Hype vs. opportunities in Australian agtech

There is a lot of buzz around Agtech at the moment, fuelled by the mining downturn (in Western Australia particularly), food security issues, data availability and connectivity improvements, and a need to create value-add opportunities and supply chain efficiencies to remain globally competitive. The question is – where are the real opportunities for Agtech in Australia, and where is it just hype?

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Strengthening Companies in the Agri sector

Strengthening regional innovation and export capability via the AgriStart HARVEST Residential Intensive held at Muresk Institute. Value-added businesses in the week-long accelerator included Indigenous Aquaculture Ventures, Gloria Dieu Stud, Black Sheep Engineering, Livestock Pricing, WA Pure Honey, Flexible Farming Systems

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eConnected Grainbelt Workshop

AgriStart facilitated an AgTech Needs workshop for the eConnected Grainbelt project, helping support the vision of the research stations to become ‘smart farms’ and leading research facilities.

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Sarah Gray