Partners & Alliances

Regional
National
International

Regional level

8 major PIA infrastructures are our partners

  • Labex Agro
    #DigitAg and Labex Agro have been partners since the setting up of the #DigitAg project, notably to co-finance post-docs
  • Labex Numev
    #DigitAg and the Labex Numev have been partners since the setting up of the #DigitAg project, notably to co-finance post-docs.
  • Labex Entreprendre
    #DigitAg and the Labex Entreprendre have been partners since the setting up of the #DigitAg project, notably to co-finance post-docs.
  • Equipex GeoSud-Theia
    #DigitAg and EquipEx Geo-Sud Theia have been partners since the project was set up #DigitAg: in the theses and master’s courses it finances, #DigitAg encourages the use of EquipEx resources (satellite images) and, in return, the production of software useful to EquipEx.
  • Equipex PHENOME, BREED WHEAT, AMAIZING
    #DigitAg and the EquipEx PHENOME, and data from the PIA-Biotech BREEDWHEAT and AMAIZING projects have been partners since the setting up of the #DigitAg project: in the theses and master’s courses it finances, #DigitAg encourages the use of resources managed by Phenome (phenotypic data) and in return, the production of software useful to EquipEx.
  • I-site MUSE
    #DigitAg and the iSite-MUSE have been partners since the setting up of the #DigitAg project; #DigitAg is the 1st Convergence Institute of the isite-MUSE; #DigitAg and the iSite-MUSE coordinate in particular for actions with an international dimension.
  • Pôle de compétitivité Agri Sud-Ouest Innovation
    Most member institutes of #DigitAg are also members of the ASOI cluster. #DigitAg and the ASOI cluster coordinate on regional animation on digital agriculture and information relay.
  • Occitanie Data
    #DigitAg supports the association Occitanie Data, which aims to build an ethical space of data economy in Occitania, all sectors combined. #DigitAg contributes to the use case “Agriculture – environment”.


© Equipex GEOSUD

National level

  • ESA d’Angers
    The “Agricultural mutations” chair at ESA Angers specialises in the mutations brought about by the advent of digital technology. Some PhD students are labelled #DigitAg.
  • Hervé Pillaud
    Hervé Pillaud est un agriculteur, auteur, conférencier spécialisé sur le numérique en agriculture et membre du CNNum à ce titre. Les points communs sont donc nombreux, tout autant que les échanges croisés.
  • Orange lab

International level

  • Agence Française de Développement
  • Food Agility, Australia
    Food Agility is the Australian CRC (Common Research Center = association of universities and industrialists) led by the University of Curtin, Western Australia, which aims to encourage the digital revolution in agriculture and agri-food. #DigitAg is participating in the creation of a Consortium on digitally-facilitated on-farm experimentation, a project led by Food Agility.
  • Digital Africa
    #DigitAg contributes to the Digital Africa platform, which aims to support digital development in Africa..

International academic partners, research and training centres

Africa

  • AGRHYMET CRA Niger
  • Université Gaston Berger de Saint-Louis
  • Université Cheickh Anta Diop UCAD, Sénégal
  • Université Alioune Diop de Bambey, Sénégal
  • Université Virtuelle du Sénégal, Dakar, Sénégal
  • Ecole Polytechnique de Thiès, Sénégal
  • Université de Yaoundé 1, Cameroun
  • ENSP, Université Yaoundé 1, Cameroun
  • Institut Sénégalais de la Recherche Agricole
  • USSEIN,  Université du Sine Saloum El-Hâdj Ibrahima NIASS[p2]  (partenaire formation l’Institut Agro [Montpellier SupAgro)

South & Central America

  • CATIE (Centro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza) Costa Rica
  • CIAT International center for tropical agriculture, Colombie

> See also : #DigitAg’s International Strategy