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Identify plants directly where they grow and share your findings in real-time using a simple, easy-to-use tool? This is the idea behind the new mobile app Pl@antNet, which was presented at the International Agricultural Show 2013.
Launched in 2013 at the 50th Paris International Agricultural Show, the Pl@ntNet application allows users to collect, annotate and search for images to help them identify plants using their smartphone. The fruit of collaborative work between computer scientists and botanists, Pl@ntNet has found its audience and has even surpassed its inventors' expectations. Making botany accessible to everyone does not seem like such a far-fetched idea after all. Pierre Bonnet, coordinator of the project for CIRAD, and Alexis Joly, a researcher at Inria's Zenith team, provide an initial appraisal of the Pl@ntNet venture and reveal upcoming initiatives.
The goal of Pl@ntNet is to share the world’s botanical knowledge over the Web. This is an original and ambitious project in which Inria is involved through the IKONA search engine developed by the IMEDIA team.
Over the last eleven years, Inria and INRA have continuously renewed their partnership: the fourth framework agreement, signed in June 2016, confirms the collaboration between the two institutions through joint research teams and scientific projects.