own green electricity using hydropower, solar systems and combined heat and power generation. We strive to save resources in all areas. That is our contribution to environmental protection. We are therefore all the more pleased that our achievements have already been honoured several times. We are the winner for the German Sustainability Award 2021 in the transformation field "Resources". We were also a national winner of the "Social Responsibility and Environmental Awareness" award, presented by the European Business Awards (2017/18). As early as 2016, we made it into the top 10 in Europe in the "Environmental and Sustainability" category of the European Business Awards.
W. Neudorff GmbH KG
An der Mühle 3
WELLGO Systems GmbH
Founded in 2017, the company develops and manufactures motorized drive and assistance systems in the field of electromobility and generally sells these as series products directly or via clients with market access.
Products such as wheelchairs, emergency couches, bicycle trailers and strollers are currently being developed in cooperative ventures. The first product on the market with drive components from WELLGO Systems is a caddy (FlatCat) for golf. A feature of all these applications is intuitive operation via a sensor handle. WELLGO Systems is part of the WELLGO Group (approx. 250 employees), which operates closely internally, cooperates with universities and offers a large technology portfolio as well as a high level of vertical integration.
WELLGO Systems GmbH
Am Söterberg 12a
It's crazy how many things still have to be done by hand. We at Zauberzeug GmbH automate these processes with intelligent software and robotics, leaving more time for the important things.
Among other things, we have developed a cost-effective tracking solution for in- and near-door scenarios. We sell our modular, AI-capable machine controller "Robot Brain" and offer a web platform for Active Learning, with which we can iteratively train and improve AI models.
In our experience, it is best to think of automation holistically. That's why we are specialists in software development. And user interfaces. And mechanical engineering. And neural networks. And electronics. And product design. And system administration. And much, much more. It sounds crazy; but that's the only way to really implement automation successfully.
Hohenholter Straße 43