The AgTech Summit will return in 2022.
Gathering the industries key stakeholders, the summit will draw on the key issues facing the sector and the growing demand for technological advancement in agriculture.
Drawing on case studies of agtech innovation and examples of successful global initiatives, the summit will once again provide the platform for engaging discussion and networking which is not to be missed.
Key issues to be addressed include:
- Future of farming
- Agri regulation and compliance
- AI in farming
- Robotics and IoT technology
- Supply chain and export opportunities
- Vertical and precisions farming
- Funding start ups
- To farm and on farm connectivity
- Global challenges and opportunities
- Energy cost and reliability
- Innovation in the US/Europe
- Eliminating wastage
- Supporting Australia’s agri ambition
See below to review the 2020 conference agenda and speakers. On-demand playback of the 2020 event is also available to purchase.
Co-founder and CEO, InvertiGro
Board Member, National Farmers' Federation
Group Director, Business Development & Innovation, NSW Department of Primary Industries
Dr Andrew Moore
Leader, Digiscape FSP, CSIRO
Founder, Connected Farms
Professor Salah Sukkarieh
Australian Centre for Field Robotics, The University of Sydney
Head of Agriculture, National Innovation Lead, NTT Data
Dr. Mike Briers AO
CEO, Food Agility
Precision Ag Manager, John Deere
CTO and Co-Founder, Titan Class Agriculture
Dr Steve Kern
Strategic Partnerships, The University of Adelaide
Managing Director, Withnell Dairy Company
Owner and Director, Merrilong Pastoral Company
CEO and Principal, IntellectAG
Chief Technology Officer, The Yield
Senior Advisor, Agribusiness and Food Technology, Austrade
J Matthew Pryor
Co-Founder, Tenacious Ventures; Chair, Australian Agriculture 4.0 Task Force
Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Standards Australia
Business Development Manager, ZoomAgri
Co-Founder & Chief Revenue Officer, AgriWebb
Farm Assurance and Supply Chain Manager, JBS Australia
GM, Innovation, Food Innovation Australia Limited (FIAL)
CEO, Fresh Supply Co
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program Director, The United States Studies Centre, The University of Sydney
Founder & CEO, v2Food
CEO, Nexgen Plants
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