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Timing is crucial in agriculture, through the cycle of sowing to harvest and calving to slaughter, but also for strategic decision-making such as predicting demand for perishable goods and automation to extend the working day. The ability to manage and manipulate time is increasing. REAP 2021 will explore the many ways this is happening through advances in technology and breakthroughs in science.
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Meet our team at the event to understand more about how we work with agri clients to improve yields, reduce costs and progress harvesting efficiencies. With advanced capabilities in AI, robotics, sensor development, fluid mechanics and wireless communications, we help companies to improve their precision agriculture product lines by moving to row-by-row and individual plant treatment technologies.
"Soil carbon capture - bridging the gap between ambition and reality"
Date | 09 November
Time | 4pm to 5:45pm
Agriculture is the only industry in the world with the potential to be carbon negative and offers a tantalising possibility of new revenue for farmers. But to realise the full potential, we need traceability regarding regenerative agriculture practices, as well as combining modern techniques and data science in an economically viable way. Join Niall Mottram, Head of Industrial and Energy at Cambridge Consultants, and a series of 5 minutes presentations on the Carbon challenge to hear more about this topic and how UK farmers can help society move down the road to net zero.
Join us at the event and visit our booth. See the full Conference agenda here.
- Is agritech ready to capture carbon? [whitepaper]
- Automation to autonomy: navigating the path to success [whitepaper]