AHDB to host farm data workshops
2nd Jul 2018 / By Alistair Driver
AHDB is running a series of regional workshops from the end of this month looking at how to use farm data more effectively.
Ensuring data is used beyond the farm gate in a fair, open, transparent and compliant way is a critical step to making the best use of this information, AHDB chief strategy officer Tom Hind said.
It has teamed up with agri-software business Rezare Systems, which have experience of running a similar project in New Zealand, to consult on creating a best practice guide to sharing farm data.
The workshops will be a mix of presentations and interactive sessions in groups to gain feedback and understand the key issues and opportunities around sharing and using farmer's data through an effective set of best practice principles.
"We will be asking farmers, processors, supermarkets, machinery companies, auction market associations, breeders, representative bodies, the government and banks to help shape the data sharing principles, along with the agri-tech centres, academics, animal and crop health companies and environmental organisations," Mr Hind said.
July 26, 10.00am - 2.00pm: York
July 27, 10.00am - 2.00pm: Cambridge
July 31, 10.00am - 2.00pm: Edinburgh
August 1, 10.00am - 2.00pm: Bristol
Registration from 9.45
You can also register by contacting the AHDB KE Events Hub on 01904 771218 or firstname.lastname@example.org providing your name, job role, email and preferred venue.