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Africa Agri Tech 2023 is hier!

Netwerk 24, 8 Maart 2023

Die Africa Agri Tech (AAT) -konferensie en -ekspo het ten doel om die landbou-, wetenskap-, en tegnologiegemeenskappe in suidelike Afrika oor drie dae by een geleentheid byemekaar te bring. Wêreldtendense en die vooruitgang in die landbouwetenskap, -tegnologie en -innovering word bespreek en ten toon gestel. Dit vind van 14 tot 16 Maart plaas.

Food supply vulnerable to cyber crime

By Lindi Botha, Farmer’s Weekly, 15 March 2023

Agriculture’s vulnerability to cyber-attacks was highlighted at the Africa Agri Tech conference in Pretoria this week. Billy Petzer, researcher of cyber security systems at the CSIR said, if risks were not mitigated, food supply could be heavily impacted.

Africa Agritech 2023 – innovation, technology and the future of (South African) agriculture

Agroberichten Buitenland, Nieuwsbericht, 28 March 2023

This month the Africa Agritech conference took place for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. This annual highlight, hosted in Pretoria, attracts important stakeholders from all areas of South Africa’s agriculture sector. The conference showcases the latest technology available to the industry as well as the scientific research and breakthroughs that are crucial for ensuring food security.

Dr Faffa Malan receiving his Agriculture Hall of Fame award
Dr Faffa Malan receiving his Agriculture Hall of Fame award

Africa Agri Tech: Data plus tech rule the roost

By Sinenhlanhla Mncwango, Food for Mzansi, 15 March 2023

There is no lack of new technology within the agricultural space but not all of it is beneficial. Experts challenged delegates to think about the tech they use on their farms during day two of the Africa Agri Tech and underlined the importance of collecting as much data as possible.

Director of Source BI, Juan  Winter, and the director of RedSun Horitech, Mark Hassenkamp, discuss the future of food production and agritech. Photo: Supplied/Food For Mzansi
Director of Source BI, Juan Winter, and the director of RedSun Horitech, Mark Hassenkamp, discuss the future of food production and agritech. Photo: Supplied/Food For Mzansi

Panel unpacks how tech is influencing successful farming ventures

By Marleny Arnoldi, Engineering News, 15 March 2023

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As the world undergoes a revolution towards greener and more digitalised technology, and the need to feed almost ten-billion people by 2050 looms, there is consensus from experts speaking at Africa Agri Tech 2023 that farmers need to equip themselves with knowledge and plan for the future.

Farming future is rosy as tech and agri collide

By Sinenhlanhla Mncwango, Food for Mzansi, 14 March 2023

Discussions during the first day of the 2023 Africa Agri Tech Conference cut right to the chase as experts highlighted the importance of technology in the ever-changing world of farming.

From left to right: Mpumalanga farmer Danie Bester, USA farmer Kevin Kalb, and panel discussion host Professor Ferdi Meyer, managing director of the Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy. Photo: Africa Agri Tech
From left to right: Mpumalanga farmer Danie Bester, USA farmer Kevin Kalb, and panel discussion host Professor Ferdi Meyer, managing director of the Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy. Photo: Africa Agri Tech
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