Precision agriculture is here
Data-driven practices are revolutionising supply chains from farm to fork
Sowing the seeds for our digital future
Over the next decade, we will see important changes to policies that govern the environmental, farming and rural affairs sector, at a time when environmental shifts bring fresh challenges in how animals are reared, crops are grown and fish are caught. New digital tools, explored in this Digital Vision for Farming, can help meet rising demand for high-quality produce with verifiable sustainability and animal health standards. The future depends on the ability to harness data for precision farming that both optimises yields and engenders the confidence of consumers.
Adrian Gregory, Chief Executive Officer, Atos UK&I
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Digital Vision for Farming
Accelerating the digital revolution of the agricultural sector
As the UK agricultural landscape continues to evolve, industry experts explore the vital importance of digital transformation and innovation across supply chains – and what this means for farmers, consumers and the environment.
Amidst widescale change, this paper explores the role of digital transformation in addressing the industry’s most important challenges and opportunities.
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Chief Executive Officer, Atos UK&I
George Eustice MP
Minister of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
Julian Sturdy MP
Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Farming
Account Director, Atos UK&I
Agri-EPI Centre / Dairy Research Director, Kingshay
Chief Digital Officer, Public Sector and Health, Atos UK&I
Dr Ashleigh Bright
Head of Science, Benchmark Knowledge Services
Director, Benchmark Knowledge Services
Senior Director, Member Relations, Arla Foods UK
Chief Digital Officer, Atos UK&I
Chief Executive Officer, Envitia
Marketing Director, Kirona