Registration is now open for AgGateway’s Mid-Year Meeting June 11-14 at Prairie Meadows in Altoona, Iowa, just outside of Des Moines. The meeting will provide valuable insights and networking to better enable the industry’s transition to digital agriculture. Much of the meeting consists of open working group sessions where teams discuss ways to more efficiently exchange information in agriculture to maximize efficiency and productivity.
This year’s general session speaker is Jim Krogmeier, professor of electrical and computer engineering at Purdue University, who will discuss blockchain technology and its potential impact on agriculture. Other highlights include the first face-to-face meeting of AgGateway’s new Traceability Working Group, a luncheon for first-time attendees, a “Quick Connect” session featuring face-to-face meetings between trading partners implementing electronic connections, and multiple networking events.
AgGateway has again set modest registration fees to encourage maximum participation in the collaborative discussions and projects. Registration is just $175 for both members and non-members. In addition, those who register by May 4 will be entered into a drawing to win a special VIP attendee package, including a complimentary hotel room upgrade to a suite. The special hotel rate at Prairie Meadows available until May 22 is $109/night.
More information is available on AgGateway’s Mid-Year Meeting webpage, found under “Events” at www.AgGateway.org. Explore sponsorship opportunities by reviewing the sponsorship program on the event webpage or email Sponsorship@AgGateway.org. General inquiries can also be directed to AgGateway’s Member Services at Member.Services@AgGateway.org or (+1) 866-251-8618.
AgGateway is a non-profit organization dedicated to the expanded use of information to maximize efficiency and productivity, promoting and enabling the industry’s transition to digital agriculture.