The seventh edition of FIRA, the event dedicated to robotic systems in agriculture, will be held in Toulouse from 7 to 9 February. Agricultural robotics will become increasingly central in the coming years. Highly automated systems provide an answer to the productivity and sustainability needs of the primary sector.
The use of robotic technologies for agricultural processing looks set to grow exponentially within the next years, making robotics the new frontier of agriculture. In this scenario, an event like FIRA, dedicated to the theme of highly automated systems, is called upon to play a strategic role.
The seventh edition of the event, which is promoted by GOFAR (Global Organisation for Agricultural Robotics), is a very interesting appointment to take stock of the latest generation technologies, thanks to the exhibition of a wide range of models and the scheduling of a wide range of thematic events.
FederUnacoma, the Italian association representing agricultural machinery manufacturers, will be attending the French event as Gold Partner with its own stand and a collective area in which its member companies (Cobo, Tecomec and X Farm Technologies) and Field Robotics (a spin-off of the University of Bologna) will present the latest technological solutions for a more efficient and sustainable agriculture.