DigitalAg 2022 CANCELLED
DigitalAG brings together technology leaders, agritech developers, early adopters and the next generation of primary industry operators. This event showcases the digital technologies transforming the agricultural and horticultural sectors. Formally MobileTECH Ag, this is a must-attend event for NZ's agritech community.
What is Covered?
DigitalAg (formally MobileTECH Ag) has been running annually since 2013. It has become one of the only events of its type in New Zealand to bring together the technology leaders from right across the agricultural and horticultural sectors.
DigitalAg is short for digital agriculture. It covers agritech developments in artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, robotics, computer vision, app software, edge computing, automation, sensors, big data, satellite mapping, UAVs, augmented & virtual reality and much, much more.
The NZ Government sees agritech, both locally and on the international stage, as a key growth sector. Our strategic partner, AgritechNZ, has been at the forefront of bringing the industry together and building significant support from Government and international investors. It is an exciting time for the sector and an important opportunity to create real solutions to improve productivity within the food and fibre sector.
DigitalAg 2022 Event Cancelled
Since 2020, Covid-19 has had a major impact on how we work, network and grow our businesses. Given the current environment and uncertainties around Covid-19, we have made the tough decision to cancel DigitalAg 2022 this year. The event had already been postponed and we think it best for our event presenters, sponsors, exhibitors and delegates to cancel the 2022 event altogether.
Thank you for your support of our DigitalAg 2022 programme.
We will keep you informed once a new event is scheduled, based on greater certainty around the virus and its long-term impact on the community is known. I regret any inconvenience that this decision will cause and really appreciate your strong support to date.
Wireless technologies ⋅ Artificial Intelligence ⋅ Machine Learning ⋅ Internet of Things ⋅ Augmented & Virtual Reality ⋅ Blockchain ⋅ Edge Computing ⋅ Automation ⋅ Sensors ⋅ Platforms ⋅ Connectivity ⋅ Big Data ⋅ Robotics ⋅ UAVs ⋅ Satellite Mapping ⋅ Remote Assistance ⋅ Data Ownership ⋅ Apps and more
Technology developers and suppliers ⋅ Agritech companies ⋅ Corporate producers (large scale farms, orchards and plantations) ⋅ R&D managers ⋅ IT managers ⋅ Entrepreneurial operators ⋅ Early adopters ⋅ Industry consultants ⋅ Researchers ⋅ Public sector organisations
We work closely with a wide range of New Zealand, Australian and international companies, technology suppliers, researchers and government bodies within the agritech community to develop a strong and innovative programme.
We will keep you updated as we start work on another programme. If you have any questions, please contact Ken Wilson at email@example.com or (+61) 452 262 337.
DigitalAG Event Sponsor and Exhibitor
DigitalAG offers a tremendous opportunity for companies involved in technology and development to maximise their exposure to New Zealand’s primary industry and agritech companies. Sponsors and supporters play an essential role in the continued success and growth of this key technology event and it's mission to help reshape the future of agritech.
Exhibition spaces are always at a premium and we have a well-deserved reputation of providing both sponsors and exhibitors with a unique platform for promoting their products and services to the industry. For a range of future options, please contact our Sponsorship Manager, Gordon Thomson, via (+64) 7 921 1384 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past Sponsor Recommendations
- “Exceptionally well organised and well attended”
- “Excellent New Zealand and Australian contacts at this event”
- "Lots of new connections which we can now collaborate with”
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