Knowledge Exchange Event: Scaling Digitalization for Climate Smart Agriculture in India and Southeast Asia
Agricultural digitalization can be defined as the utilization of advanced technologies such as AI, robotics, and drones to supercharge farm productivity and efficiency. The broader the adoption of these technologies, the closer we come to achieving climate-smart agriculture goals, like boosting yields and curbing greenhouse gas emissions. However, the integration of agricultural digitalization presents its own set of challenges, especially for producers in developing countries. These hurdles include a lack of awareness among producers about climate-smart agriculture practices and the significant cost of these technologies. To tackle these challenges head-on, it's imperative for stakeholders to collaborate, ranging from NGOs, government bodies, to agri-tech innovators. Together, we can pave the way for a more sustainable and profitable future in farming.
Then, how does Koltiva contribute to advancing agricultural digitalization? Find the full answer when Koltiva's Head of Customer Success, Muhammad N.M. Fadli, takes the stage as a speaker in the "Best Practices in Scaling Adoption of Digital Technologies for Climate Smart Agriculture Relevant for Rice, Maize, and Sugarcane Value Chains" session at the Knowledge Exchange Event: Scaling Digitalization for Climate-Smart Agriculture in India and Southeast Asia.