The CAPTE Workshop is an event dedicated to bridging the gap between science and industry by presenting the research work achieved in the past decade and by introducing the latest advancements in plant phenotyping tools and methods for an efficient use of remote sensing in agriculture.
CAPTE is a joint research unit dedicated to developing tools and methods for an efficient use of sensors and remote sensing in agriculture. Along with Hiphen’s team of 20+ engineers, agronomists and IT specialists, CAPTE involves scientists from INRA, Arvalis, Terres Inovia, Geves, CTIFL, ACTA, and ITB. You can consult the series of 40+ scientific papers we published since 2014 in our online archive HERE.
The CAPTE Workshop will take place from May 11th to May 13th, 2022, in Avignon and Gréoux-les-bains (south of France).
The event will be divided into two parts:
- May 11-12th: 2 days of talks, sharing and plenary sessions to discuss the methods used and the agronomic traits that we can extract from crop images. With speakers from the scientific community up to people coming from the application field, these two days will be rich in exchanges and understanding of advanced phenotyping methods that are yet available. (Definitive program construction is underway and will be communicated to you soon, stay tuned!)
- May 13th: 1 day of visit in an experimental site and discovery of some of the most advanced plant phenotyping devices to date
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