INESC TEC is one of the entities involved in the project “Smart Farm 4.0: smart solutions for sustainable, predictive and autonomous agriculture”, whose main objective is the development of innovative and accessible solutions - based on industry 4.0 (Internet of Things – IoT, artificial intelligence, big data, cyber-physical systems, and autonomous robots) - for application in the agricultural sector.
06th September 2021
Almost 4 years later, the FASTEN project – Flexible and Autonomous Manufacturing Systems for Custom-Designed Products – came to an end.
17th August 2021
The Portuguese Robotics Society (SPR) awarded several works developed in the field of robotics in 2020.
01st June 2021
Vítor Tinoco received an honourable mention for his paper, awarded by the Industrial Robot journal. The researcher’s work focuses on robotics and agriculture.
01st June 2021
INESC TEC and Sogrape, a family company leading the national production and marketing of wines, signed a collaboration agreement for the development of joint Research and Innovation (R&I) projects within the scope of Smart Precision Viticulture, as well as for testing, demonstrating and exploring robotic systems and Internet of Things (IoT) prototypes, in an operational environment.
26th April 2021
INESC TEC is part of the consortium of the rePLANT project, led by the collaborative laboratory ForestWISE, which aims to create new technologies and services, mostly supported by digital technologies, in the fields of integrated forest and fire management.
26th April 2021
The SpecTOM project (partnership between INESC TEC and U.Porto) was one of the winners of BIP PROOF 20/21, obtaining €10K of financial support for a proof of concept.
29th March 2021
Developing autonomous robots to spray mountain vineyards, without wasting chemicals, and with environmental and economic benefits. This is the main goal of the European project SCORPION - Cost effective robots for smart precision spraying, led by INESC TEC’s Centre for Robotics in Industry and Intelligent Systems (CRIIS).
22nd March 2021
A gamified goniometer for posture clinical assessment and a technology for locating robots considering tree trunks as a visual reference are the two INESC TEC's solutions selected for the second phase of OpenCV AI Competition 2020, the largest global competition in AI and computer vision
17th March 2021
INESC TEC, through the Centre for Robotics in Industry and Intelligent Systems (CRIIS), participates in the European project Mari4_YARD.
19th February 2021
Ricardo Barbosa, researcher at the Centre for Robotics in Industry and Intelligent Systems (CRIIS), received the "ABB Award", awarded by ABB (Asea Brown Boveri) SA, within the scope of his thesis Odometry and Extrinsic Sensor Calibration on Mobile Robots.
08th February 2021
INESC TEC's Centre for Industrial Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CRIIS) will develop an innovative robot to carry out the control and maintenance of row and inter-row vegetation in vineyards/olive groves - which will later be tested through a pilot at a longer timescale. The pilot will be carried out under the European project NOVATERRA, which aims to ensure greater food security, promoting the access to healthier food and minimising the impact of the use of pesticides on the environment.
03rd February 2021
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