Monitoring systems that use satellite imagery and drones to check for the onset of disease and pest infestation;
Rationalisation of the inputs collected to manage all stages more efficiently, from irrigation to the use of plant protection products;
Systems for reducing water waste, such as hygrometric probes to detect soil humidity, the use of hygroscopic gel for slow release irrigation, and fertigation systems that combine precision irrigation with the administration of nutrients;
Precision biological control through remotely managed pheromone traps and drones for the targeted dispersion of beneficial insects;
Experimentation with new tomato cultivars, and organic and zero-residue production.