Grapeworm is a concern in viticulture because it impacts both the production and the quality of the harvested grapes. The AGMA (Automated Grapeworm Monitoring and Advice) is a grapeworm management service based on strategically placed automatic IOT traps for monitoring production areas and a decision-making data chain allowing precise and personalized advice for vineyard growers and wider adoption of pest management services. Current services are both expensive and time consuming for the farmer and the adviser minimizing their adoption and their effect on insecticide optimization. Connected traps are often used as a replacement for conventional traps with no concern for the positioning of the trap of the management of the extra data it produces with a better temporal resolution. Coming as a complete method for monitoring and producing advice over an area, AGMA will also be transposable to other crops and pests.
|Voucher||Demonstration - Small scale|
|Type of proposal||Collaborative|