October 15

Online event on Digital Twins in horticulture

Perhaps you have already heard about the use of ‘Digital Twins’ in horticulture. Experts say it is the next step in data-driven breeding and a promising technology that can improve the way we grow crops today. Are you a professional or a student with a technical background? And are you interested in how Digital Twins are opening up new opportunities in horticulture? Sign up now to take a deep dive into the world of Digital Twins during Rijk Zwaan’s TechnoHouse on(line) Tour on 15 October.

Live, online event
This online event, which will be broadcast live from Rijk Zwaan’s Research & Breeding greenhouse facility in Fijnaart (the Netherlands), features a live roundtable discussion with three experts: Gert Kootstra (Researcher Computer Vision & Robotics at Wageningen University), Grégoire Hummel (CEO of Phenospex) and Ben Scheres (Research Manager at Rijk Zwaan). During the 90-minute event, they firstly explain more about their work and research focus in a five-minute video, before discussing the subject in more depth under the guidance of host and technological entrepreneur Marelle van Beerschoten.

Pitch your idea to experts
As a participant, you have a unique opportunity to pitch your Digital Twin-related knowledge or idea to the experts for one minute during the live broadcast. This stimulates knowledge sharing and interesting discussions, plus you can gain valuable feedback.

Practical information
Date & time: Thursday 15 October, 16:00-17:30 h CET 
Who: Professionals and students with a technical background
Location: Digital via Webex Events
The event will be held in English

More information & registration: www.rztechnohouse.com 

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