Agri-EPI and Grimme webinar
It’s been announced that Agri-EPI has joined a large UK agri-food consortium, formed to address agricultural labour shortages by accelerating the use of robotics and automation (R&A) for picking and packing soft fruit and vegetables in the country.
To this end, we will be hosting a webinar with international manufacturing company Grimme, who harvest success with their product range, to find out more about their efforts in providing efficient solution to automation in the salad sector.
Can I get involved?
Yes, the webinar will not only look at Grimmes’ capabilities and future plans, but it will also outline how you and your company can apply your technologies or solutions to automation of the salad sector.
Grimme are looking to collaborate with a company on providing an efficient solution to automation in the salad sector.
Are you a company with a technology or solution which could be applied to automation in the salad sector? Then be sure to join.
10:00am: Overview of automation in high value crop industry, Agri-EPI Centre CEO, Dave Ross
10.15am Introduction to Grimme, Barriers and Innovation Opportunity, Grimmes Vegetable Product Specialist, Rob Wilkinson
10.30am Multispectral and hyperspectral imaging, University of West England Lecturer of Machine Vision and Research Leader in Precision Agriculture Dr. Bo Li
10.45am: Q & A
Register now to find out more: attendee.gotowebinar.com/register.
Grimme have over 150 machine types, and offer the most extensive and broadest product range in potato, beet and vegetable technology. In vegetable technology, both Grimme and the subsidiary ASA-LIFT build a variety of innovative machines for harvesting onions, beetroot, carrots, leeks, chives, celery, fennel, peas, lettuce, etc.