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Vivent is delighted to be demonstrating PhytlSigns sensors and machine learning models at the launch of HEIG-VD’s collaboration with Switzerland’s 7th industrial accelerator – the Aeropole in Payerne.

Along with Vivent’s sensors, which are highlighted as part of agricultural monitoring from Space to Earth, HEIG-VD will be demonstrating a range of other technologies that will help meet the challenges of aerospace, including 3D Positioning, rapid prototyping and composite materials.

The keynote address is by André Borschberg, CEO and co-founder of Solar Impulse, who with Bernard Piccard holds the world record for the longest uninterrupted flight. We are sure his speech will be inspirational as his experience as an entrepreneur and explorer knows no bounds.

We are excited about meeting other SME’s, researchers and managers who are developing cutting edge technologies to advance aerospace exploration and sustainable development here on Earth.

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