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AfCPA 2020 was structured as a one conference, multiple-site event. The virtual main program was simulcast to 14 satellite conference sites across the continent. Partner organizations serving as satellite site hosts are listed below.
The conference’s hybrid format successfully connected registrants to an international panel of experts while also generating significant discussion on regional PA strategies within the traditional conference venues.
There is a growing need to quantify complex interactions of processes for diverse environmental conditions and crop management realities. Any study is worth very little in itself unless its data is being agglomerated with others to express conclusions valid for real use. In order to tear the agronomic data Babel Tower down, there is little alternative but to converge on standards, at least for a minimal set of them. Do you use a standard to construct your agronomic databases? If so, which one? Please fill in this two-question survey. The OFE-C will use the results to start a conversation on agronomic (management practices or treatments, soil and weather data and measurements of crop responses) standards for data and metadata.
- Creation/sharing of value and intellectual property
- Farmer-centric, co-learning and social aspects
- Data, metadata, analytics, modelling, artificial intelligence
- Transformation through policy, legislation and investment
AI in Agriculture: Innovation and Discovery to Equitably Meet Producer Needs and Perceptions
- Graduate Research Assistantship Position at the University of Minnesota
- Precision Agriculture Technologies Extension Specialist
- Open Rank, Tenured or Tenure-Track Faculty Robotics and Automation
- Assistant Professor in Soil Remote Sensing
- Post Doc in Precision Agriculture - UCONN
The International Society of Precision Agriculture (ISPA) is a non-profit professional scientific organization.
The mission of ISPA is to advance the science of precision agriculture globally.
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