University of Hohenheim

The University of Hohenheim is the leading University in agricultural research and food sciences. It is engaged in intensive research as well as the development of innovating solutions addressing the problems that society faces today.

The Department of Technology in Crop Production and the Research Center for Bioeconomy are involved in the iFAROS project being its coordinators.

The Department of Technology in Crop Production is holding active research in automation, robotics and precision farming directing its efforts towards improving sustainability and efficiency of the production systems.

The Research Center for Bioeconomy is aimed to bring together actors from different areas to develop and implement interdisciplinary research in a targeted and sustainable manner.


Agroplanning provides solutions for agronomists that monitor, measure and analyze the activities of agricultural machinery. Using the data from customers' vehicles, Agroplanning helps to digitize the operations, reduce costs, increase the efficiency of fleet management and improve productivity.


Agroscope is the Swiss centre of excellence for agricultural research and is affiliated with the Federal Office for Agriculture (FOAG). Agroscope makes an important contribution to sustainable agriculture and food sector as well as to an intact environment, thereby contributing to an improved quality of life.

Disy informationssysteme GmbH

Disy represents a software and consulting company being a Europe's third largest IT cluster. It is a market leader in data management, data analysis and reporting with spatial reference. Disy works towards enabling its customers to make balanced decisions and create a sustainable action plan. 

Perdum NV

Perdum NV is a service and ICT provider company. It has a lot of experience in developing and manufacturing electronic solutions that are applied for agricultural vehicles and implements. The company provides a full range of displays, PLC's and sensors covering the complete automation of seeders, planters, sprayers, and harvesters.