Autonomous Drone Greenhouse Competition and Congress
14 september 2022 09:00 t/m 18:30 | Zet in mijn agenda
Would you like to see the newest prototypes and today’s state-of-the-art horticultural drones from all over the world? And want to know how these fly - and monitor crops in a tomato greenhouse? Join companies, scientists, growers and students at the:
Autonomous Drones in Greenhouses Competition and Congress
Wednesday 14 September
09:00 – 18:30 @TomatoWorld, Honselersdijk (NL)
Start-ups and scale-ups will present you the state-of-the-art market ready technologies during the congress. Whilst scientists, drone companies and students demonstrate you the latest prototypes in autonomous drone technology in an exhilarating competition in the TomatoWorld greenhouse. Their challenge? To monitor the tomato crops as quickly as possible and meanwhile find a plant infected by a simulated disease.
- 12 (inter)national teams fly their prototypes of fully autonomous drones whilst trying to monitor crops and diseases;
- The competing teams talk us through their technical prototypes and approaches used in the competition;
- Corvus Drones, Avular, Bitcraze, Track32, Royal Brinkman, Flapper Drones and more will present their latest innovations and products.
To register for this event, use the subscription button below and select (first drop-down menu) ‘Visitors joining only 1 day to view a competition’. The registration fee for visiting the event is €20,- to cover costs of food and drinks. Register HERE
We look forward to this day with you!
Guido de Croon, Christophe de Wagter TU Delft Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory
Martin Mul, Liselotte de Vries TU Delft AgTech Institute
This competition is part of the 13th edition of the International Micro Air Vehicle Conference and Competition (this edition is hosted by TU Delft) and powered by Gemeente Westland and RoboCrops.