Decentralized co-creation community
for regenerative viticulture
FarmerActionable Intelligence through distributed researchParticipatory Research EcosystemScientistFarmerService provider
The researchers of the platform can participate in running and future projects. They can construct interdisciplinary projects for distributed experiments with these benefits:
  • Access to real experimental fields
  • Customization of land conditions
    • Climatic zones
    • Altitude
    • Humidity
  • Farms equipped with sensors and monitoring equipment
  • Farms equipped with access to the Internet
  • Robotic solutions
  • Digital solutions
  • Participation of farmers in the experiments
  • Multidisciplinary environment and expert feedback



The farmers registered on the platform can actively participate in distributed experiments on their own farm and compare results with neighbors. Participation provides these benefits:
  • Access to advanced services
  • Access to high tech equipment and methods
  • Expert technical assistance
  • Multiple monitoring tools and resources
  • Access to cutting-edge experimental machinery
  • Innovative digital solutions



Service providers of the platform can provide their services/products to running and future projects. They can integrate their solutions into interdisciplinary projects for distributed experiments with these benefits:
  • Direct access to users of services
  • Real-world testing environment for new tools and methods
  • Demonstration of new products and services to users
  • Opportunities to integrate solutions in distributed experiments
  • Collection of user feedback
  • Expert input on product and service improvements


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fotographic quality image of a vineyard equipped with sensors and cameras, viticulture, for the web, 4k, high resolution, high detailsThere is a global consensus that the mitigation of climate change can be done through a shift towards Evidenced Regenerative Agriculture.

This strategy would drastically reduce CO2 emissions, eliminate fertilizers and pesticide use, reduce energy consumption and preserve soil
A shift towards Evidenced Regenerative Agriculture is only possible when all actors in the community adopt the rules and share multiple risks associated with the transition. This requires unprecedented coordination between scientists, technology providers, and farmers.Decentralized science
through participative research
The community tests the most innovative and highly experimental tools and methods, ultimate technological know-how, robots, advanced monitoring and digital tools.

The community applies these methods to a very diverse conditions of soil, grape varieties, microclimate zones, altitudes, microbiological and geochemical composition of soil with the objective of sharing resourses and knowledge.
Coordinated knowledge sharingCoordination
The information collected during collective actions and distributed experiments is used to train several neural networks that can help farmers and researchers to interpret data in form of a dialog within a specially trained language network model in style ChatGPT.

A unique decision support system trained on this data would allow to find partners, service providers or scientific experts for a new project ad-hoc.
Learning and
informed decision making
Advancing science in agriculture
Introducing a new path towards
Evidenced Regenerative Agriculture
Co-action and co-creation
via participatory research
Vin-Q accelerates scientific knowledge...
...via coordinated field experiments
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