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Digital eyes help Queensland beef producers level up productivity

Once science fiction, the idea of using computers to see and think for us is now a reality. But while the sheer scale of Queensland’s northern beef industry makes its producers a perfect use case for a few extra sets of digital eyes to optimise their herd productivity – connectivity and a lack of infrastructure have limited the development of solutions.   
An exciting collaboration between evokeAG. 2025 partner, the Queensland Government's Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, and agricultural AI specialist, InFarm, is set to change that. Together, they’ve delivered a prototype autonomous camera system that leverages machine vision and artificial intelligence to identify and monitor cows

Insights evokeAG. 2025
15 Jul 2024

Five fast facts to get your boss to sign off on your evokeAG. 2025 leave

AgriFutures evokeAG. is back in 2025 – and it’s bringing a diverse network of organisations, individuals and businesses to Brisbane on 18-19 February 2025 to explore the common ground of agrifood tech innovation. Innovators, corporations, researchers, investors, producers, and government agencies from across Australia and overseas – they’ll all be there. Over two days, you will discover cutting-edge technologies and disruptive business models while building partnerships with top-tier innovators.
Still need convincing? Here are the top five reasons your boss (or if you’re boss – you) needs to sign off on that dotted leave line now.

2 Jul 2024
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How Aussie startup Regrow became a global ag resilience leader

With applications for the 2025 evokeAG. Startup Program opening later this year, we thought we’d check back in with past participants to find out where they are now – and how the Startup Program helped them get there.
And what better place to start than our inaugural 2019 cohort?
In the third article of our series, evokeAG. contributor Casey Dunn sat down with Regrow co-founder and CEO, Dr Anastasia Volkova, to hear how she got from a $20,000 pitch contest to having the pulse on over 1.3B acres around the world.

1 Jul 2024

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Global exports and the green ‘basket fillers’

It will come as a surprise to nobody, that European consumers are looking for more sustainable food and fibre products – this is a global trend. Justin Webb, AgriWebb, breaks down why this is a great opportunity for Australian farmers to claim a global advantage using ‘ground truth’ data.

4 Mar 2022

AgriWebb empowers producers to capture maximum value

In this episode we speak to Justin Webb, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of AgriWebb, on how the farm management technology is supporting farmers to share their sustainability stories to global consumers – and earn premium prices for practices backed by verified data.

3 Mar 2022

A bumper harvest and new approach to workforce supply

A career in agricultural machinery sales and an after-work hobby led to Will Mitchell founding a burgeoning labour hire startup. WorksForYou matches university students and young athletes with casual, unskilled roles and recently played a major role in helping farms in New South Wales and ACT finish one of Australia’s biggest harvests in history.

2 Mar 2022

Farmo: Water monitoring saves time and money

Nick Seymour, Founder and General Manager of IoT solutions company Farmo recently participated in the evokeAG. Startup Network program. We caught up with Nick, and sheep and cattle producer James Young from Cavendish on the benefits of using new technologies to solve age-old problems on-farm.

1 Mar 2022