Join S&P Global Platts, The Weather Company, An IBM Business, and ZE PowerGroup for a Trends in Digital Agriculture webinar.
About the Webinar
During this webinar, our presenters will discuss tools to make informed business decisions based on agriculture market data, Weather and global events. You will gain insights into:
- Trends in digital agriculture
- New insights on AI that will enable a transformation for the world’s food supply chain
- Price assessments and valuable market insights
- How leading data-driven organizations empower themselves to get the most out of their data
About our Presenters
Harvesting Data Insights and Understanding Global Trends and in Agriculture
With growing demands on the world’s food supply chain, the impact of climate change and shifting geopolitics/economics, it is imperative for the agriculture industry to develop global views on market development, supply, demand, and pricing. Understanding and planning for risk and opportunities as the market evolves are dependent on access and analysis to a diverse range of fundamental and technical data. The webinar hosts will share their unique insights and share analytic, predictive and machine methods that take advantage of available data sources.
Chief Strategy Officer,
ZE PowerGroup Inc.
Essential intelligence on grain and oilseeds price trends
S&P Global Platts agriculture prices and data provide an up to date look at spot market activity and trade flows. Our purpose is to provide unbiased and robust price assessments and valuable market insights that help our customers unravel opportunities, make informed decisions, and manage exposure to risks. Dial in to see an overview of current pricing trends for corn and soybeans and how the market been reacting regionally and on a macro level as we answer questions such as; what is the latest on trade tariffs, IMO 2020 impacts and more.
Associate Pricing Director, Agriculture – Americas,
S&P Global Platts
Transformational Technologies for Agriculture
IoT coupled with AI will enable a transformation for the world’s food supply chain. Everything from farm-to-fork will be connected providing new sources of data that coupled with AI will provide new insights to address climate change, production, food quality and safety. Better decisions will be possible focusing on Operational Timing, Soil & Water Management, Pest & Disease Detection, Sustainability and Traceability. Mr. Bruno will share how IBM is putting “Smart to Work” in Agriculture.
Global Agribusiness Solution Architect,