to: 04 Sep 2020
Crowne Plaza Berlin - Potsdamer Platz, Germany
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The World Intelligent Farming Summit will bring together agribusiness professionals to discuss the latest advancements in AgriTech, precision agriculture, vertical farming, crop and seed developments, indoor farming, livestock monitoring, as well as, UAV, smart agriculture sensors, machinery and robotics applications.
Key themes for this year’s summit will include:
- Precision Agriculture and Livestock Farming
- Plant and Crop Science for Improved Resource-use
- New Business Models
- Precision Agriculture, Horticulture, Viticulture, Pasture Management
- Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems
- Satellite-based Applications for Precision Agriculture
- Site-specific Nutrient, Lime and Seed Management
- Geostatistics, Mapping and Spatial Data Analysis
- Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of Things
- Robotics, Sensors, Guidance and Automation
- Software and Mobile Apps for Smart Agriculture
- Agriculture 2.0 and IoT Implementation
- Agricultural Resource Management
- Drone Technology for CSA
- Indoor Farming Technologies
Our Head of Agriculture, Mark Jarman, will speaking on 4 September (Day 2), 10:50am
CASE STUDY: Space and Agriculture – Pieces of a Jigsaw
This Case Study will explore the current role of space now and into the future across agriculture with a focus on Earth Observation and Connectivity. The discussion will focus on the challenges and opportunities that exist related to exploitation of space and how future developments will benefit the sector.
Mark is Head of Agriculture at the Satellite Applications Catapult, an innovation and technology company transforming the way the world uses satellite technology and data. He is the former Head of Earth Observation (EO) and is experienced in the commercial and research exploitation of EO technologies across numerous market sectors. Prior to joining the Catapult, Mark was Operations Manager at URSULA Agriculture, a pioneering start-up focused on developing new agricultural solutions using remotely sensed data from drones and satellites for use across the agricultural sector. Since joining the Catapult, Mark has been responsible for developing and delivering agricultural projects around the globe that bring together local end users with UK companies and academia to tackle supply chain and production challenges. Mark is also a Fellow and Chartered Geographer of the Royal Geographical Society.
More Information and Agenda
Click here to see an agenda for the two-day event, plus full speaker details