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Cambridge Consultants joins Agri-Tech East’s Innovation Insights at Fruit Focus
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Robotic harvesters, advanced sensors, pollinator attractants, an online market place to reduce waste, and decision support systems for improved traceability and productivity – are among the technologies to be presented by members of Agri-Tech East, in an exciting new Innovation Insights feature at Fruit Focus.
Start-ups 30MHz, Breedr and LettUs Grow are part of a new breed of technology companies aiming to improve productivity and sustainability in agriculture, but they will be quick to stress at CWIC 2019 that domain knowledge has been essential for success.
Agri-Tech East members Hummingbird Technologies and Itaka Crop Solution are to join the Canadian HARVEST programme organised by SREDA. It includes participation in Ag in Motion, Western Canada’s largest Outdoor Farm Expo
“South Korea can be a base camp to enable UK companies to develop technology for Asian countries,” Professor Kyeong-Hwan Lee, of Chonnam National University, South Korea, says ahead of REAP 2020. A delegation of companies are attending and Professor Lee is establishing a science park
The Innovation Hub this year will be looking towards the connected farm where sensors and monitors provide early warning of risks from disease, weeds and adverse weather, autonomous machines support 24/7 cultivation, and prevention and resilience are key management strategies.
The agri-tech strand “Wellies and Wireless’ is designed to show how companies with digital technologies have penetrated the market
Swarm robots – small, simple and inexpensive – are poised to reverse the trend in agriculture towards ever bigger machines.