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Présentation de Fruition Sciences lors de Numériglobe 2009, organisé par l'Echangeur Bordeaux Aquitaine. …

Présentation de Fruition Sciences lors de Numériglobe 2009, organisé par l'Echangeur Bordeaux Aquitaine.
Fruition Sciences presentation during Numeriglobe 2009.

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  • 1. Quality Vineyard Decisions Wine and IT, June 18, 2009
  • 2. The Problem P oble Irrigation Water S W t Scarcity it Vintage Characterization
  • 3. A Complete Solution Real-time, Real-time wireless and non destructive measurements Data Storage D t St Data Processing Decision tool Quality control
  • 4. The Web-Application Web A licatio
  • 5. Time and V l Ti d Volume of I i ti f Irrigation 50% Harvest Veraison
  • 6. Growing C to e Basis G o i g Customer Ba i
  • 7. Positive Po iti e feedback • "With Fruition Sciences I can monitor continuously the vine water status to optimize fruit composition. Combining direct visual vineyard monitoring, monitoring pressure bomb readings and the real time information I readings, information, develop site-specific irrigation strategies to bring the best of my terroir." Benoit Touquette, Winemaker, Hartwell Vineyards • "Fruition Sciences allows me to have a more precise monitoring of vine water status, a better regulation of irrigation, and an increased i t t t b tt l ti f i i ti d i d ability to improve fruit quality." Austin Peterson, Assistant W e a e , Ovid Vineyards ust ete so , ss sta t Winemaker, Ov d V eya ds
  • 8. News and A a d Ne a d Awards • 2008 Laureate OSEO-Creation and Development in France: 250,000€ • 2007 Laureate OSEO-Emergence in France: 39,000€ • Laureate of YEi competition • Winner of the New York Club 600 competition: $10,000 • Winner of the Jacques and Francoise Douce prize q p (French Senate-Tremplin) : 7,500€ • Winner business booster challenge (San Francisco) : $ 1000
  • 9. The Team Tea Two founders surrounded b experienced advisors and collaborators T f d d d by i d d i d ll b t Advisors David Aslin Consultants (Finance, strategy) Prof. Whitehouse Yoni Rosenbaum (Wireless Systems) (Web developers) Dave Walther Eva Potter ( (Clean Technology) gy) Management g (Web Designer) Guillaume Obozinski Sébastien Payen (Statistics) Ph.D. Mech. Eng. at UCB Employees Partners P t CEO S. Grillo Dynamax, Inc. Viticulture (Sap flow Intern) ( p (Sap Flow Sensors) ) B. Soufflet Thibaut S h l h Thib t Scholasch (IT engineer) INRA Pech rouge Ph.D., SupAgro (France) (H. Ojeda, B. Tisseyre) VP R&D Montpellier SupAgro p p g (E. Lebon, J. Prieto)
  • 10. sebastien@fruitionsciences.com thibaut@fruitionsciences.com thib t@f iti i