Global FOODture workshop: Are futures farmers flying farmers?

Workshop 2: Are futures farmers flying farmers?

Today's agriculture has transformed into a high-tech enterprise that most 20th century farmers might barely recognize. Self-driving machinery and flying robots able to automatically survey and treat crops will become common place on farms that practice what's come to be called precision agriculture. The ultimate purpose of all this high-tech gadgetry is optimization, from both an economic and an environmental standpoint.

Global FOODture supports the sustainable transition of the food system through stimulating global collaboration and innovation. The project develops and implements a joint internationalisation strategy that facilitates international collaboration in countries outside Europe for European SMEs.

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