We are continuing to monitor the situation regarding coronavirus in relation to our events in the coming year. We will act in accordance with current guidance, but at this time please assume all events will be hosted virtually.
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Agri-TechE Missions – Automating Agriculture: Opportunity for UK Agri-Tech to help US Fruit & Vegetable Growers
For US fruit and vegetable growers a key priority is harvest automation, which is the basis of Agri-TechE's partnership with Western Growers announced at the REAP conference.Find out more »
What are the implications of net zero for the agri-tech ecosystem and your organisation? Find out in this interactive workshop.Find out more »
Agri-Tech Express with Lexington Communications – Why the UK should look again at the landscape for agri innovation
The UK’s Agri-Tech sector has the ingredients to become world-leading, but is the political and regulatory landscape holding it back?Find out more »
Significant investment in vertical farming and controlled environment operations has seen the industry develop commercial-scale operations. The challenge now is around developing the business models for deployment and investment.
The 2021 CEA conference draws on speakers from across the agri-tech ecosystem, each with different perspectives. It provides an opportunity to review progress, look at the recent developments and gain informed glimpses of the future.Find out more »
In spite of the strong links in agriculture and food between the UK and Poland, there's a tremendous opportunity for British agri-tech businesses to help support the development of the sector in Poland and neighbouring countries, and Agri-TechE's event on March 18 will provide an opportunity for just that.Find out more »
Pressure is growing to find new ways of producing nitrogen and reducing dependency on chemical synthesis of this important nutrient via the Haber process. Harnessing biological and physico-chemical approaches to the problem is yielding some exciting opportunities for production of alternatives to synthetic fertilisers. Join us and learn how to make fertiliser from air and water, fix nitrogen from the air into soil, and how to provide a nitrogen turbo-charge for fields.Find out more »
Farm-PEP workshop: what has been the impact of Covid-19 on knowledge exchange in agriculture and how do we build on our experiences?
Covid-19 has dramatically shifted the way we communicate and digest information in the sector. Meetings, conferences and shows that used to happen face-to-face have for the most part been delivered digitally. How has this online offering influenced knowledge sharing? What new digital tools have emerged to help with decision making? How adaptable has the industry been? What weaknesses have been exposed? Join us for an interactive workshop to explore these questions and hear from the researchers leading on a rapid appraisal on the topic, as part of the Innovate UK-funded Farm-PEP project.Find out more »
The role and impact of data on the way we produce food and manage the environment is gaining faster traction among farmers, land managers and the wider supply chain. Yet still the data tsunami threatens to overwhelm if it isn’t managed properly and carefully. Join us for some case studies of tech companies and farm businesses who are working together to ensure the data makes a difference.Find out more »
The event will provide an understanding of Bayer’s role in advancing innovation in agriculture and opportunities for engagement and partnership.Find out more »
If you followed our exploits while in St Louis last year, you’ll have seen we visited agri-tech accelerators, discussed agriculture policy with regulators, learned about cutting edge technologies from one of the world’s leading agrichemical businesses, and went up a jolly big arch! The reciprocal visit scheduled for June 2020 was postponed, so we’re meeting up on the 29th April for a catch-up, an update, and to continue the conversation about collaborations.Find out more »