If you have an interest in precision agriculture, you should attend the 2016 InfoAg Conference. I will be at Booth #11.
InfoAg features an educational program that includes plenary and breakout sessions. There is also an extensive exhibit hall of leading hardware, software, and vendors to precision agriculture.
The educational programs are perfect for learning new perspectives about how to put technology to work in the field. It is also a great place to hear more about new products and services as well as the unique perspective on the global research efforts in testing and creating new technologies.
Last year, InfoAg had over 1,500 attendees. Just over half of the attendees are crop consultants or are involved with ag retail. About 10% of the attendees are farmers. There are also many agribusiness people, university researchers, scientists, and government workers. The networking opportunity is probably the best reason to attend.
The InfoAg Conference will be held at Union Station in St. Louis, Missouri on August 2-4, 2016. I hope to see you there!