AgroBrasília launches Innovation and Technology Pavilion

Solutions to combat climate impacts on agriculture were the themes of the opening

22.05.2024 | 14:18 (UTC -3)
Luzinete Alves, Cultivar Magazine edition
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AgroBrasília started this Tuesday (21), and featured a launching ceremony for its new Innovation and Technology Pavilion. The initiative is a partnership between SoluBio, the Federal District Research Support Foundation (FAP-DF) and Brazilian startups of great relevance on the national scene. The event continues until Saturday (25), at the Ivaldo Cenci Technological Park. 

The president of the Agricultural Cooperative of the Federal District Region (Coopa-DF), José Guilherme Brenner (in the photo), participated in the ceremony and highlighted the importance of the space within the fair. “This idea of ​​creating the Innovation and Technology Pavilion is to mobilize local knowledge to transform this into something practical, business-like. I hope this pavilion is the beginning of an era, of a purpose,” he highlighted. 

The space was opened to two startups that presented solutions to combat climate impacts in agriculture: Cyan Agronalytics, represented by Majory Imai, CEO, a remote and climate sensing tool to generate agronomic intelligence; and Arable Brazil, represented by general director, Ademar Claudino, an IoT-based solution that combines weather, forecast, plant, soil and irrigation data in the field with advanced modeling and machine learning to provide real-time, actionable insights across the entire cultivation system.

During every day of the Fair, the Technology and Innovation Pavilion will be the stage for the best opportunities for agricultural solutions coming from technology-based startups for the AgroBrasília audience.

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