Agricultural technology innovations for the crop farming of the future: efficient and resource-saving – Focus on smart farming, automation, connectivity, autonomous agricultural technology, alternative drives – The world’s leading trade fair for agricultural technology kicks off with 2,811 exhibitors from 52 countries.

The agricultural sector must adapt to changing framework and production conditions. In the future, it will be important to use fewer and less intensive inputs to increase productivity while protecting the environment and nature. This makes inspiration and solutions through technical and professional progress all the more important. “Innovations in agricultural technology are the key to ‘green productivity’. This is also demonstrated by the innovations we have honored with the Innovation Award. Our exhibitors submitted 251 new products and solutions to this year’s competition,” says Tobias Eichberg, emphasizing the high innovation potential of the agricultural technology sector. In addition to the established manufacturers, numerous start-ups are also providing impetus, and Agritechnica is dedicating an entire exhibition area to them in Pavilion 11.

Tobias Eichenberg, DLG (Photo: DLG)
Tobias Eichberg, Managing Director of DLG Service GmbH (Photo: DLG)

“With 2,811 exhibitors from 52 countries, the exhibition grounds are fully booked. This underlines Agritechnica’s outstanding position as a global showcase for innovation, a leading business platform and a forum for the important issues of the future in the agricultural sector,” says Tobias Eichberg, Managing Director of DLG Service GmbHat the international press conference at the start of the trade fair. Agritechnica is organized by the DLG (German Agricultural Society).


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