Agri-TechE provides a rich calendar of events. To see an overview of the different types of events we run through the year, click here.
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Are investors seeing more opportunities in vertical farming as a result of the current global situation? What are the drivers for innovation in vertical farming? What has changed in Controlled Environment Agriculture in the last 12 months? Find out in our CEA Lite eventFind out more »
Silvo-arable and silvo-pasture systems, as well as farming forests could help UK agriculture reach next zero carbon emissions by 2040. But tree planting requires long-term planning and a clear understanding of the natural capital potential as well as anticipated economic benefits.Find out more »
Returning for its 7th year, Agri-Tech Week 2020 provides opportunities to meet potential collaborators, customers and partners within the agri-tech ecosystem and includes the REAP conference on Tuesday 10 November 2020.Find out more »
If the industry is to grasp the ambition of a carbon neutral world, the potential of virtual supply chains and the competitive advantage of farming sustainably, then it needs good tools and best practice. For REAP 2020 we are taking the One Agriculture approach further to explore the agri-tech that is needed to manage innovation at different scales.Find out more »
Agri-Tech Express with ADAS – YEN-Zero: Using the YEN approach to drive performance & reduce GHG emissions
Many issues and uncertainties surround routes to Net-Zero, so we need consistent, robust and accurate metrics to improve our understanding and to drive confidence.We see great potential in using the YEN approach – with farmers, advisors, industry and academics working together to achieve this. Sharing data and ideas will enable benchmarking against peers and will generate insights for the community.Find out more »
Activated air, electrolysed water, free radicals – all provide alternatives to chemistry for sustaining the life span of fruit and vegetables, improving the quality of seed and reducing risk of contamination in food processing.
As international pressure grows to reduce the reliance on chemistry, we’re looking at different solutions to keep it clean, from “seed to sandwich”. Join us and be part of the discussion about how agri-tech is keeping the agri-food chain clean and healthy.Find out more »
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 »