The Center for Research and Innovation of Viña Concha y Toro joined the list of participants of this fair, which seeks to bring together the main players in the agricultural world around technology and new trends. Continuar leyendo
In the framework of the strategic program “Intelligent Wine Industry”, professors and researchers of the Center for Mathematical Modeling (CMM) visited the Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) to analyze the use of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence in the industry. Continuar leyendo
Dr. Judit Monis was invited to Chile to guide this activity, organized by Consorcio I + D Vinos de Chile, which took place in the Center for Research and Innovation of Viña Concha y Toro. Continuar leyendo
The Researcher in Molecular Biology participated in the congress that, for the first time in 54 years, was held in a South American country. Continuar leyendo
The event, organized by the University of Santiago de Chile (USACH), brought together undergraduate and graduate students, producers of beer and wine, and the general public. Continuar leyendo
As part of a studies program that goes from the laboratory to the vineyards -passing through Spanish lessons- 20 undergraduate students visited the facilities of the Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) to learn about disease detection techniques in the vineyard. Continuar leyendo
The occasion, which sought to discuss the challenges Latin America faces in terms of Intellectual Property, brought together more than 50 specialists from the academic, institutional and business sectors. Continuar leyendo
During this summer, eight inmates joined the CRI team. From countries such as Portugal, Italy and the United States, as well as Chile, students will develop their theses related to the different projects and supervised by the center’s professionals. Continuar leyendo
Responding to the need for a more accurate crop volume prediction system, the CRI is leading, along with the Enological, Agricultural and Grape and Wine Purchase areas, the development of an Artificial Intelligence model that, through the use of drones and remote sensors, aims to deliver a more accurate projection. Continuar leyendo
In order to share good practices, exchange information and discuss the adoption of technology in agriculture, Alejandro González, Deputy Manager of R & D, participated in this webinar representing the Center for Research and Innovation (CRI).
His presentation, entitled: “Adaptation of vitiviniculture to climate change”, focused on the challenges that both Chile and California face, due to the similarities they share in terms of climate and frequency of droughts.
The webinar, organized by the California Department of Food and Agriculture, emphasized the intelligent use of measures that counteract the effect of climate change on wine production, reducing the industry´s impact and improving production techniques.