As international travel restrictions to Thailand and the region ease further, the agricultural and horticultural machinery community for Asia will be meeting from the 25th to the 27th May 2022, at the AGRITECHNICA ASIA & HORTI ASIA trade fair in Bangkok, Thailand. Joined by country partner Vietnam and guided by sustainability-led smart farming, the trade fair will welcome 300 brands from 26 countries offering hand-picked solutions for this region.
The event also provides professional knowledge and networking through its conference programme and practical features like vertical farming, cannabis cultivation and smart farming.
Live demonstrations of drones performing precision tasks within an exhibition hall are planned within the new Thailand Smart Farming Pavilion, initiated and hosted by the Thai Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MOAC). The trade fair is taking place at BITEC exhibition grounds in Bangkok and features a wide range of machinery displays applicable for the region.
“Smart farming is one of the integrated solutions for sustainable agri-food systems. Integrated solutions need integrated actions from policies, business and the farmers. Precision agriculture has to monitor the changes and apply the appropriate technologies at the right place, at the right time and at the right rate. AGRITECHNICA ASIA is the right place to explore your ‘right’ technology and services that you need,” says Vanida Khumnirdpetch, Director of MOAC’s Bureau of Foreign Agricultural Affairs.
The trade fair has been enriched by a comprehensive conference programme.
One highlight will be theAsia-Pacific Trading Summit on the 26th May.
As part of its export promotion programme, the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) is supporting this event, which is aimed at farm equipment manufacturers and offers an update on current regional requirements in the areas of technology, quality and after-sales services.
The following events can be attended online:
26.05.2022: Mechanization, Postharvest and Smart Farming for Sustainable Rice Production
27.05.2022: ReCAMA Workshop on Smart and Sustainable Agricultural Mechanization ReCAMA Preliminary Program
Those interested can book a ticket (free of charge) giving them access to all online events: https://online-register.org/ata/register/index.php?code=media326
Connecting People – an online platform with streaming and business matching
Following the successful hybrid premiere of the AGRITECHNICA ASIA & HORTI ASIA Regional Summit – an online/in-person conference with 90 presentations and 1000 attendees – the trade fair will be offering online streaming of selected events and newly present the attractive online networking environment.
The exhibition is supported by a range of domestic and international specialist organisations, including the International Rice Research Institute, the Thailand Society of Sugarcane Technologists, the Horticultural Science Society Thailand, the Thai Society of Agricultural Engineering and the National Science and Technology Development Agency.
Pre-register now at https://www.online-register.org/atahorti.php