Agri-Tech Week 2019: 4th - 8th November 2019
To celebrate innovation across the region we have a week of agri-tech events from 4-8 November 2019 so varied that there will be something to interest everyone.
Agri-Tech Week is a partnership initiative to showcase excellence in innovation across the agri-tech value chain, brokering links and fostering new relationships between businesses, researchers and government. It was founded in 2014 by Agri-Tech East, the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association and the Suffolk Agricultural Association.
Agri-Tech Week also provides an opportunity to welcome new collaborators, customers and partners to the east of England’s agri-tech ecosystem, and features events, visits, workshops and discussions across the east of England, and includes Agri-Tech East’s REAP conference in Cambridge on Wednesday 6th November 2019.
So whether you’re looking for the latest technology or inspired thinking, we’ll have an event for you in Agri-Tech Week 2019 – we’ll be announcing more details for each of the events later this year!
Events confirmed so far:
Monday 4th November
1-4pm – workshop – Collaborating to drive Agri-Tech Innovation on the NRP – Norwich Research Park
6-8pm – seminar – AI in agriculture, Dr Matthew Smith, Microsoft – Institute for Agricultural Management / University of Lincoln
Tuesday 5th November
Afternoon – workshop – Showcasing Excellence in Agri-Tech– Rothamsted Research/University of Herts
Wednesday 6th November
All day – REAP conference – Agri-Tech East
Thursday 7th November
Morning – workshop – Irrigation and Evaporation, The Latest in Best Practice and Agri-Tech – (Norfolk) AHDB
2pm – 5pm – workshop – Agri-Tech in Action – Easton and Otley College / RNAA
Friday 8th November
Afternoon – seminars – Field vs’ Ponics in Horticulture – NIAB
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REAP is the flagship conference for Agri-Tech East. The theme for REAP 2019 is “Innovating Towards One Agriculture”, a vision for food production and ecosystem service delivery that builds on the “One Health” concept, pioneered by the World Health Organisation. Experts from different spheres will explore how the agri-food system of the 21st Century will require a combination of new technologies, improved knowledge, enabling policies and regulations, as well as collaborative, innovative thinking.Find out more »