Sensors in Food and Agriculture - final programme announced


04-06-2018

The final programme for the 3rd Annual Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 Program is announced. The conference takes place on 18-19th July at the John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park.

Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018

18 - 19th July

John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, Norfolk.

The Final Programme is announced for the 3rd Annual Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 conference.  As in previous years, the conference will include presentations on the applications of sensor technology in crop production, food production and animal welfare, poster displays, and an exhibition of innovative new technology.  Organised by Sensor100, the conference includes a balanced mix of academic and commercial presentations.

Submision of oral presentations is now closed, but poster abstracts (100 words) can be accepted until 22 June.  Posters will be entered into a competition, to be judged by the conference delegates with an award to the three best posters.

There are still some exhibit spaces available, so if you wish to display your products and services, please contact Sensor100 as soon as possible (michael@sensor100.com).

Early registration discount is available until 8th June, so REGISTER NOW

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