The 2022 World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit will bring together the digital and physical worlds. Join us on March 22-23 for in person and online 1-1 meetings, interactive group discussions and critical intelligence on the future of the agri-food system.

Going to World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit?

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. 

Identifying the missing pieces of the carbon puzzle in sensing, project execution and channel to market

Carbon prices are rocketing, but this isn’t translating into revenue for growers or the wider agriculture eco system yet. Why? Join this session as we identify and discuss the missing puzzle pieces in sensing, project execution and channel to market.

Date | Tuesday, March 22nd from 2PM PT - 2:40PM PT

Location San Francisco Marriott Marquis, San Francisco, California 

Break out session with Niall Mottram, Head of Industrial and Energy at Cambridge Consultants and Chris Tolles, CEO and co-founder of Yard Stick PBC, Emma Fuller, Science Lead for Carbon & Ecosystem Services at Corteva & Director of Sustainability Science at Granular, and Julie DiNatale, Commercial and Strategic Partnerships Lead from Land O'Lakes. 

Ag robotics: the path from seed to institutional investor

  • Labor is the 1st and 3rd major challenge that growers face. What robotics are coming to the farm and how much investment is going into this?
  • Where are we seeing areas of co-development taking place between farmers and OEMs and what level of investment and risk is acceptable for the grower to take on?
  • Who is going to help fund robotics? With longer R&D cycles, does it make sense for VC capital and are speciality markets big enough?

Date | Wednesday, March 23rd from 2PM PT - 3:30PM PT

Location San Francisco Marriott Marquis, San Francisco, California

Panellists Niall Mottram, Head of Industrial and Energy at Cambridge Consultants Nolan Paul, Partner at Yamaha Motor Ventures  Jorge Heraud, VP Technology at John Deere and CEO at Blue River Technologies |  Dan McCann, CEO at Precision AI  Steven Bierschenk, Managing Director at Paine Schwartz Partners |  Monica Varman, Partner at G2 Venture Partners

You can find the full event agenda here.

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