With January already behind us it’s hard to remember the holiday period. Our thoughts are with all those impacted by the floods across Tairāwhiti Gisborne, Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland and other areas. We know events like this result in a range of emotions, practical needs, financial consequences, ongoing challenges and we wish you well in your recovery. In the wake of the extreme weather, the Xero Assistance Programme (XAP) is offering free mental health support for all small businesses (owners, employees and families) in the affected regions.
We’re already moving at pace with a full calendar of agritech activities scheduled for the first half of 2023, so get ready for a collective push to advance the industry in 2023.
We’ll do our part by connecting people and ideas, promoting projects and problems worth solving and advancing the growth of our industry. This year, we begin with the Agritech Connect Tour 2023 on the road during March.
With the support of our Members and community, we’re looking forward to a powerful 2023.
Chief Executive, AgriTechNZ
Welcome to our new Members
At AgriTechNZ we have a wide and growing Membership base that spans the entire ecosystem. We’d like to send a warm welcome to the latest members to join our community.
Bovonic – Bovonic is revolutionising how dairy farmers control and defeat disease through their platform QuadSense.
Halter – Halter connects the gap between human and animal understanding with smart innovation featuring their registered Cowgorithm.
OmniEye New Zealand – OmniEye is an automated on-farm camera-based livestock scoring and monitoring system for the dairy industry. Helping farmers keep an “intelligent eye” over their herd.
Onside – Onside puts risk management in the hands of everyone, allowing anyone checked in to report hazards via the app.
For latest news and events read the full newsletter here: Agritech News: Racing into 2023