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Specialist in sensor development

Specialist in sensor development

Technical specialist in the development of specific monitoring sensors for agro-livestock activities.
Technical specialist in the development of specific monitoring sensors for agro-livestock activities.
Design and development of specific sensors for temperature, humidity, gas levels, animal health ...
Design and development of individualized sensors according to the specific needs of the client.
Design and development of new direct utility sensors in agricultural production

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Autofarm was born with the objective of simplifying the monitoring and management of livestock farms, combining an easy-to-use and comprehensible system with the possibility of obtaining large amounts of data in real time from any point to be monitored.


The sensor measures the activity of the animal's collar as well as its rumination and its ingestion time and then communicates the data through a LoRa private antenna.

Visio-Green connected weather station

The connected weather station collects various meteorological data, almost in real time. The data collected are: temperature, hygrometry, atmospheric pressure, rainfall and wind speed. The data is updated every 15 minutes. So, the farmer knows the precise weather conditions on his/her farm and can even consult the history of the data to better understand and facilitate his/her work.


FARMBOT is a robot which can maintain a vegetable garden. It is delivered as a kit and must be built by the buyer. It is linked up to your smartphone or computer. It can plant seeds, water plants and control weeds. Students, farmers and researchers want to experiment this robot with local products and educate people about precision farming.

EFOS Trapview

Trapview allows to monitor the pest population in real time.


Experimental device for testing large scale innovative solutions in the connected agriculture market

Animal Protection

Tens of thousands of fawns die every year because they hide in the meadows. With drones, farmers try to track them down and scare them away.

by Dr. Radut