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An online decision-making tool for vineyard irrigation scheduling

April 2020
Gallery Vintel®  1
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Vintel® solution helps to monitor and continuously quantify water stress and nitrogen needs at the plant level.

Vintel® assists in correlating the potential quality of the final product (for specific sensory profiles) using a mechanistic model of the soil-vine-atmosphere continuum. This decision-support tool, suitable for all terroirs, allows winegrowers to compare the best irrigation practices depending on the characteristics of their plots, while allowing to receive an alert from their cellphone in case the plot is too dry.

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Label Date April 7, 2020
From France
Maturity stage Small scale commercialization
Looking For Partnerships; Clients; Network

The environmental benefits

  • 15% to 45% water use reduction depending on soil types and geographies.

The Financial benefits

  • Direct ROI is the economy achieved with a reduction in cumulative irrigations for the season

Activity Region

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North america

United States,

South america

Argentina, Chile,

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  • Activity

Company Profile


itk is a knowledge integrator committed to developing easyto- use, efficient and useful decision-making tools that connect scientific research with production agriculture and allied industries to drive value to farmers and all players of the food system value chain. Concretely, itk develops process driven AI models applied to crop and animal production. Those models are imbedded in web applications and target 1) growers/ breeders and their consultants to help them make tactical and strategic decisions on their daily practices in order to maximize their return on investment while gaining time, 2) insurances to predict yield volatility and help them anticipate compensations and 3) food processing companies to secure their supplies and 4) traders to predict yield volatility and help them manage their risk.

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Headquarters 34830 Jacou, France
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