“FlexiGroBots - Flexible robots for intelligent automation of precision agriculture operations”.
On May 12th, 2021 at 3 pm I have the pleasure to present to you in the AI4EU Café
Daniel Calvon Alonso (Head of AI, Data & Robotics Unit at Atos Research and Innovation – FlexiGroBots Project Coordinator)
The adoption of novel technologies by the agriculture sector has increased in the past years, unleashing a new paradigm – Agriculture 4.0. Within it, robotics, AI, automation, and other novel technologies play a major role in crop production and precision agriculture operations, optimising resources based on relevant data. Nevertheless, there is a gap between the installed and the real performance of different types of robots used for specific tasks.
FlexiGroBots is an H2020 project addressing the growing market needs for new robotic technologies and their adoption by ensuring efficient automation of precision agriculture operations and flexible use of multi-robot systems, including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs), which will be demonstrated on three real-life pilots on grapevines (Spain), rapeseeds (Finland), and blueberries (Lithuania and Serbia).
Join us at this interesting Café where you will be able to know more about FlexiGroBots motivation, objectives and its innovative platform which integrates and leverages existing technology platforms and components, digital transformation initiatives and ecosystems, and reference models and standards.
Daniel Calvo obtained his MSc in Telecommunications Engineering by the University of Cantabria in 2009. He has worked for more than ten years in research and innovation projects in the area of heterogeneous hardware/software embedded systems, the Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence. Currently, he is the Head of the Artificial Intelligence, Data and Robotics unit in Atos Research and Innovation