SIMA Tech

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To shine a spotlight on solutions and technologies to achieve high-performance and sustainable agriculture, SIMA creates SIMA TECH!

SIMA TECH: above all, a place for meetings and dialogue at the centre of the show

Here, you will find tangible solutions to today’s agricultural challenges, but also the technologies and practices of tomorrow.

To bring this space to life, SIMA has teamed up with organisations specialising in a range of domains: technical institutes, the world of research, user and manufacturer associations, chambers of agriculture, machine builders, etc.

4 major subjects faced by famers today will be highlighted:

  • Reducing plant protection products: the health of plants and people
  • Carbon footprint of crop and livestock farming
  • More comfortable working conditions, task simplification and workplace safety
  • Assessment and control of economic and environmental performance

These will be addressed through a series of talks, workshops and meetings but also through a unique offering of solutions.

A shared zone at the heart of the show

Located in hall 6, SIMA TECH will comprise:

  • A central area devoted to talks, workshops and networking
  • Start-ups
  • Manufacturers of agricultural robots
  • A pitch and discussion area dedicated to start-ups and the offering in robotics
  • Foresight content

Among the area’s active participants: AXEMA, GOFAR, La Ferme Digitale, INRAE, ACTA, APCA, UIPP, GNIS, UFS, IBMA, RobAgri, Naïo, Claas, Sulky, Exxact Robotics, Kubota, CarbonBee, Sitia…

Further information coming soon on the 4 themes addressed (talk and workshop programme) and on the start-up and robotics zones: consult our website under the Events section.

Start-up Village

Designed as a special show feature, the Start-Up Village will be located in Hall 6 at the heart of the SIMA TECH zone. The friendly Start-Up Village is a real springboard to help young businesses get noticed alongside the big names. For this new edition, 70 companies will be gathered! 

Moreover, product pitches and workshops about agriculture today’s challenges will be held every day in a dedicated conference area (agenda to be released soon).

The SIMA Start-Up Village is organized in partnership with La Ferme DigitaleAgri Sud-Ouest Innovation et Co-Farming. This association aim of promoting innovation and digital technology for efficient, sustainable agriculture.

2022 Start-up list :

Logo société Agri Echange
- Agri-échange

Agri-Echange is an online platform for farmers to exchange work, material, workforce without cashflow. Farmers have access to qualified workforce, specific or traditional material at the right time without buying it and without cash outflow.

Website :

Logo Aptimiz
- Aptimiz

Aptimiz: the solution to automatic measure and analysis of agricultural working time. Boost your profitability and improve your daily life by the precise knowledge and control of your working time thanks to an app without any data entry.

Website :

Logo société Farm Leap
- FarmLEAP

La Ferme Digitale member

Farmleap is an economic, technical and environmental benchmarking platform for farmers and their partners. Our solutions enable stakeholders to lead the coordination, networking and comparison of data and practices to advance farms.

Website :

Logo Javelot
- Javelot

Temperature management helps to avoid mould, insects and recurrent displacements. Javelot is committed to reducing your storage costs and takes you towards insecticide free by equipping all your sites with connected thermometry. Follow your temperatures from your home and be alerted in case of overheating.

Website :

Logo Miimosa
- MiiMOSA

La Ferme Digitale member

MiiMOSA is the first crowdfunding site for agriculture and food.

Website :

- Promus

Promus accelerates transition towards local food supply chains by helping large food producers sell to local supermarkets and restaurants. Thanks to our connected warehouses, we optimize supply chains to drive the cost down and make local food accessible to everyone.

Website :

Logo SAMSYS
- SAMSYS

SAMSYS designs innovative, easy-touse interfaces and digital tools for the management of agricultural equipment for cooperatives, contractors and farmers.

Website :

Logo VotreMachine.com
- VotreMachine.com

La Ferme Digitale member

VotreMachine.com is the first agricultural machinery rental site created by farmers for farmers.

Website :

Logo Weather Measures
- Weather Measures

La Ferme Digitale member

Weather Measures is the French leader in spacialized weather data for agriculture. Thanks to the integration and reprocessing of multi-source meteorological data, its expertise in precision meteorology and artificial intelligence, Weather Measures provides km² observations and forecasts on all weather parameters (rain, temperature, wind, humidity, radiation and FTE) throughout France.

Website :

- Wizifarm

WiziFarm is a French startup created in 2018. Its purpose is to facilitate farmers’ everyday life with simple, smart, pragmatic, accessible and suitable digital solutions. Each of the WiziFarm’s solutions is based on the needs of its users and always imagined with a touch of “fun”.

Website :

A village dedicated to the development of robotics in agriculture

Located in the SIMA TECH area, the heart of the new technology and precision farming sector (hall 6), this village will shine a light on the development of robotics in agriculture by bringing together a unique offering.

In this venue conducive to exchange and interaction, manufacturers will also benefit from the pitch stage in the SIMA TECH area to present their own robots. All this will be presented and hosted by GOFAR experts.

The agricultural robotics village by FIRA also includes a series of talks, jointly curated with GOFAR. In a dedicated lecture room, every day, come and join in with round tables and workshops dealing with the development of robotics in farming:

  • Agricultural robots: the new agricultural revolution?
  • Robots in the field: now a reality!
  • Robots to alleviate the tough working conditions of farmers
  • Agricultural robotics for the benefit of row crops
  • Robots to reduce (or eliminate) the use of chemical products
  • Agricultural robotics for the benefit of viticulture
  • Agricultural robotics: my job is changing. What consequences and what support?
  • Agricultural robotics for the benefit of fruit and vegetables.
  • Agricultural robotics for the benefit of livestock
  • Product pitches by robot manufacturers.

Speakers from all over the world will come to share their experience and vision of agricultural robotics, also offering an opportunity for dialogue, as these round tables and workshops aim to be as interactive as possible.

Detailed programme coming later.

GOFAR (Global Organization for Agricultural Robotics)

The Association aims to promote and develop the agricultural robotics sector on the international stage. Like Robagri, whose objective is to facilitate the technical development of agricultural robots, GOFAR fulfils a growing need for visibility and networking in the agricultural robotics sector. GOFAR organises the international form of agricultural robotics (FIRA) which has been held every year in Toulouse since 2016; and also edits the online media Agricultural-robotics.com.

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