Agriculture is an important industry in Scotland. Scotland’s farmers, crofters and growers produce output worth around £2.9 billion a year, and are responsible for much of Scotland’s £5 billion food and drinks exports.
The agriculture industry as a whole is facing up to the challenges of improving productivity and sustainability, which will require new technology solutions to drive the industry forward.
Chaired by Dr David Telford of the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), this event will feature an expert panel discussion with opportunities for questions, followed by a networking reception.
Dave Ross, CEO at the Agricultural Engineering Precision Innovation Centre (Agri-EPI) and Thomas Farrugia, CEO and Founder of Beta Bugs have already been confirmed as panelists.
The Art of Possible: The Future of Agriculture is being delivered by KTN, Glasgow City of Science & Innovation, Technology Scotland, Cultural Enterprise Office and Glasgow City Council, in partnership with VentureFest Scotland.
Art of Possible is a series of inspirational events and workshops that bring together Scotland’s creatives, policy-makers and STEM professionals to consider civic uses for the regions’ world-leading emerging and enabling (E&E) technologies.