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agROBOfood event "From Vision to Action: Robotics Innovations in Agri-Food" is fast approaching, but there is still time to register. On the project dedicated webpage you can find all the details and the registration link.

“From Vision to Action: Robotic Innovations in Agri-Food sector” will be held in a hybrid format between 6 and 8 April 2022, in Wageningen and online.

Why attend?

Firstly, this event aims to boost knowledge flows across the value chain and promote the role of DIHs (one-stop-shops) in serving companies within their local region to digitalise their businesses. Secondly, it aspires to create new networking and matchmaking possibilities. Thirdly, it offers practical insights on how the uptake of robotic technologies in agriculture can help European farmers and rural communities meet current & future challenges.

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With 12 parallel hybrid sessions and a unique pitching online event Pitch your Robot, Find your Investor , this 360o event provides an opportunity for multiple stakeholders across the AgTech value chain to share experiences, exchange best practices and discuss the future developments. Among them will be Digital Innovation Hubs, Research and Technology Centres, Academia, Big Industry Leaders, SMEs and Startups. Through panel discussions, workshops and keynote speeches, the event will offer the participant not only a vision of what is possible, but a glimpse of its actual implementation.

CEMA will be actively involved in the event and will moderate 2 workshops covering hot topics of Legal issues for robotics (7th April, 15:30-17.00h) and Safety and security in robotic design, what is level5 safety system (8th April 9.00-10.30h).

Come and join us in this event, in order to connect, network, participate in workshops & share your vision on the future of agriculture robotics. We are looking forward to seeing you all there...or online! 

EU flagThis project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 825395