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Live Session Schedule from International Café and Exhibitors
9:00 – 9:15 International Café: Trendlines (Singapore); accelerator and investment offer a launchpad to Asian markets for those with “near market” solutions.
11:10 – 11:25 Exhibition session: Small Robot Company; vision is that Per Plant Farming will become the dominant form of farming system in the world. This means that any farm, growing any crop, anywhere in the world will be able to gather intelligence on each individual plant in their fields, and take action on each plant
11:10 – 11:25 International Café: Oost NL (Netherlands); the Wageningen UR-Foodvalley Region provides a springboard to key European markets.
11:25 – 11:40 Exhibition session: AHDB; demonstrating a prototype for the new What Works Centre for Agriculture and Horticulture, helping farmers identify what they can do to reduce the carbon footprint of their farm
11:25 – 11:40 International Café: Abu Dhabi Investment Office (UAE); Salvatore Lavallo of ADIO is joined by Ralph Nehme, Senior Director of Aerofarms, to discuss demand for innovative new “desert-tech” solutions.
11:40 – 11:55 Exhibition session: Agrimetrics; Helping you find, manage and monetise agrifood data.
11:55 – 12:10 Exhibition session: Wyld Networks; talking sensor connectivity directly by satellite, enabling farms with no network to transmit sensor data to the office.
13:00 – 13:15 Exhibition session: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC); Apply for funding to develop a research network that will focus on improving the sustainability of the agri-food system. BBSRC will also be taking questions on any of their funding streams.
13:00 – 13:15 International Café: Research Triangle Regional Partnership (USA); Ryan Combs from RTRP meets Adrian Percy to discuss the new NC Plant Sciences Initiative. He also talks to John Dombrosky, CEO of start-up Oerth Bio, and Ian Jepson of Syngenta about the Research Triangle ag-tech ecosystem. Karen LeVert of Pappas Capital gives a perspective on the types of funding available.
13:15 – 13:30 Exhibition session: ADAS; Showcasing a number of current Agri-Tech initiatives at REAP 2021. ADAS have a range of systems that apply crop production knowledge to practical farm management through decision support tools, downloadable software and web-based tools.
13:30 – 13:45 Exhibition session: Rothamsted Enterprise; harnessing the world-renowned scientific expertise of Rothamsted Research to the disruptive power wielded by true agri-food visionaries, creating one of the most dynamic, vibrant and well-connected R&D communities found anywhere in Europe.
13:45 – 14:00 International Café: Western Growers Association(USA); Dennis Donohue of WGCIT will be joined by Jeff Morrison, the Director of Innovation & Technology for Grimmway Farms, to discuss the critical issues facing fruit farmers and the innovations that they are adopting.
13:45 – 14:00 Exhibition session: Pherosyn; scaling-up the production of high-value, not currently available insect pheromones and supply them into the agribusiness sector where they will be deployed to protect crops, incorporate a smarter use of pesticides and to help mitigate climate change.
16:40 – 16:55 International Café: Missouri Partnership / World Trade Center St Louis (USA); Mark Sutherland of Missouri Partnership, Janet Wilding of the World Trade Centre, and Eric Hewitson from Wyld Networks talk about how the intersection of agri-tech and location science is a major driver in advanced farming and recent developments in Missouri.