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Program

Tuesday 5th December

08:30 Registration and coffee
09:00 Introduction and welcome
09:10 Keynote address: Brexit, agriculture and the future of agtech
Richard Ferguson, Ferguson Cardo
Crop Production
10:00 Automated detection of plant pathogens in the field - the future of precision agriculture
Dr. Agata Kaczmarek, University of Nottingham and Dr. Kevin King, Rothamstead
10:30 Sensors for smart crop protection
Prof. Jon West, Rothamsted Research
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 High definition soil sensor system HD-S3
Prof. Peter Wilson, University of Bath
12:00 tba
12:30 Exhibitor Elevator Pitches:
Arosa Instruments; Biodot: Zimmer&Peacock
13:00 Lunch
IOT and Data Mining
14:00 e-Agri: Integrating sensors & electronic engineering to deliver networked, low-cost, smart agriculture
Prof. Bruce Grieve, University of Manchester
14:50 Ag Tech 2.0: Artidficial Intelligence and beyond
Will Wells, Hummingbird Technologies
15:30 Tea break
16:00 Heterogeneous agricultural autonomous robotic platform:HAARP
Prof. Peter Wilson, University of Bath
17:00 Panel discussion: How automated can farming be?
Dr. Brand (Chair); Mr. Ferguson; Prof. Grieve;
Prof. O'Kennedy; Prof. Wilson
18:00 Networking Reception: open bar
20:00 Reception ends

 

Wednesday 6th December

08:30 Registration and coffee
09:00 Introduction and welcome
09:10 Keynote address: Detection of food and environmental contaminants using antibody-based sensor approaches
Prof. Richard O'Kennedy, Hamid Bin Khalifa University, Qatar
Food Production
10:00 The developmnet of a Chilli Hotness Meter - Scoville Meter
Dr. Martin Peacock, Zimmer and Peacock
10:30 tba
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 tba
12:30 Exhibitor Elevator Pitches:
IBST; KTN; Sensor100
13:00 Lunch
Animal Welfare
14:00 Program to be announced
16:45 Concluding Remarks & Poster Awards
17:00 Conference closes