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CEIGRAM CONECTA Technical Conference: Digitization and modeling in the agricultural sector

Fecha: 30/10/2020

Adaptation to climate change and optimization of the management of agricultural resources

Day: Thursday, November 5, 2020.
Time: 09:30h – 17:00h

The Center for Studies and Research for the Management of Agricultural and Environmental Risks (CEIGRAM) of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid invites you to participate in the conference “Digitization and modeling in the agricultural sector” organized in collaboration with the ETSIAAB and Program I + D + i AGRISOST on November 5, 2020, between 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

The conference will address the aspects that affect the development of predictive tools aimed at promoting the adaptation of the sector to climate change and optimizing the management of agricultural resources. The day closes with a session on the role of facilitators to achieve digital transformation, in which three of the main Spanish agricultural associations will participate.

We are living in a complex moment in which it is essential that farmers have the best tools and resources to produce in a more sustainable and healthy way, while strengthening their resilience against climate change. CEIGRAM CONECTA aims to facilitate the meeting between the different actors involved to favor the development of R&I projects on digitization and modeling in the agricultural sector, at a time when the framework for action defined by the new European Green Pact is favorable.

The conference is aimed at companies and professionals in the field of AgroTech, Smart Agro, digitization and sensorization, fertilization, water and irrigation, agricultural insurance, distributors of raw materials and producer associations.

At the same time, the day is open free of charge to the participation of the general public that feels interest in the topics that will be developed.

Full program and speakers:

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The conference will count with the participation of 27 speakers from academic, business, agricultural associations and representatives of public administrations.

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