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AgriFood follow-up session “Safe data sharing, is a Data-Delta Plan needed?”

Photo: Business Developer René Langevoort | Break-out session AI Congress

AgriFood follow-up session “Safe data sharing, is a Data-Delta Plan needed?”

Recently, we have been discussing the themes of “Data Connecting Soil And People” and “Short Chain and Scalable” within the AgriFood domain in various settings. These topics were also covered during two of the 16 Break-out sessions at The AI Congress held Oct. 28 at the Forum in Groningen.

On Tuesday, January 31, from the AI Hub North Netherlands, we are organizing a follow-up session for AI applications within the AgriFood sector. The format chosen is informal and interactive. During this session we will explain a number of initiatives and questions that have come from the follow-up from sessions during and after the conference. We would like to invite you to this.

We have summarized this in a compact program. Our ambition for this meeting: To jointly arrive at aligned consortium formations with concrete action program and follow-up around the selected initiatives.


08:30 – 09:00 Walk-in

09:00 – 10:00 Plenary session

– Welcome, introducing the AI hub AgriFood program team

– Explanation AI hub program AgriFood, (René Langevoort)

– Data Sharing within AgriFood, dilemmas but also solutions (Steven Verkuil, Inversable)

What does “bottom-up” look like from the perspective of a Data Architect;

  • Facilitate open innovation, new business models but there are common rules we need to strive for (e.g. no vendor loc-in);
  • New legal framework from Europe is going to help us;
  • Is authority and standardization needed?

10:00 – 10:30 a.m. Break, opportunity for networking

10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Breakouts, partners and companies provide the content, participants the energy

Topics workshops:

  • FarmersDashboard, have we started at the bottom yet? Led by Joep de Vries.
  • Autonomous Agri-robotics: how do we reap the benefits? Led by Job Oostveen.
  • Healthy living as a service – SmartFoodHubs, short chain B2C and B2B. Led by Claudine Lamoth.
  • Data Sharing, study groups, learning communities, hubs and labs; We can make a lot of that! Led by René Langevoort.

11:30 – 12:00 Plenary wrap-up, action agenda and concrete agreements made

12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Lunch and networking.

Where: IT Hub, Grientsveensweg 29, Hoogeveen

Due to location, a limited number of seats are available. Sign up early. We look forward to seeing you Tuesday, Jan. 31. See you then!

This session is provided by: 

René Langevoort | Business Developer AI Hub North Netherlands | +31 (0) 6 22 925 007 | rene.langevoort@aihub-noord.nl.

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