7 Reasons To Attend The Farm Journal AgTech Expo

October 11, 2018 12:51 PM
 

I hope this blog finds you having a safe and successful harvest.

Today, I want to share 7 reasons for you to attend the upcoming AgTech Expo, Dec. 3 to 5 in Indianapolis.  

  1. This event to match where you are on the technology adoption spectrum to provide take-home information on how technology will improve your farm and provide return on investment. AgTech Expo has more than 25 breakout sessions focusing on precision ag, using data, iron & machinery, and sustainable technology. Due to popular request, breakout sessions will be repeated so attendees can truly customize their educational experience.
  2. Cutting-edge access to ag tech startups. We are excited to announce attendees will have a front row seat for the Innova $100,000 Row Crop Challenge powered by AgLaunch. This will highlight the latest agtech from startups and will be held December 4 on the AgTech Expo Demo Stage.
  3. Learn how artificial intelligence will change the way you farm. Josh Henretig, senior director AI for Earth, Microsoft will present the opening keynote: “The Impact of Artificial Intelligence Is At the Farm Gate.”
  4. The ROI of technology will also be brought back to the farm-level with Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie giving the presentation: “The Secret to Getting the Most From Technology In the Field.”
  5. Our closing keynote will be given by Dr. Robb Fraley, World Food Prize Laureate and Former Monsanto CTO, and he explains “Breakthrough Innovations in Breeding: From Machine Learning to CRISPR and Beyond.”
  6. This is a one-of-a-kind agtech event tailored to maximize your time with 9 hours in the interactive expo and 8 hours of education programming!
  7. Registration is open for the 2018 Farm Journal AgTech Expo. Registration is only $99, which includes all meals and two networking receptions.

Here’s a link to reserve your hotel room now!

Be sure to register now and plan to join us at the 2018 Farm Journal AgTech Expo!

I hope to see you there!

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