REAP 2020 is a virtual conference. This creates the opportunity for REAP exhibitors to benefit from AI facilitated brokerage, ensuring they gain maximum value from interaction with the vibrant agri-tech innovation ecosystem.
The agri-tech innovation pipeline remains full, and the need for activities to help showcase new, evidence-based opportunities to farmers has probably never been stronger. However the relationship between tech developer and early adopter needs to managed carefully to ensure both partners gain mutual benefit.
Smartbell won the 2016 GROW agri-tech competition with their e-business plan. Four years on, co-founder Veena Adityan shares how the company is still reaping the benefits.
FarmingData won the 2017 GROW agri-tech business plan competition and co-founder Jacqui Poon says the process was highly beneficial to the company. “Since winning GROW, we have had the opportunity to develop our initial prototype at an accelerator, and have combined this development with networking opportunities with those interested in the agri-tech space.”
For many the rapid changes created by digital technologies, across all areas of agriculture from plant and animal breeding to application of plant protection products, can be a bit of a mystery, so Agri-Tech East has invited a selection of tech savvy farmers, researchers and entrepreneurs to give their vision of One Agriculture at REAP sofa session.
Want to check inter-operability of devices and equipment? A new way for farmers, dealers and manufacturers to check the ISOBUS status of their equipment is to be discussed at Connected Farm event.
Agri-Tech East announces trans-Atlantic agreement with Canada’s SREDA to promote collaboration and trade opportunities for agri-tech businesses.
Although the Bank of England’s chief economist has predicted that up to 50% of all jobs could be lost to robots and artificial intelligence (AI)