ISPA Related Events
On Monday 18th September 2023 the ISPA Economics Community will be hosting a special session at the 6th Symposium on Agri-Tech Economics for Sustainable Futures organised by Harper Adams University, UK. The session is being held from 14:00 to 17:00 (UK local time) and focuses on the ‘Economics and Adoption of Precision Agriculture’. The keynote speaker for this hybrid session is Professor Jess Lowenberg-DeBoer (Past President of ISPA) presenting on ‘Lessons Learned in 30 years of Precision Agriculture Research’. The session also has 6 other papers covering topics such as the economics of variable rate management and the economics of autonomous machines in strip cropping and regenerative agriculture. The final program will be available from the 6th September via the symposium’s website: https://www.agritechecon.co.uk/ There is a discount availble to ISPA members for the ISPA Economics Community session of the symposium. Please sign in and go to the Economics Community page to find the discount link. The link will be visible to ISPA members only.
9:00am - 5:00pm
We are honored to invite you to attend the Digital Agriculture and Advanced Analytics Symposium (DA3) Symposium on October 23 from 9am to 5pm, at Kansas State University's Alumni Center. This event, part of the Corteva Plant Science Symposia Series organized by a transdisciplinary team of graduate students from different Kansas State University colleges, will feature insights from educational institutions, companies, and universities on the latest in digital agriculture and the key role of graduate students. Over the past 12 years, Corteva (formerly DuPont-Pioneer) has sponsored symposiums worldwide, reaching over 20,000 participants. Join us to explore the most advanced predictive analysis tools and techniques that are and will revolutionize agriculture in the coming years.
The 10th Asian-Australasian Conference on Precision Agriculture (ACPA) will be held in Putrajaya, Malaysia from 24-26 October 2023.
The Tunisian Union of Agriculture and Fisheries (UTAP) organizes SIAMAP 2023 This is the most anticipated meeting for agricultural professionals from the southern shore of the Mediterranean. The show is the meeting point for business, partnership and technology exchange between different agricultural players. SIAMAP is for everyone: whether you own a small or a large farm; whether you are a farmer, breeder or producer; whether you are Tunisian or come from abroad. SIAMAP welcomed over 225k visitors in its 2019 edition, including 117k professionals. He covered several sectors of activity such as agricultural equipment, agro-supply, breeding and animal health.
The International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Climate Change . INTECC’2023 is a yearly event organized by higher institute of technological studies of sfax « ISET’Sfax » and Association of Research, Development and Innovation (ARDI) with the aim of inviting experts to share their experience and knowledge, expertise, skills, ideas, discuss current challenges and concerns related to climate change and, as a one-stop centre – bringing together the experts and practitioners from various disciplines. The conference theme for INTECC’2023 is an accelerating human factors and ergonomics toward an inclusive and sustainable future. It is the mission of this community to embrace and accelerate change as the cornerstone of future development.
Cornell University CALS is delighted to host #OFE2023, the 2nd edition of the International Conference for farmer-centric On-Farm Experimentation, that will take place online December 5th & 7th, 2023. The #OFE2023 conference will continue to connect OFE stakeholders across the world and to progress the OFE sciences. The objective is to assemble and showcase a global body of knowledge on the latest OFE developments, within and across relevant disciplinary fields, from theory to practice. SCOPE & CALL FOR ABSTRACTS To achieve this, the conference will provide a platform for OFE researchers and practitioners to exchange on the different ways they move forward.
On-farm precision experiments (OFPEs) are large, statistically valid on-farm agronomic trials that farmers implement using precision technology to generate data-based input management decisions. On Jan. 8-11, the Data-Intensive Farm Management Project (DIFM) will be hosting the USDA-sponsored International Conference for On-Farm Precision Experimentation. The conference will be preceded by a Jan. 7 welcome and ”meet and greet,” in which DIFM’s NRCS-sponsored subsidization of farmers and consultants to conduct on-farm research is explained. Jan. 8-9 will introduce OFPE to farmers and farm managers, professional crop consultants, and college students in digital agricultural programs, and will feature training sessions for the use of the DIFM’s cloud-based cyber-infrastructure, which offers user-friendly methods for the design, implementation and analysis of OFPEs. Farmers and consultants will present results and lessons from their on-farm trials. January 10-11 will focus on academic research reports, but will be open to all.
The 3rd Latin American Conference on Precision Agriculture (CLAP) and the 1st Dominican Congress on Precision Agriculture
The joint conference of the 3rd Latin American Conference on Precision Agriculture (CLAP) and the 1st Dominican Congress on Precision Agriculture will be held in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic from 3-5 April 2024.
All day event
The 16th International Conference on Precision Agriculture will highlight significant research and its applications in precision agriculture and showcase emerging technologies and information management for agriculture. It will offer oral and poster presentations and exhibits, as well as a discussions and exchange of information in various aspects of precision agriculture. Sessions will offer information on key topics for scientists, crop consultants, advisors, extension personnel, agronomists, producers, and other practitioners.