The Farm Tech Society (FTS) is an international non-profit industry association that unites and supports the Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) industry, seeking to strengthen the sector through the development and implementation of resilient and future proof methods and technologies for indoor growing.Continue reading “Farm Tech Society is industry partner of the Agrifood Innovation Event”
FIPA – Federation of Portuguese Agro-Food Industries, a private non-profit association, brings together a wide range of associations and companies in the agro-food industry operating in Portugal. Founded in 1987, it has been working for decades to represent, defend and stimulate the sector both nationally and at a European level, with political decision-makers, partners and civil society.Continue reading “FIPA is industry partner of the Agrifood Innovation Event”
AgriFood Innovation Event 2020 welcomes The Center of Excellence for Indoor Agriculture as Media Partner
The mission of The Center of Excellence for Indoor Agriculture is to create a public-private partnership that accelerates growth and innovation in the indoor farm industry through knowledge sharing, programs and services for industry partners, research and development, testing, workforce training, advocacy and leadership.Continue reading “The Center of Excellence for Indoor Agriculture is Media Partner of AgriFood Innovation Event 2020”
How do we make agriculture more sustainable and more efficient? With connectivity, innovation, smart and vertical farming. Interested to find out more? Register for Vertical Farming Conference (June 23) and Smart Farming Conference (June 24) during AgriFood Innovation Event (June 23-24) and learn more REGISTER HERE.
AgriFood Innovation Event includes 4 conferences (focused on 2 tracks: food and agriculture), an expo, workshops, student demo corners, lab tours and more.
Confirmed speakers for Vertical Farming Conference:Continue reading “How do we make agriculture more sustainable?”
Jakajima is closely following developments related to the Corona virus (COVID-19). We are in touch with specialised institutions, including the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), the Regional Health Service (GGD), the World Health Organisation and the related conference venue.
Any measures required will be taken in consultation with partners and following the guidelines issued by the RIVM and GGD. Our priority is always on safeguarding health and safety.
Unless otherwise advised and communicated by us, our conferences / events will take place as scheduled.
Our status with regard to the Corona virus remains unchanged. The precautions and advice mentioned below still apply.
We advise all involved – attendees, exhibitors, employees and suppliers – to follow the guidelines and precautions of the RIVM and GGD concerning hygiene regulations:
- Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly with soap or hand-disinfection gel;
- Greet each other verbally or with a hand gesture (don’t shake hands);
- Cough or sneeze in a paper tissue or the inside of your elbow;
- Avoid close contact with people suffering from respiratory complaints;
- Seek medical attention in case of respiratory complaints, sore throat, coughing and fever.
We encourage all attendees, exhibitors and suppliers to check the latest travel advice and entry guidelines for countries to which they wish to travel before making arrangements. These may vary from country to country.
The latest information and Q&A on the Corona virus in the Netherlands from the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) can be found here.
Shay Shemesh, PhD, Braslavsky research group, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will demo his project at AgriFood Innovation Event
The Braslavsky research group from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem focuses in 3D printing of novel, personalized, cellulose based meat replacements. We introduce a vegan, Meat analog Based on natural oil and proteins. We print hamburgers!Continue reading “3D printed vegan hamburgers”
by Graduate Center Munich School of Engineering
This Winter School builds on the previous one „Food and Energy“ in 2019. While the first Winter School focused on plants‘ needs, the analysis of the supply chain and the consumption patterns as well as on food waste, the emphasis is now on ecological and energy related questions.Continue reading “Energy and Food – Interdisciplinary Winter School”
AgriFood Innovation Event welcomes Anrich3D as Start-Up Partner
Anrich3D is developing food 3D printing for personalized nutrition in collaboration with the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore and At-Sunrice Global Chef Academy. It is an up and coming startup to be spun off from NTU.
The name Anrich3D comes from enriched, as we want to enrich lives through 3D printed personalized nutrition!
Marcel Hendriks, Entrepreneur – project manager – business developer, HENEDIO, will moderate the Vertical Farming Session on June 26
Marcel Hendriks has an MBA and has two Bachelors, one in Agricultural Business and one in IT. He has extensive experience and knowledge in agribusiness and the high-tech industry. As a former manager and business developer, he made the move to entrepreneurship and he also works as a consultant for startups and for companies that want to make a difference.Continue reading “Marcel Hendriks is moderator at AgriFood Innovation Event 2019”
by Maastricht University students at Student demo corner during AgriFood Innovation Event 2019
The Worrior bars are a savoury, crunchy and tasty snack made for you to eat on the go, meeting the needs of the intersection between a yummy snack that is also a complete source of protein and simultaneously sustainable. They are made out of buffalo worm flour and seasoned with savoury Mediterranean herbs. Could it get any better? Yes!Continue reading “Worrior Bar”