CWIC: Track 2


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With the world’s resources running thin, the human population on track to be reaching 10Bn by 2050, and 800M people already estimated to have insufficient food, agricultural optimisation is a difficult but necessary task. Doing so in a manner that doesn’t damage the planet is even harder. New technologies are transforming the process of crop and animal management, with drones offering real-time visual insights into flock management and plant health, sensors constantly monitoring soil quality, advanced robotics starting to grow foods without human input and artificial intelligence optimising the use of resources. This track will present cutting-edge use cases of technology deployment in agriculture and consider what could be done to make food production more efficient – and more sustainable.

CWIC 2019: Digitising Industry

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