Key Speakers at MobileTECH Ag 2021

MobileTECH Ag 2021 offers a tremendous opportunity for those involved in the technology and development of digital tools, AI, big data, robotics, connectivity, apps and automation right across the food and fibre sectors. A packed programme with over 25 speakers makes this an essential networking event for agritech professionals in New Zealand. 

Eitan Dan, General Manager, CropX New Zealand

“We are revolutionising soil sensing, leading farmers around the globe into the era of connected soil. There’s been a missing piece of the precision ag puzzle and we’ve solved it – accurate, real-time soil data.”

Mike Briers,
CEO, Food Agility CRC, Australia

Mike was named in the Knowledge Nation 100 as Australia’s chief evangelist for big data and the internet of things (IoT) and appointed Australia’s first Industry Professor of IoT at UTS. He is the Founding CEO of Food Agility CRC and is also a co-founder and Director of the Internet of Things Alliance Australia and of the Knowledge Economy Institute

David Inggs,
Chief Executive Officer, Rocos

David is a leader in commercialising innovation in nascent industries around the globe. He is currently leading a team of technologists in the world of cloud robotics. With a deep technical background in high-load, high-scale cloud platforms, mobile, IoT, and robotics solutions, David is excited about a world where robotics are used for good.

Graeme Muller,
Chief Executive, NZTech

Graeme is passionate about the impact that technology can make to the economy and society. Under his leadership, NZTech has established the Tech Alliance and now represents 20 of NZ’s largest tech associations. NZTech’s role is to connect, promote and advance NZ’s technology ecosystem.

Lynda Coppersmith
Chief Executive, NZ Young Farmers

Lynda is leading the next generation of innovative farmers. “Young people are the future of the agricultural sector. They are tech-savvy and keen to utilise technology on-farm to improve efficiency and profitability. Bringing young people into the sector who embrace technology and innovation is imperative for a sustainable and successful agri sector long into the future.”

Russell Craig
National Technology Officer, Microsoft New Zealand

Russell is a technology leader and drives opportunities for cloud-enabled innovation throughout the sector. Microsoft is working closely with agritech companies and local producers to boost the adoption of these key digital technologies.

What Now?

Review the programme and make sure you take advantage of the EarlyBird discounts and Agritech New Zealand member discounts that end in February 2021. These rates are not to be missed!

Further information about MobileTECH Ag 2021 can be found via this link. If you have any questions about this event, we are happy to help.