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For organic farming, with IT and robotics in support

profilePhoto   Jean-Philippe Gendre
Linksium Contact Jean-Philippe Gendre +33 (0)6 03 37 38 40
TOUTITERRE Flore Lacrouts-Cazenave, CEO +33 (0)6 10 14 79 65


  • Increases the profitability of small farms
  • Working comfort
  • Precision
  • Versatility

Key words

  • Market gardening
  • Fair trade
  • Mobility
  • Ecology



Linksium Continuum

  • Incubation


  • Incorporated startups


In a context where the consumption of fresh organic products is increasing by 10% every year, producers of fruit, vegetables and aromatic plants encounter numerous difficulties in their work:

  • lack of tools adapted to the work
  • constant work overload and excessive physical exertion all year long
  • low profitability of small and medium-sized farms, even more of a problem in organic farming.


Toutilo: a mobile open mechanical and software platform with an electric motor and the development of robotic modules as part of a cobotics* approach.

*Cobotics is an emerging branch of technology, at the interface of cognotics and the human factor, of biomechanics and robotics.


  • Optimization of the mechatronic triptych approach: speed-autonomy-torque
  • Research and development in robotics, mechanics, electronics, computer science, ergonomics and design
  • Striving for operational excellence

State of progress

Founded in October 2014, the family business Touti Terre is developing a collaborative organisation with key partners to market the Toutilo product.
Partners: BPI France (Emergence competition 2014), Inria, Coboteam , Réseau Entreprendre (loan on trust 2015), Innovizi (2013 and 2015), Innov'R (Coup de Cœur trophies 2013), ARDI and the region.
The company has built up an important network of industrial partners, for example with the AIM Group. Moreover, the company Tout Terre ensures the industrialisation of the Toutilo in Europe with all the necessary reactivity to customers requests.


Toutilo is aimed at market gardeners, arborists and producers of aromatic plants and horticulturists, mainly for weeding, sowing, planting and carrying heavy loads. It comes with a number of optional extras that enhance its possible uses. It is also a work experience that places humans rather than the machine and its tempo at the centre of land cultivation.