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Data-Driven Intelligent Agricultural Systems Symposium
Kansas Ag Connection - 02/09/2024

Registration is $20. To register, visit ( Lunch will be included and there will be a student poster session and networking event after the main program in the afternoon. The symposium aims to bring together Smart Farming researchers and practitioners from Texas A&M AgriLife, Engineering, and Industry to share their research and futuristic vision for smart farming in Texas and beyond. The session topics will include the following:Morning SessionVision of smart farming for agriculture – G. Cliff Lamb, Ph.D., director of Texas A&M AgriLife research, and Nick Duffield, Ph.D., director, Texas A&M Institute of Data Science, Bryan-College Station. Development of climate smart beef and bison commodities in the US Northern Great Plains - Hector Menendez, Ph.D., professor, Department of Animal Science, South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota.

Computer vision for dairy health and management - Ilan Halachmi, Ph.D., professor and head of the Agricultural Research Organization Laboratory, Tamra, Israel. Data sharing opportunities for beef value chains - Francisco Maroto-Molina, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Animal Production, University of Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain. Kiju Lee, Ph.D., associate professor, Texas A&M Departments of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution and Mechanical Engineering and Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology, Bryan-College Station.

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