Agritech and IoT – Progress in Rural Connectivity
Progress in Rural Connectivity
The growing focus on the environmental impact of farming has led to an increased use of IoT to optimise fertiliser, power and water use. However, one of the biggest challenges is the connectivity of devices across large areas of Aotearoa’s productive land. How can improvements to rural connectivity be accelerated? We ask the experts!
AgriTechNZ and the IoT Alliance are hosting a panel of speakers to share their experiences, projects and aspirations for the future of IoT in agritech. We will discuss large scale IoT and sensor deployment projects, plus proof-of-concept trials. New infrastructure initiatives and the evolving role of satellite connectivity will also be discussed.
Matt is a co-founder of IoT Ventures and has been working on delivering value from long-range low power IoT since 2015. His focus is on business strategy, market development, product delivery. He has experience of developing and implementing IoT solutions in agricultural, environmental, wellness, asset management and smart city domains. Prior to IoT Ventures Matt worked in and on a number of innovative and high growth companies from concept to exit in a range of industries with a particular focus on technology in health, aged care and the social services. He is currently also an IS strategy advisor to the health sector.
Special thanks to Fonterra for hosting this event
Heads up! We have been inundated with requests to run the Agritech and IoT – Progress in Rural Connectivity event, scheduled for April 14, online. We hear you! We are planning to run the same event later this year online. Keep an eye out for more details in our newsletter.