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DLG Agrifuture Concept Winner 2023

Winners of the Future Prize for Agricultural Technology

From a shortlist of 10 nominated innovations the DLG (German Agricultural Society) selected 5 concepts for the "DLG-Agrifuture Concept Winner" award for pioneering achievements and visions for the future in agricultural technology. The new award focuses on the technical possibilities in the next 5 to 10 years and explores the realistic chances of implementation.

The award ceremony for the winners will take place on 14 November at AGRITECHNICA.

AMAZONEN-WERKE H. DREYER SE & Co. KG (Hall 9, Stand C30)


In cooperation with: 
AgDoIT GmbH i.G. (Hall 9, Stand C30)
EXAgT GmbH (Hall 25, Stand B14)
exatrek EXA Computing GmbH (Hall P11, Stand D84)
geo-konzept GmbH (Hall 8, Stand B06)
Hanse-Agro GmbH (Hall 9, Stand C30)
Fachhochschule Kiel Fachbereich Agrarwirtschaft (Hall 24, Stand A24)

ISO Farm Research (IFR) is a new and innovative digital system for automating and boosting on-farm research based on the ISOBUS standard. Planning and the establishment of new experiments and measurement trials will become more user-friendly and safer with this new technology so that more knowledge and insights can be 'harvested' in agricultural practice. GmbH (Hall 25, Stand H23)


In cooperation with:
John Deere Walldorf GmbH & Co. KG (Hall 13, Stand C44)

Dual.Volt.24M uses the electric-hybrid herbicide technology for crop treatment without non-selective herbicides. It is a combination with a broadcast and band spraying system for sustainable high efficiency. The 24 meter working width and adaptive applicators enable desiccation, intercrop and weed control as well as camera-controlled inter-row treatment that flexibly adapts to different row spacing and plant sizes.

Fachhochschule Kiel Fachbereich Agrarwirtschaft (Hall 24, Stand A24)

AgTech CoPilot

In cooperation with: 
Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel (Hall 24, Stand C19)

AgTech CoPilot, an intelligent architecture for hybrid agricultural machinery, is a novel system that integrates tractors, drones and robots into a collaborative network. It is the embodiment of precision farming, ensuring efficient and sustainable agriculture. The innovation lies in the system's ability to enable seamless interaction between these technologies, optimising their usage.

Fendt AGCO GmbH (Hall 20, Stand B39)

FENDT + Lauwen E-Vario Weeder

Fendt's E-Vario weeder concept presents a weeder that is optimised for combining with an electrically powered tractor. The weeder incorporates electrically driven weeding modules that optimise power consumption. The modular set-up enables easy adaption to multiple farming conditions and crops. AI-based plant and weed detection and two cameras for monitoring the process establish the foundation for full autonomy.


NEXAT (Hall 3, Stand C04)

Multi-crop cultivation with NEXAT plant production system

In multi-cropping, several plant species are grown simultaneously in the same field. Different plants with different growing and harvesting times are combined. This method offers various crop production advantages. The NEXAT crop production system enables the technical and economical implementation of multi-cropping.