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Austrade presents

China Agtech overview and opportunities series 1

Online

This webinar will help Australian Agtech ecosystem players understand what China is endeavouring and pivoting in its agricultural industry upgrading, in order to find the collaborative scope to partnership, covering the below topics:

  • How has China's agricultural sector changed under the pandemic
  • China's agricultural investment megatrends in the past decade
  • Industry hotspots of agricultural technology innovation and companies worthy of attention
  • Future insights on future agricultural technology.

 

China's agricultural technology investment trends and new developments under the pandemic:

  1. China's agricultural investment megatrends in the past decade
  2. How has China's agricultural sector changed under the pandemic
  3. Industry hotspots of agricultural technology innovation and companies worthy of attention
  4. Future insights on future agricultural technology.

 

The agricultural production capability of China has many diversities compared with developed western nations where industrial modernisation and high machinery has been achieved. China has been planning for years on transforming and upgrading its agriculture production mode into an efficient, cost-effective and sustainable way towards precision farming, but still a long way to go.

 

The majority of China’s agricultural production level is in the stage of Ag 2.0 in small-scale farms with basic machinery and about 10% in Ag 3.0 industrial automation. The Ag 4.0 precision and smart farming occupy 1% of the nation’s total agricultural production. Its technology breakthrough on AI, Iots, remote sensing and 5G will fasten its track to smart agriculture and opportunities for Australian equipment, service and technologies organisations.

 

Who should attend:

  • Australian Agricultural product, services and technology exporters
  • Australian agtech start-ups, incubators and accelerators
  • Australian agricultural R&D institutes and associations
  • Australian investment organisations

 

Speakers:

  • Yvon Ni- Greater China Agribusiness Team Leader, Australian Trade and Investment Commission
  • Xiwen Qing- COO&Partner, VCearth
  • Sun Tong- Chairman of BRIC Agri-Info Group

 

Cost:

  • These events are free, but participants must register. The registration confirmation email will include all webinar log-on information.