PrecisionAg® is pleased to announce the return of its PrecisionAg Vision Conference, October 10-12, 2017. Based on overwhelmingly positive response among attendees at last year’s inaugural event, this year’s conference will again take place in Phoenix, AZ. Conference organizer Meister Media Worldwide has enhanced the event this year to galvanize dialogue and foster greater collaboration among precision agriculture’s most central stakeholders: large growing operations and service providers in row crops and specialty/permanent crops around the world.
New for 2017, the PrecisionAg Vision Conference will offer solutions-based education. Delegates will join their senior-level peers in working through challenging problems to discover cross-functional solutions that apply to everyone in the precision agriculture industry. The takeaway will be practical lessons learned from and for growers, service providers, and colleagues working in like production systems around the world. “In addition to identifying practical solutions, the goal is for delegates to establish a grounded network that fosters communication and endures long after the conference ends,” said Paul Schrimpf, Executive Editor of Meister Media Worldwide’s Agribusiness Group.
Also new this year, the event will offer a pre-conference tour of Arizona’s agricultural technology and the University of Arizona Robotics System.
With a unique focus on both digital farming software and platforms and in-field precision tools, the 2017 PrecisionAg Vision Conference promises to take a deeper dive into what precision agriculture will look like two to three seasons out, without losing sight of the bigger picture. Paired with unsurpassed networking, this conference is a must-attend premier event in the precision agriculture space. For more information and to register, visit PrecisionAgVision.com.