Smart Farm Live means higher yields, reduced costs, and sustainability
August 21, 2023 / 3:27 PM
A new project called Smart Farm will introduce visitors to the latest trends in Agriculture 4.0.
The aim of the project is to show visitors a way to more efficient farming, higher competitiveness, and sustainability. The project will be hosted in one of the halls reserved to TECHAGRO, and its centrepiece will be the Smart Stage, where case studies, solutions and new insights will be presented throughout the exhibition.
Exhibitors presenting solutions and exhibits related to Agriculture 4.0, digitalisation, and solutions that fall under Smart Farming will be featured in the vicinity of the Smart Stage. All happenings on the Smart Stage will be commented and streamed online, as well as stored in an archive accessible after the event.
The Smart Farm is also open to exhibitors at the SILVA REGINA and BIOMASA trade fairs. In the field of forestry, the Czech University of Agriculture will present itself at the Smart Farm with its ForesThor robot, and the ČZU stand will also showcase drones for use in agriculture and forestry.
- Use of drones in agriculture
- Mapping soil properties
- Field robotics
- Forestry robotics
- Vertical farming
- Indoor farming
- Hydroponics, aquaponics
- Autonomous systems, alternative drives
- Sharing practice among farmers
Options for participation in the Smart Farm project
- Individual display
- Standard display
- Startup (meeting point)
Smart Farming and Smart Farm Live will be the main topics of TECHAGRO 2024.