Update: The Digital Food & Agribusiness event by Australia’s peak Internet of Things (IoT) industry body, IoT Alliance Australia, has been reschedled to April 7, 2022.

Taking place in Orange in NSW at 4pm on April 7, 2022, the event will be hosted by SparkLabs Cultiv8 and sponsored by nbn Australia. It is part of the IoT Insights Series produced by the IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA) in collaboration with IoT Hub.

The agtech event will bring together leading digital agriculture experts, innovators, thought leaders, corporates, solution providers, government representatives and producers and growers.

The focus will be on insights and knowledge sharing about the opportunities and challenges faced by the Australian food and agriculture sector as it grapples with digital change.

Connectivity remains a major headache for farm IoT deployments, so attendees may well be interested in the session at the event demystifying NB-IoT, Cat-M1, 5G, LoRaWAN and satellite IoT connectivity. The session will include representatives from Fleet, Telstra, NNNCo, Meshed, Myriota and nbn.

Producers and growers from different commodity sectors will share their experiences adopting digital agriculture solutions.

And attendees will hear about return on investment from IoT. GoannaAg CEO Alicia Garden and CSIRO Senior Research Scientist Rose Roche will talk about getting “more crop from each drop”.

KPMG Partner & Head of AgTech Ben van Delden and Meat & Livestock Australia Group Manager of Science and Innovation Michael Lee will discuss the Red Meat AgTech ROI Calculator.

And Charles Sturt University Professor of Food Sustainability, Niall Blair, will talk about IoT device testing and provisioning.

Buy tickets to the IoTAA Digital Food & Agribusiness event here.