The third annual RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech Conference has doubled the amount of space over last year’s event. The Conference, being held on May 6, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, has sold out the last two years and this years event is shaping up to be even better.
The conference will showcase the hottest new technology in the agriculture industry. Visitors will see the latest in biotech, drones, robotics, big data, and Internet of Things in areas like food production, distribution and marketing, supply chain management, food safety and water shortage issues.
“The Conference is an innovation hotspot for farmers, technologists, venture capitalists, startups, ag executives, and others to explore how technology is rewriting the dynamics of farming and food,” said Roger Royse, founder of the Conference.
The Conference will include demonstrations of the newest tech products in agriculture, multiple presentations and panel discussions focused on a wide range of agtech topics. The newest and hottest agtech startups will pitch to venture capitalists, demonstrating their products and value proposition.
Purchase your tickets at: http://www.svagtech.org/wp/registration/.
For the conference agenda, restoration information and photos of last year’s conference visit the conference website.