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Cécile Tondriaux - TerraNIS

We participated in the Digital Farms village. We met for the first time a company that is now one of our partners in the agriculture segment, with whom we support a common project today and one of our services is available on their platform. 

Introduce yourself and your company in a few words.

I have been working at TerraNIS as a sales and marketing representative since 2017, first in Chile where I initiated the activities of TerraNIS and then at the headquarters near Toulouse since 2018.

TerraNIS is an 18-person SME that develops services for agriculture, viticulture and spatial planning. The goal is to provide farmers, grape growers and community decision makers with turn-key tools to help them adapt to the agro-ecological transition and adapt to climate change. These include, for example, piloting and managing irrigations (Wago), upgrading intermediate cover (Coversat), detecting anomalies in plot growth (Cropeo), optimizing harvest and vitiulture fertilisation (Oenoview), control the water stress of the vine in season (Oenoview hydro).

We are based near Toulouse but also have a subsidiary in Chile. All our services are available and sold in France and abroad.

How long have you been exhibiting at SIMA? If it’s your first year, what convinced you to participate? 

2022 will be our first participation in SIMA as an exhibitor. SIMA is a key event that brings together all stakeholders in the agricultural sector. It is also a meeting point for innovation and a meeting point with future customers and partners.

What is your best memory of SIMA (perhaps as a visitor if you were not exhibiting before)?

We participated in the Digital Farms village. We met for the first time a company that is now one of our partners in the agriculture segment, with whom we support a common project today and one of our services is available on their platform.

What is the most iconic machine or service that you have launched in an SIMA edition?

We have not yet launched a service or machine at SIMA.

What do you think the SIMA of the future will look like?

The SIMA of the future will be able to highlight users of different solutions on different themes. These users will be able to directly attest to their use of the tools and their possible crossover to create integrated tools for a more sustainable and efficient agriculture of tomorrow.