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CEMAGREFCentre d'etude du Machinisme Agricole du Génie Rural des Eaux et Forêts
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Bulk density and consumable phytomass ratio (CEMAGREF in Alexandrian, 2006) Species Bulk density Consumable phytomass ratio Acacia mollissima 1.50 0.4 Asparagus albus 1.80 1.0 Chamaerops humilis 1.50 0.9 Cistus crispus 2.00 1.0 Cistus monspeliensis 2.37 1.0 Cistus salviifolius 1.80 1.0 Erica arborea 1.77 0.9 Eucalyptus camaldulensis 1.50 0.3 E.
* Dr Jacques Guilpart, head of the refrigeration processes engineering research unit Cemagref of France, on domestic and retail refrigeration.
French research institute Cemagref has the demanding role of developing pattern recognition technology for the automatic recognition of vine-yards within satellite or aerial images.
For four months in early 2003, Hubert Landry interned with Cemagref, a French public research institute for agricultural and environmental engineering headquartered in Paris.
Contact: Michel Crochon, Cemagref, Sensors and Information Engineering for Food Quality and Agriculture Div., BP 5095, 361 rue J.F.
Contact: Pierre Grenier, Cemagref, BP 5095, 34033 Montpellier Cedex 1, France.
To speed things up, Rennes-based Cemagref, a French public research institute devoted to agricultural and environmental engineering, joined Edixia, an industrial vision specialist in Vein Sur Seiche, and the Interprofessional Committee for French Turkeys in Mordelles to develop a digital imaging system that can characterize the quality of as many as 3,000 turkeys an hour.
The French company CEMAGREF have worked with the visual control specialists Edixia as well as the Interprofessional Committee for French Turkeys to create a new digital imaging system for evaluating the quality of batches of turkey carcasses.