The general objective of the project is to demonstrate the reduction of the environmental contamination of pesticides and their metabolites in the air using Optimal Volume Rate Adjustment tools (OVRA) and drift reducing tools (SDRT) which will lead to a decrease of the pesticide risk for fauna, flora and humans.
IoT Smart Farming
A new ultra-fast, sensitive and time resolved technology for the analysis of pesticides will be developed to assess the application of pesticides from a health standpoint, in real agricultural conditions.
We are a working team project of 8 partners involving Research Centers, Universities, Cooperatives, Private Companies and Wine Producers. All members of the PERFECT consortium have great experience in their fields and some of them are reference organizations in their areas.

How do the Perfect tools work?

Farmers and pesticide applicators can use our perfect tools to reduce and optimize the amount of sprayed product saving money and reducing the spray drift losses in the atmosphere




Innovative practices for Spraying Equipment, Training and Advising in European agriculture through the Mobilization of Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation Systems (INNOSETA)

The main objective of the INNOSETA project is to establish a self-sustaining and innovative thematic network on crop protection and the sustainable use of plant protection products (spray equipment, training and advice) to help close the gap between the numerous European research projects and the use that farmers make of all this.

Optimized Pest Integrated Management to precisely detect and control plant diseases in perennial crops and open-field vegetables (OPTIMA)

whose objective is to develop intelligent equipment for the application of phytosanitary products to achieve the safe use of products. The new technology that results will contribute to make an adequate distribution of phytosanitary products in the needs of crops and reduce the quantities used, improving the quality of the food produced and reducing the risks of environmental contamination.


EUROCHAMP-2020 aims at further integrating the most advanced European atmospheric simulation chambers into a world-class infrastructure for research and innovation. A co-ordinated set of networking activities deliver improved chamber operability across the infrastructure, as well as standard protocols for data generation and analysis. Outreach and training activities foster a strong culture of cooperation with all stakeholders and users. 

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