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There is an opportunity to gain firsthand advice from a range of business advisors with significant agri-tech knowledge in the Agri-Business Plaza supporting the Focus on Funding event.
Innovations to improve farm safety include a QR activated machinery audit, automated risk assessment and a wearable motion sensor that provides alerts for moving machinery.
Eco insulation is one of the many applications for industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa), a plant that is gaining interest as an alternative to oilseed rape in a rotation…
The potential of hemp, a variety of Cannabis sativa L. is to be discussed at the Agri-TechE event ‘Farmer to Pharma’, on 12th May.
Would it be possible to produce nitrogen fertiliser on-farm and reduce the agricultural sector’s greenhouse gas emissions? Early-stage agri-tech companies Atmonia and N2 Applied say it is. They have developed alternative approaches to generating fertiliser in a shipping container using renewable energy sources; offering the potential for carbon neutral production.
Breedr, Small Robot Company and Cellular Agriculture were among the top global agri-tech companies listed in the FoodTech 500 report by Forward Fooding.
A new era of decision support tools is making it possible to understand the complexity of food production for the first time and to begin to see how the system can be improved at every level. Latest developments in the vibrant agri-tech ecosystem are captured in the new REAP report.
The V-4 consortium is interested in agri-tech developments such as the use of drones, robots, sensors and farm management software for precision farming, as well as next generation farms and urban farming.