How digital technologies can support 'Smart Farming'

Date:09/06/2020 (10:00 - 11:00)

Status:ACTIVE | 5 or more places remaining

Member Rate: Free

Location:
Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce
Delivered Online
Midlothian

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At a time where the situations we find ourselves in is challenging in a multiple of ways both economically and personally, digital technologies have a powerful role to play in the support and development of many things we currently take for granted. This event will take the opportunity to consider the future sustainability and development of our rural economy. The role that digital technologies and data analytics may play can be central to efficient and effective food production (“Smart Farming”), land use and environment management in Scotland.

Join Justene Ewing, Vice President CGI (Edinburgh Metro, Scotland) and Eddie Turnbull, Scottish Government Deputy Director and Head of ARE Digital and Information Systems are they give:
  • A summary of the current position
  • A review of the technologies and their potential
  • The drivers for change
  • The benefits and the challenges

This video conversation will be delivered via Zoom. Once registered you'll be sent joining instructions along with a delegate list for networking purposes.
If you are not a member of the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce and wish to attend please email events@edinburghchamber.co.uk.



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