2013 SIMA Innovation Award Winners Announced November 21, 2012 11:00 PM Tweet TAGS: Marketing, Overseas December 18, 2014 By Nate Birt Top Producer Managing Editor Email Winners of the 2013 SIMA Innovation Award have been announced. The recipients underscore the growing integration of Internet and mobile computing devices into farm machinery, improvements in equipment efficiency and heightened security, SIMA says. The 75th annual SIMA, Paris International Agri-Business Show will happen from Feb. 24-28 in France. Click here for the full list of 2013 award winners. The recipients are: GOLD MEDALS Claas (automatic and continuous control of combine harvesters) Claas (Universal Isobus Terminal application for tablet computers) John Deere (clean multi-fuel tractor) SILVER MEDALS Claas (cooling and anti-clogging system for combine harvesters) Jeantil (automated feeding chain) John Deere (Virtual Terminal remote information sharing) New Holland Agriculture (innovatively designed baler with added security without the need for special tools) SPECIAL MENTIONS Amazone (system for selecting low-drift nozzles on plot edges) Amazone (automated edge system) Belair (adaptable automated feeding system) Berthoud (cyclone-type direct-injection multi-product mixer) Bonfiglioli Transmissions (electric gear motor for high-power transmission systems on hybrid farming vehicles) Dangreville (automated weight transfer system for manure spreaders) Dario Developpement (radio-controlled hybrid clearing vehicle) Geringhoff GmbH & Co. KG (row independent corn harvester) Hardi-Evrard (new valve and control system for crop sprayers) Kverneland Group (system for automatically controlling fertilizer distributors from the cab) Muller-Elektronik (system for individually controlling nozzle holders on spray booms) Sulky (automated system for controlling a centrifugal fertilizer distributor) Back to news Harness the power of AgTech Farm Journal's AgTech Expo Dec. 11 to 13 in Indianapolis, IN Keynotes from: Google's Geospacial Technologist, Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie, and an expert in the Internet of Things. Plus 19 breakouts presented by independent industry experts. To learn more, click here.