World leading technologists come together - sign up now to meet the St Louis AgCluster! Nearly 50 per cent of US crop and livestock production is located within 500 miles of St Louis so this is a good launch point for companies looking to engage with US food production. Agri-tech innovation offers response to global challenges A number of international players announced initiatives at Agri-TechE’s REAP 2020 conference. Partnership with Western Growers to accelerate field harvest automation "With Agri-TechE, we saw the potential to create a viable relationship that would accelerate the development of solutions, and ultimately, solve the issues our growers are facing,” Western Growers South Korea Launchpad offer to agri-tech companies at REAP “South Korea can be a base camp to enable UK companies to develop technology for Asian countries,” says Professor Lee of Chonnam National University. East Netherlands’ 'Foodvalley' comes to REAP We want to do business, Oost NL is bringing a delegation to REAP to meet UK producers & agri-tech innovators and introduce the Wageningen UR-Foodvalley Region of the Netherlands. Understanding the agri-tech ecosystem - from very very small to very very big Achieving the global ambitions for agriculture, food production and land management requires a much better understanding of how the agri-tech ecosystem interacts at different scales. Growing a Revolution - could soil health provide an income stream? "Carbon credits could provide an income stream for farmers based on societal value of carbon', says David R Montgomery, keynote speaker at REAP 2020. Gravity Challenge - adopting space tech for agri-tech Agri-TechE was approached by Deloitte to help promote the Australian Gravity Challenge: Adopting Space Technologies Down on Earth, an innovation programme facilitating access to satellite data. Welcome to St Louis, gateway to US agriculture Nearly 50 per cent of US crop and livestock production is located within 500 miles of St Louis so this is a good launch point for companies looking to engage with US food production.