Activity: Talk, evidence or presentation types › Invited talk
Join us for this one-hour panel session which brings together industry experts from both the United Kingdom and New Zealand to discuss their experiences in enabling the exchange of trusted data.
The efficient exchange of agricultural data underpins digital agriculture and food systems globally. In every region around the world, issues of trust, governance and structure are being keenly explored to unlock improved levels of digital enablement. From the climate crisis to antimicrobial resistance, the challenges facing the agrifood sector today are complex. They span the food supply chain and cannot be tackled by single organisations acting alone.
Data interoperability is defined as the ability of organisations to work together and exchange information. Whilst data interoperability is often related to technical matters it has been said that human interoperability is the real problem.
Panellists: Julie Pierce, Food Standards Agency Dr Hannah Rudman, SRUC Thriving Natural Capital Challenge Centre Andrew Cooke, Map of Ag Klaeri Schelhowe, Trust Alliance NZ
Webinar places are limited so please email Rebecca.Geraghty@agrimetrics.co.uk to book your free place.