CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Monday 9 April 2018:

CAPIGI conference room 7 & 8

13:30 Opening session: "Setting the Scene" moderator: Tamme van der Wal - CAPIGI Foundation
  The LULUCF policy explained Simon Kay - European Commission DG-CLIMA 
  Machines of the future Peter Pickel - JohnDeere European Technology Innovation Centre (ETIC)
  Science for evidence based policies in environmental performance Saskia Visser - Wageningen University and Research (WUR)
  The Key Components to Effectively Harvest Data in Agriculture Supply Chain Alistair Knott - Proagrica

 

15:30 Tea and Coffee  visit to exhibitors

 

16:15 Session: "Environmental Performance" Moderator: Henk Janssen (WUR)
  Storing carbon in soils - mitigation in climate impact Charlotte Verger - INRA
  Future of the European Common Agricultural Policy Piotr Wojda - European Commission DG-AGRI
  Environmental Performance: What farmers want Evangelos Koumentakos - COPA COGECA

 

17:45 Welcome Drinks offered by City of Amersfoort

 

 

Tuesday 10 April 2018:

CAPIGI Conference in room 7 & 8. In parallel the Hackathon in separate room (after 10:30).

 9:00 Session: "Monitoring agriculture and biodiversity" Moderator: Tamme van der Wal - CAPIGI Foundation
  Introductionary address Tamme van der Wal 
  Need for Biodiversity Monitoring Jacomijn Pluimers - World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
  Paying Agency perspective on monitoring Eefke Peeters - Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO)
  Kick-off Hackathon Josien Kapma - FarmHack 

 

10:30 Coffee break visit to exhibitors

 

parallel sessions in Room 7 and Room 8.

 

 11:00 Breakout session A: Earth Observation Breakout Session B: Monitoring Biodiversity I
  Bringing satellite data to value and business. Olivier Becu - ESA Policy perspective on agriculture and nature Aard Mulders - LNV
  Sentinel Hub - the easiest way to get satellite data in precision farming app Grega Milcinski - Sinergise From on the spot checks to monitoring: 25 years of satellite data for CAP control Philippe Loudjani - JRC
  Advances in high resolution imagery Melanie Rankl - European Space Imaging Looking for a Seamless Claim System : French Experimentations with Sentinel Nicolas David &
 Sebastien Giordano - IGN
  Space Data for Smart Farming: European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) and Copernicus Masters Luisa Wagner - AZO CAPSELLA: data technologies and agro-biodiversity for better land management Peter Paree - ZLTO

 

12:30 Lunch break visit to exhibitors

 

 14:00 Breakout session C: Satellite Navigation (mod.: Joaquin Reyes) Breakout Session D: Monitoring Biodiversity II
  Galileo - the European GNSS Joaquin Reyes González - GSA On-the-spot assessment of grassland Catherine Teerhuis - NVWA
  Reflective GNSS for soil moisture monitoring José Darrozes - GET Quantifying landscape-level land-use intensity patterns through radar-based remote sensing Ruth Howison - RUG
  GreenPatrol: Galileo Enhanced Solution for Pest Detection and Control in Greenhouse Fields with Autonomous Service Robots Maria Campo - CTC Example of markers of grasslands monitoring and collectives Corné van de Sande - Neo
  Novatel/Terrastar Correction services Stephen Jenkins - Hexagon Detection of mowing events from Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 data Karlis Zalite - KappaZeta

 

15:30 Tea and Coffee break visit to exhibitors

 

 16:00 Breakout session E: Drones  Breakout Session F: Digitisation
 

Drones and satellites, integrated perspective for agriculture

Mark van Persie - NLR

Easy farm management that automates documentation

Patrick Honcoop - 365Farmnet
 

The current status of European drones regulation

Ron van de Leijgraaf - I&W

Transform big data in agricultural business insights

Fabio Slaviero - ABACO
 

Flying the gamma-spectrometer for soil texture mapping

Fenny van Egmond - WUR

Advances in precision arable farming R&D and adoption

Corné Kempenaar - WUR
 

Guaranteed delivery of precision agriculture imagery by drones and satellites.

Jeroen Verschoore - BIOSCOPE

5G and Smart Farming

Robbert Kelder - KPN

 

17:45 Walking Dinner in the city centre of Amersfoort Get your ticket at €75 at the registration

 

Wednesday 11 April 2018:

CAPIGI conference Room 7 & 8

 9:00 Session: "Precision agriculture" moderator: Corné van der Sande
  Monitoring Sugar Beets with optical and radar remote sensing Corné van der SandeNeo
  Water Quality and Fertiliser Management Gerard Ros - NMI
  The use of drones in precision agriculture Koen Mertens - ILVO
  How to push out 12.000 variable rate application maps Rita Hørfarter - SEGES
  “WatchITgrow”, monitoring potatoes from space Sven Gilliams - VITO
  Field Lab Smart Farming: implementation in practice Frans Lips - LNV

 

10:30 Coffee break visit to exhibitors

 

 11:00 Closing Session  
  Environmental performance in agriculture: closing statement and follow up Bram de Vos - Wageningen University and Research
  Hackathon pitches hackers
  Hackathon results and awards ceremony Josien Kapma - FarmHack

 

12:00 Lunch (pick-and-go lunch for people leaving for Marknesse)  
12:30 Bus departs to Drones Demonstration Day in Marknesse  
17:00 Bus returns to Mercure Amersfoort