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8:30- 10:00

Agro Food Park 26, 8200 Aarhus N

Tec Five-Tec-O-Meter

How Data and AI Are Making Agriculture Greener

"Can data, AI, and digital tools make Danish agriculture more sustainable?
ABSOLUTELY, and at SEGES Digital, they know how to do it!


SEGES Innovation has developed a number of digital solutions that Danish farmers use in the field, the barn, and the office. Their solutions are largely based on the enormous amounts of data generated daily in relation to agriculture.


The solutions use AI, among other technologies, to deduce patterns, trends, and insights that farmers can use in their daily work.


For example, they have developed models to predict yield and diseases in the fields based on satellite, terrain, and weather data, among other things. Also, they have developed advanced models that can predict disease in livestock based on data from milking robots and video surveillance in the barns.


At this Morning Meetup, you can hear how they combine data, AI, and professional knowledge to turbocharge sustainability in agriculture. You will get a look into the engine room of selected solutions and gain insight into how they work with data and AI in practice.


You will also have the opportunity to ask questions to Jesper Riber Nielsen, Director for Crops, and Lasse Rose Malskær, Data Scientist in Data & Analytics.