“Making plants healthier – with IoT”
Meet award winning SmartVineyard solution at ICT 2015 in Lisbon
Our competences in Agro – IoT
QuantisLabs Ltd. has gained considerable experience in the fields of  IOT, M2M communication and sensor networks. Combining our agriculture and IoT knowledge resulted in the success of our flagship project, SmartVineyard which we are ready to showcase at the ICT 2015 conference in Lisbon, 20-22 October.
Areas of expertise

  • Agro data analytics and visualization
  • Sensor networks and connectivity
  • M2M Communication, IoT
  • Cloud Computing

Meet us in Lisbon!
Árendás Csaba prezentációt tart a döntőben

Presentation by: Csaba Árendás, CEO (QuantisLabs / SmartVineyard)

Agriculture 4.0
‘The Internet of Things boosting regional innovation’ (Networking session)22 October, 10:00 – 10:45, Room 7

  • Networking with different actors involved in ICT research and innovation and the agricultural value chain capturing both key problems and potential innovative approaches and solutions.
  • Speakers from Spain, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Ireland will present innovative deployments of ICT in agriculture.
  • Opportunities to collaborate will also be discussed e.g. formation of a consortium for the IOT Large Scale Pilot on Smart Farming

Face to face meetings at ICT 2015
During the 3 days of the ICT 2015 conference our team is participating in the ‘brokerage event’ where we would welcome the opportunity of having discussions about Agro – IoT. Every day there are pre-arranged face-to-face meetings within the conference. If you are registered for the event, and interested in cooperating with us, please book a meeting!
Csaba Árendás, CEO
Balazs Huszthy, CMO
Our flagship project
The company’s flagship project is SmartVineyard precision agriculture sensor network. The solution intends to address the challenges of grape protection directives by allowing remote plant disease monitoring and comprehensive decision support with on-site sensors an intuitive, web based user interface. Automated predictions of fungal diseases, and microclimate monitoring supports agriculturists in producing the highest quality crop with minimalized yield loss. Due to a network of compact measuring devices on cultivated areas, viticulturists are armed with precise, individualized data and recommendations and helped avoiding intuition based decision. 

 Csaba Árendás, CEO (about the winner H2020 project)

Some of our recognitions

  • ‘Agro Innovation of the year’ award (2014, Hungary)
  • 3rd best project at Intel Business Challenge Europe (2014, Vilnius)
  • Top 10 project at Intel Global Challenge (2014, California)
  • Top 10 poject at CUTEC Cambridge University Programme (2014, Cambridge)
  • “Enterprise of the month” – Ministry for National Economy (2014, Budapest)
  • Top 10 project at Stanford University Graduate School of Business (2010, California)