The Conference will feature hot new agtech companies applying biotech, drones, Internet of Things, robotics, big data, and e-commerce. The conference sold out last year and will sell out this year.
PALO ALTO, Calif. (PRWEB) January 07, 2015
The annual RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech Conference will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on May 11, 2015 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. “The Conference will feature hot new agtech companies applying new technologies such as biotech, drones, Internet of Things, robotics, big data, and e-commerce in areas such as food production, distribution and marketing, supply chain management, food safety, and water shortage issues. This event sold out last year and will sell out again,” said Roger Royse, founder of the RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech Conference. In its second year, the Conference is an “innovation hotspot for farmers, technologists, venture capitalists, startups, ag executives, and others to explore how technology is rewriting the dynamics of farming and food.” Tickets are available at Eventbrite. Early bird tickets are available until March 1, 2015.
The Conference will include demonstrations of the newest tech products in agriculture, multiple presentations and panel discussions, special sessions on food and wine tech, and in-depth breakout sessions focused on a wide range of agtech topics. This year, members of the RoyseLaw AgTech Incubator—an intense five-month program for companies focused on creating new technologies for the agriculture and food industries—will pitch to venture capitalists, demonstrating their products and value proposition.
For more information on the RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech Conference, visit the conference website, which includes the conference agenda, registration information, photos of last year’s conference, and other details.
About RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech
RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech Conference and RoyseLaw AgTech Incubator are where technology meets agriculture, the Silicon Valley meets the Silicon Prairie, and innovation comes back to the farm. RoyseLaw AgTech applies the Silicon Valley model to bring together promising ideas and to leverage agriculture applications to build great new companies, exchange ideas, and generate interest in this rapidly growing industry. Roger Royse is the founder of the RoyseLaw Silicon Valley AgTech Conference and RoyseLaw AgTech Incubator.