Solving grassroots agribusiness problems together


Agmentation 2018 is a sprint and pitch grassroots problem solving event held over two days, bringing together primary producers, technical engineers, UNE researchers, industry stakeholders, university students and regional high school students to form teams and work towards solutions to address the 2018 Mission Statement: “Weighing In – Measuring Productivity in Non-Traditional Ways”

The UNE SMART Region Incubator invites you to join Agmentation and be part of transforming the way we farm, produce and create in the region.

Registrations for Agmentation 2018 are now full. You can join the wait list to register your interest and we’ll contact you if a place become available. 

5pmWelcome Event – Register & join us for a BBQ to kick off the evening

6pm – State of Play Panel – Measuring Productivity in Non-Traditional Ways facilitated by Professor David Lamb of the Precision Agriculture Research Group, the panel will discuss the current productivity challenges.

7:30am BBQ Breakfast

8am Welcome and Game Plan! Innovators will pitch their idea!

8:45am Game On! Teams be formed and spend the next 8 hours utilising the skills within their team, as well as the resources and knowledge that will be made available to them through the UNE SMART Region Incubator network of mentors and innovators.

12 noon SMART Farm Cross Country Tour Teams will take a break from lunch and are invited to tour the UNE SMART Farm with Professor David Lamb

4pm Showcase Final pitch in front of the judges.

5pm Winners Announced! We’ll be awarding a Winner, Runner-Up, Judges Commendation and Peoples Choice

Registrations are full for Agmentation 2018. You can join the wait list to register your interest and we’ll contact you if a place becomes available.

The Mission

Weighing-in – Measuring Productivity in Non-Traditional Ways
Agmentation 2018 will focus on new innovations which effectively ‘game-change’ the measuring of productivity of livestock and pastoral assets.

The Value
Agricultural producers will bring their productivity measurement challenges which including connectivity, accurate trustworthy real-time data collection, transport logistics, price volatility and markets, automation of equipment, livestock identification, financial services and the ability to make informed decisions onsite in real-time.
Professor David Lamb and his colleagues in the Precision Agricultural Research Group have listened to producers and identified the 2018 mission as one of the top priorities for agricultural producers that has the potential to unleash improved practice and profitability outcomes.

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