As humans’ stride into the digital age, they face various changes that will affect how they live, so will farming – and general agricultural practices – change too.
The future is uncertain but very exciting; thus, farmers need to start adopting technology-aided techniques if they want to stay productive and competitive in the market.
Whether for a small-scale farmer or big agro-allied enterprise involved in the whole agro-value-chain, current and future technological innovations are poised to change how the agriculture business is done.
For instance, through using artificial intelligence and machine learning to extract data gathered via satellite and drone images, one can get real-time data about pests and disease protection measures. New tech like mobile apps, wearable devices and automated sensors can quickly and effortlessly gather data which can, in turn, help banks and insurers to assess the risks associated with agricultural business proposals and ventures.
The digital revolution is having an unprecedented impact on the future of agriculture around the world, and South Africa is no exception. Developments in robotics, social media, AI, pesticide-spraying and disease-monitoring drones, as well as virtual reality, among other innovations, are rapidly changing the demands and inputs present and future agricultural processes require.
To stay in the loop and profit from the impending changes, professionals in the agriculture sector need to find new ways to manage talent – attract, develop, reward and retain, as well as to inspire passion, innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and excellence.
- Learn about agriculture in the 4th Industrial revolution, and the role technology will play in reshaping the future.
- Understand the future of the Agricultural industry and address the challenges faced by Professionals in the new digital age.
- Understand that a Leader’s strategy for the Agricultural industry must reflect the future landscape and an increasingly important factor is automation.
- Showcase products and services on the Regenesys Platform.
- Network, interact with peers in the industry, share ideas and ultimately contribute to thought development in contemporary Nigeria practice.
The forum will consist of a group of panelists who will each discuss a particular aspect of the future challenges and opportunities faced by agriculture in Nigeria. The audience will also get a chance to direct questions to the forum members and panelists, and as a result, attendees will get their most pressing questions answered.
Steen Hadsbjerg Vice President Sub-Sahara Africa Region and Managing Director Arla Global Dairy Products Africa Ltd.
Dr Philip Ifejika Director of Programmes Africa Projects Development Centre
Wanger Barnabas Akaazua Researcher/Agronomist Afri -Products Limited Nigeria
Kolawole Oye MD/CEO Infinera Agribusiness Ltd
Ademola Adesina Editorial Director Afriexporter Magazine
Olakunle Dabiri General Manager Alluvial Agriculture Nigeria Ltd.
Date: Monday, 13 November 2019
Venue: 8th Floor, Churchgate Towers 2, Plot PC 31, Churchgate Street, Victoria Island
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