“Agricultural robots” today at Agritechnica digital

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“Agricultural robots” is the first topic in new webinar series on startup technologies, presented in Agritechnica digital. Free-to-attend ‘AgTech’ events explore topics shaping startup innovation scene: robotics, digitalization, circular economy and soil health.

Today, 18 January 2022, Agritechnica digital – the digital program of Agritechnica – will be hosting exhibitor RootCamp’s free-to-attend webinar “Agricultural robots: How robotics is changing agriculture”.

With contributions from speakers from Agritechnica exhibitors and companies KWS Group, E-Terry, DigiFarm and Muddy Machines, the event is the first in a new webinar series of four “AgTech webinars” that runs over three weeks and has been initiated by RootCamp, a company supporting agricultural startups to reach market entry. Taking place on the DLG-Connect.com platform, RootCamp’s webinars, which are jointly organized with the DLG (German Agricultural Society), explore topics that are shaping the innovation scene in the agricultural tech industry: robotics, digitalization, circular economy and soil health.

The events allow attendees to listen to the live panel discussions consisting of experts, partners and startups that provide status updates and overview of technical trends.

Today’s program will take place from 4-5 p.m. CET

“Agricultural robots: How robotics is changing agriculture” – Register here

  • Stefan Meldau, Business Development Manager at KWS Group
  • Martha Wenzel, Co-founder at E-Terry
  • Nils Helset, Co-Founder and CEO of DigiFarm & 15th Generation Farmer
  • Florian Richter, Founder & CEO at Muddy Machines

Questions explored:

What field robot startup solutions currently exist and what needs do they fulfill? Are more tools needed to enable field robots to transform crop production?

Experts share their experiences from field trials and discuss together with startups what future developments are expected.

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