The Summit will bring together a multitude of stakeholders from government, civil society, co-operatives, farmers, industry bodies, global business and academia to understand and address the challenges Brazil faces in delivering sustainable intensification. All stakeholders and attendees will have the opportunity to develop a framework for IPR and registration, precision farming, irrigation, mechanisation, soil management and bio innovation by which Brazil will achieve its Low-Carbon Agricultural Plan.
Taking place at the Convention Centre of Stock Exchange in Rio de Janeiro, the Summit consists of a full agenda focused on the key issues that will shape the future of Brazilian agriculture. From lobbying for regulatory changes, analysing the global commodity conundrum, through to knowledge and technology transfer for the farmer, the summit will deliver on its mandate of creating a sustainable framework to be carried forward until 2020.
Marcelo Cardoso is the Superintendent of BNDES. He is responsible for implementing security mechanisms for small business credit. He currently works towards gaining financial backing, as well as job creation and income rises for BNDES.
In 2006, Silvia Toledo Fagnani started at SINDIVEG as Foreign Trade Manager, before eventually becoming Executive Director of Regulatory and International Affairs. Since June of 2015, Silvia has served as Sindiveg's Executive VP.
Since December 2012, Ladislau Martin-Neto has been the Executive Director of Research & Development of Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa).
Ag Growth International is a leading manufacturer of grain handling, conditioning and storage equipment. The name AGI is among the most recognised in global agriculture; in some cases with more than 160 years of industry experience.
Croda is a UK-based manufacturer of speciality ingredients for global consumer care, crop care and industrial markets.
The speciality of Farmer's Edge is precision agronomy. They also offer personalized support to help their customers optimise inputs and resources when it counts the most.
FMC Corporation is a specialty company serving agricultural, industrial and consumer markets globally for more than a century with innovative solutions, applications and quality products.
ILSA’s mission is to better understand and satisfy , which is becoming increasingly specialized and focused on environmental issues.
Founded in 2002, Hortau is a leader in wireless, web-based irrigation management systems.
Iharabras S.A. Indústrias Químicas has been in the market since 1965. Iharabras' portfolio includes more than 60 products targeting several crops and products developed for the control of household pests.
Iteris, Inc. is a leader in providing information solutions to the transportation and agriculture markets.
Isagro is active in the research and development, as well as worldwide production and marketing, of proprietary agricultural pharmaceuticals, as well as their distribution in important markets.
The Ipesa silo bags are designed to be the strongest bags in the market today. Ipesa produce silo bags that are high quality, with superior strength, better tear resistance, and extreme durability.
Laserag is a new soil sampling and soil analysis technology created by LogiAg, a agri-enviromental consulting and software services provider.
Netafim is the global leader in smart drip and Micro irrigation solutions since introducing the world's first drip irrigation system solutions in 1965.
With more than 15 years of research and field experience, thousands of Phytech systems serve leading customers worldwide, helping them to achieve higher yields and sustainable development.
SICIT 2000 S.p.A. is a chemical company founded in 1960, totally devoted to the manufacturing of bio-stimulants based on amino acids & peptides, with a global production capacity of 100 MT (Mega Tonnes) per day.
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions provides agriculture re/insurance, covering the production and financial risks of farmers and related shortfall risks of interconnected stakeholders, such as input suppliers or grain processors.
GreenCorp is a Mexican company founded in 2006, with the mission to develop and provide the global agricultural market with the wider portfolio of innovative organic and agro-chemical products, functional and cost effective as well as with minimal impact to the environment and to the health of humans and animals.
WaudWare specializes in software for the fresh produce industry. Their customized Produce Inventory Control System (PICS) software is leading the way in agricultural inventory control and traceability. The technology behind PICS was specifically designed for the high-speed world of produce.
Agres is a pioneer, genuinely Brazilian company, and holds innovative solutions with key technology of precision agriculture and machinery automation to ensure clients greater profitability
Weather Underground has challenged the conventions around how weather information is gathered and shared since 1993. Our Personal Weather Station Network of 200,000+ has allowed us to expand into new IoT devices & segments that enable us to further innovate beyond the application of traditional weather data sets.
Silos Cordoba is a manufacturer of metal silos / bins for grain storage. More than 40 years helping our clients plan and solve their storage needs in more than 40 countries.
In addition to a large selection of grain storage solutions, including flat silos, hopper silos, truck load silos and farm silos; we also manufacture a full line of handling equipment; livestock equipment, including ventilation systems, feeding and watering systems; metal structures and cladding.
Meteo Blue specialise in high precision weather diagrams, dynamic maps and tools for every location worldwide.
Albaugh, LLC is recognized as the largest, American based, manufacturer and formulator of off patent agricultural crop protection products.
n.io is an artificial intelligence software platform that taps into the recent proliferation of connected “things” to unlock value across a wide range of industries through conserving resources while increasing quality and yield.
BASF SE is the largest chemical producer in the world and is headquartered in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The BASF Group comprises subsidiaries and joint ventures in more than 80 countries and operates six integrated production sites and 390 other production sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, Americas and Africa.
International Business Machines Corporation (commonly referred to as IBM) is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, manufacturing and marketing computer hardware, ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology.
PricewaterhouseCoopers is a multinational professional services network headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It is the largest professional services firm in the world.
The Sustainable Intensification Summit 2016 allows the transfer of knowledge and technology through strategic partnerships and collaborations. Be it through high level governmental access, partnerships with co-operatives and farmers, the Summit allows for an increase in visibility, business development, lobbying and lateral integration. Together we can resolve the vital issues concerning Brazilian agriculture through technological advancements vital to improving productivity, yield and management- We Will Create Change.
- The Role of Government
- Precision Agriculture
- Future Trends and Opportunities
- Integrated Pest Management
- New Market Entry
- Food Security
- Regulatory Challenges
- Partnerships and Collaborations
- Product Registration
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There are several organisations, both in Brazil and worldwide, who maintain a great interest in this conference. These are the stakeholders, and they represent the key organisations in Brazilian agriculture, all along the value chain.