Wednesday 6 November 2019, Emerald Town Hall 8.30am - 5.30pm followed by a networking BBQ
It’s back! The third annual AgTeCH: Build it, Use it, Profit, a major biennial innovation and technology event for the Australian agricultural community will be held in Emerald, 6 November 2019. The event brings together the smartest minds at the intersection of agriculture, machinery and technology to explore the future of agribusiness and showcase the latest innovations to improve farm and business profitability.
AgTeCH is unique in format, giving attendees multiple opportunities to pose questions and challenges to interactive expert panels, relevant trade displays, plus the opportunity to see technology and machinery working in the field. This year our panels will focus on early stage and commercial applications of Automation, Robotics and Drones and IoT (Internet of Things) and Connectivity, and CHDC welcomes back respected journalist Peter Lewis, who returns to MC the event in 2019.
This year again concludes with in-field live demonstrations of agricultural technology in action (including SwarmFarm, John Deere, DAF drones in research, T3RRA Precision Terrain Solutions, PLF Australia and Moovement's beef "smart farm" and more to be announced). Network at the end of the day with the Pioneer V-Net BBQ back at the Emerald Town Hall (bar available).
For those wishing to make it a double-header, AgTeCH19 will be followed by the free Farmers2Founders (F2F) "Growers as Innovators" workshop, also in Emerald on 7 November, supported by the Grains Research and Development Corporation.
Since 2017, AgTeCH has been held each year alternating between Emerald and Mungindi, NSW. Each event has sold out with more than 240 attending Emerald and 265 at Mungindi representing 2 million ha of production, making AgTeCH the largest regionally-based dedicated agtech forum in Australia.
Join us for AgTeCH19: build it, use it, profit!
MC - Peter Lewis, Way with Words
Peter Lewis is a respected Rural Journalist & the Director of Brisbane-based consultancy Way with Words after a 35 year career in broadcast journalism.
Hear from the AgTech Founders from across regional Queensland and meet them at Startup Alley:
Young Tech Partners
Post-event BBQ Partners
Emerald Town Hall
33 Egerton St
Emerald QLD 4720
Kylie Hawkins - CHDC Events Coordinator
07 4982 4386