High-level representatives of the following entities have already confirmed their presence within the Stakeholders roundtable: Bonifiche Ferraresi, AGEA, Nataïs, Land O'Lakes, ESA, FAO, JRC EC, Telespazio and e-GEOS.
STAKEHOLDERS ROUND TABLE (4:00 – 5:00 pm)
The opening round-table will gather relevant decision-makers from around the world, who will discuss the present and future, industrial and institutional needs for agricultural sector, aiming at identifying existing gaps that could be addressed through Earth Observation, leveraging on the present fast evolving technological scenario.
AGRI TECHNOLOGIES (5:00 – 6:00 pm)
The technical session aims to deepen the potentiality of Geoinformation, for the provision of agronomic services supporting the needs of both institutional and private users, up to single farmers
The webinar “Farming from Space: Digital Innovation for Agriculture”, taking place on the 28th January, will host companies, technicians and decision-makers to share expert knowledge and opinions about the value of geoinformation data and services for the diffusion of a sustainable agriculture, considering. Present and future scenarios, promising technologies and methodologies.
The scope of this event is to share satellite technologies for agriculture management as well as the challenges of scaling up innovative digital solutions and approaches that could support institutions as well as other involved stakeholders up to smallholder farmers in the complex agri-food supply chain”.
In particular, in the webinar, e-GEOS technicians will share their portfolio of services for Precision Sustainable Agriculture, based on Earth Observation contribute to applications, from data access to the information delivery, also introducing several operational and R&D experiences.