We are pleased to invite you to attend the Future Food Tech Webinar on Monday 30 November. The event is organized in collaboration with Oost NL - East Netherlands Development Agency which is home to many established agtech businesses, as well as several Japanese organizations.
We invite you to join us online, learn about the innovations and technologies for the future, and to get inspired by smart entrepreneurs who collaborate with top-class research institutes, and startups to develop new smart agriculture solutions.
Both in Japan and the Netherlands, there is a serious shortage of labor due to a decreasing and ageing farming population. Also less young people decide to become a farmer. For these reasons there is a need for new smart farming technologies.
And, did you know that tiny country and agricultural giant in-one - The Netherlands- is changing the way we farm? Many of these smart agriculture innovations arise in the international ecosystem around Wageningen with the number 1 Food and Agriculture University and an ideal mix of multinationals, small and medium enterprises, startups, and research institutes.
In this webinar you will e-meet the main players of this unique agtech ecosystem: Wageningen University and Research, The Dutch agricultural counsellor in Tokyo, OnePlanet Research Center and the Japanese company Kubota. Of course there will also be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session.
Date: Monday 30 November, 2020
Time: 9:30 - 11:00 (CET) / 17:30 - 19:00 (JST)
9:15 Registration/log in
9:30 Welcome by Luc Houben, Chairman at Dujat
9:35 "Introduction East Netherlands a World-Class region for high-tech food, agro and health" by Jurgen Sonneborn de Leur, Project Manager Food Oost NL - East Netherlands Development Agency
9:40 "Future Food Production Europe and Japan" by Erik Pekkeriet, Programme Manager Agro Food Robotics Wageningen University & Research
9:55 "Dutch-Japanese collaboration in AgTech" by Evert Jan Krajenbrink, Agricultural Counsellor Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Tokyo
10:10 "How chip and digital technology innovations can contribute to a sustainable future in food, agriculture, and health" by Liesbeth Luijendijk, Director AgroFood & Environment OnePlanet Research Center
10:25 "For Earth, for Life, Kubota. Shaping the future through Open Innovation" by Peter van der Vlugt, General Manager / CTO Innovation Center Kubota Holdings Europe
10:55 Closing remarks by Hans Kuijpers, Director Investment Projects & Investor Climate NFIA, Board member Dujat
11:00 End of Event
How to join:
This webinar will be conducted using the Meeting function of Microsoft Teams. If you can't use Microsoft Teams on your PC, you can join from your smartphone (you need to download the Teams app in advance), or you can join via your browser (i.e. Microsoft Edge/Google Chrome) as well.